Changing higher education for a changing world

"Changing Higher Education for a Changing World draws on the outcomes of the cutting-edge research programmes of the UK-based Centre for Global Higher Education, the world's largest social science research centre focused on higher education and its future. In countries with incomes at Euro...

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Bibliographic Details
Format: eBook
Published: London Bloomsbury Academic 2020, 2020
Series:Bloomsbury higher education research
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Collection: Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 7. Student loan debt: Longer term implications for graduates in the United States and England, Claire Callender, KC Deane, Ariane de Gayardon and Stephen L. DesJardins
  • 8. Widening participation in the UK: The possibilities and the limits, Vikki Boliver, Stephen Gorard and Nadia Siddiqu Part III: Teaching and Learning
  • 9. Teaching excellence: Principles for developing effective system-wide approaches, Paul Ashwin
  • 10. Assessment for social justice: Achievement, uncertainty and recognition, Jan McArthur
  • 11. MOOCs and professional development: The global potential of online collaboration, Diana Laurillard and Eileen Kennedy Part IV: Graduates and Work
  • 12. Graduate employment and under-employment: Trends and prospects in high participation systems of higher education, Francis Green and Golo Henseke Part V: Institutions and Markets
  • 13. Commodifying higher education: The proliferation of devices for making markets, Janja Komeljenovic
  • Preface
  • Figures and Tables
  • Introduction
  • 1. Higher education in fast moving times: Larger, steeper, more global and more contested, Simon Marginson, Claire Callender and William Locke
  • 2. Visions of higher education futures: The shape of things to come? William Locke
  • Part I: Global Factors in Higher Education
  • 3. The world research system: Expansion, diversification, network and hierarchy, Simon Marginson
  • 4. International students in UK: Global mobility versus national migration politics, Simon Marginson
  • 5. Feeling the Brexit shock: European connectedness and the existential crisis in UK higher education, Simon Marginson, Vassiliki Papatsiba, Xin Xu Part II: Financing and Widening Participation
  • 6. Global higher education financing: The income contingent loans revolution, Bruce Chapman, Lorraine Dearden and Dung Doan
  • 14. The new private sector in England: Can subsidised colleges break into the mainstream? Stephen A. Hunt and Vikki Boliver Part VI: Public and Social Benefit
  • 15. Undergraduate education in South Africa: To what extent does it support personal and public good? Paul Ashwin and Jennifer M. Case
  • 16. Higher education in China: Rethinking it as a common good, Lin Tian and Nian C. Liu
  • 17. Public and common goods: Key concepts in mapping the contributions of higher education, Simon Marginson