Individuals in Action: Bringing about Innovation in Higher Education by Sandra Hasanefendic, Julie M. Birkholz, Hugo Horta and Peter van der Sijde

Human capital as driver of innovation has long been recognized, and more than ever before, whom you have in your organization matters. Having the right people in higher education is perhaps even more important because universities are struggling to cope with massive changes in global, regional and national socioeconomic landscapes. They need to keep up…

What university students think about assessment – reflections from Italy by Serafina Pastore

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Over time, the higher education systems have been exposed to deep and radical transformations. Different processes such as, standardization, diversification, privatization, and internationalization have brought deep institutional changes. Many are the problems that higher education systems have had to deal with: first of all the pervasive attention on teaching-learning quality considered both at institutional and…