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Denise Jackson – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Work-integrated learning (WIL) can significantly benefit student employability, institutional graduate outcomes, and quality talent pipelines. However, there are many caveats to this, such as course-wide flexible and scaffolded design, sustained external partner engagement, adequate resourcing, and ongoing evaluation that informs quality,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Education Work Relationship, Barriers, Learning Strategies
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L. McKendrick-Calder; J. Choate – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Globally, there is an increasing prevalence of higher education students with mental health issues. Educators are guaranteed contact points, and students often seek their support to manage their mental wellness. However, there is limited research describing educators' experiences of these interactions. This interpretive phenomenological study…
Descriptors: College Students, Mental Health, College Faculty, Student Needs
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Wendy Larcombe; Tracii Ryan; Chi Baik – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Because international students encounter unique stressors in addition to those experienced by all higher education students they are often assumed to be at heightened risk for experiencing mental health difficulties. However, empirical studies have consistently found that international students report comparable or lower rates of depression and…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, College Students, Control Groups, Resilience (Psychology)
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Mohammad Izzat Morshidi; Peter K. H. Chew; Lidia Suárez – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Excessive educational expectations are risk factors for poor mental health among students in higher education. However, the literature on educational expectations has largely focused on primary and secondary students with paucity among tertiary students. This study describes the development of a multidimensional scale measuring perceived…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Expectation, Mental Health, Measures (Individuals)
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Lucie M. Ramjan; Mei-Sheng Chao; Paul J. Glew; Bronwyn Everett; Hsin-Tzu Chen; Yi-Chen Lan; Shi J. Lin; Yenna Salamonson – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Students from Asian countries form the largest group of mobile international students in Western anglophone countries. Despite research on the mobility experiences of international students to anglophone and non-anglophone countries, there are limited cross-comparative, mixed-method studies exploring the experiences of host language acquisition…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language Usage, Language of Instruction, College Students
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Kelli Nicola-Richmond; Phillip Dawson; Helen Partridge – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Remote proctoring of exams is one of the most divisive issues in higher education. Critiques of remote proctoring abound, and there are a variety of perspectives particularly in relation to the advantages and disadvantages of this type of assessment, and opportunities for cheating. However, these perspectives are largely based on rhetoric with…
Descriptors: Supervision, Student Evaluation, Computer Assisted Testing, Distance Education
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Nuraan Davids; Yusef Waghid – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Students, through teaching and learning, must reflect on what they do not know. It is only when they recognise what they know, and what they do not, that they will awaken to their own curiosity. The more they can open themselves to others and their epistemologies, the deeper their own self-reflection in relation to others. In this way, engendering…
Descriptors: African Culture, Higher Education, Transformative Learning, Decolonization
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Sam Elkington; Lydia Arnold; Edd Pitt; Carmen Tomas – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
The global pandemic prompted universities to rethink how assessment might be reconfigured to better support student learning across different modes of delivery resulting in unprecedented, large-scale, and rapid institutional change. Significantly, there has been a dearth of empirical studies examining the nuances of staff experiences of how they…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Development, Universities
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Jasper Roe; Mike Perkins; Gi Kunchana Chonu; Abhishek Bhati – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
In this article we report on a study of higher education students' (N = 256) perceptions on the willingness, pressure, and frequency of their peers to cheat in online assessments at an Australian university in Singapore during the COVID-19 induced Online Teaching and Assessment period (COTA). MANOVA was used to identify the differences in…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Cheating, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Jihyun Lee; Rachel Brooks; Jessie Abrahams – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Despite existing empirical work that explores the multiple ways in which students develop a sense of belonging in higher education, there is a dearth of comparative research about the extent to which the concepts of community and belonging are central to what it means to be a student and how students in different national contexts (beyond…
Descriptors: Sense of Community, Student Experience, Foreign Countries, College Students
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Mark Brosnan; Dawn Bennett; Kim Kercher; Tyler Wilson; Justin W.L. Keogh – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
A growing number of university students balance concurrent study and work. Previous studies highlight potential benefits including heightened career awareness alongside risks including decreased study time. This study asked to what extent paid work affects university students' self-assessment of perceived employability. The study employed an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Employment, Part Time Employment
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Mervi Kaukko; Luke Macaulay; Kristin Reimer; Karen Dunwoodie; Sue Webb; Jane Wilkinson – Higher Education Research and Development, 2024
Current social and political arrangements of higher education are inequitable for students from asylum-seeking backgrounds. In many countries, their access to university is limited and if they are accepted, their status as forced migrants puts them at multiple disadvantages. This inequity is in contrast with the universal aim of higher education…
Descriptors: Poetry, Creative Writing, Refugees, Sense of Community
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McCulloch, Sharon; Indrarathne, Bimali – Higher Education Research and Development, 2023
This study investigates staff and students' conceptual understanding of plagiarism in higher education in four South Asian countries in which English is the primary medium of instruction in many disciplines: Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The study aimed to establish the extent to which avoidance of plagiarism was perceived as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Plagiarism, College Students, College Faculty
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Breaden, Jeremy; Do, Thu; Moreira dos Anjos-Santos, Lucas; Normand-Marconnet, Nadine – Higher Education Research and Development, 2023
The popularisation of virtual mobility offers opportunities to reconsider power imbalances among different actors in higher education and to affirm the centrality of student agency and diversity. This article explores possibilities for applying the Students as Partners (SaP) approach to virtual mobility in order to empower students and foster…
Descriptors: Student Empowerment, Global Approach, Distance Education, Student Mobility
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Marangell, Samantha; D'Orazzi, Giuseppe – Higher Education Research and Development, 2023
Interrupted international mobility since 2020 emphasized the limited nature of focusing higher education internationalization on the recruitment of international students. Likewise, the term 'internationalization' has lost appeal as it connotes for some the imposing of Western approaches and colonialist assumptions about best practices. To assist…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Universities, Global Approach
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