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Rao, N. J. – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Things we can do because of learning are called outcomes of learning. Outcome based education (OBE) was propounded by William Spady in the 90s to bring the focus of formal education to what the students learn rather than what they were taught. OBE is a system of education giving priority to ends, purpose, accomplishments, and results. All…
Descriptors: Outcome Based Education, Higher Education, Course Objectives, General Education
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Prabakaran, Madhu – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
The historical appropriation of epistemological values is the theme of the article. Bachelard, one of the pioneering thinkers on epistemological evolution, presupposed that historical epistemology will culminate in the end of its history. Scientific imagination should be decluttered from human sentimentalities, Bachelard observed. For that, it is…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Values, Evolution, Higher Education
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Tilak, Jandhyala B. G. – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Higher education system in India facing daunting challenges from within--forces from within the institutions, and from outside within the country, and from global forces. The system needs major and somewhat pressing, if not emergency reforms. At the same time, we are confronted with a variety of dilemmas in reforming higher education. It is argued…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Higher Education, Institutional Autonomy
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Ram, Manulal P.; Ajay, K. K.; Nair A., Gopinathan – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Learning outcomes are inevitably to be declared by any university and educational institution at every level of their programmes. It should have a general scheme for all programmes regardless of the discipline specificities, individual courses or even independent instructional units. Such outcomes are stated at different levels based on the…
Descriptors: Earth Science, Science Curriculum, Taxonomy, Outcome Based Education
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V., Shefeeque – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
This article is a discipline-based exploration of the possibilities and prospects of outcome-based education (OBE) in the teaching-learning process of political science at the under graduate level. Developing knowledge-empowered citizenry with critical political consciousness that enables it public policy debates is the key purposes of teaching…
Descriptors: Outcome Based Education, Political Science, Undergraduate Students, Curriculum Implementation
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Navani, Manasi Thapliyal – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Indian higher education (HE) system has undergone rapid expansion over the last two decades, emerging as one of the largest HE systems in the world. Expansion is accompanied by the challenge of ensuring comparable quality education across a diverse institutional spectrum. Simultaneously, academic reforms in the sphere of general HE have been…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Outcomes of Education, Educational Quality, Educational Change
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Taskoh, Ali Khorsandi – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Education is a tool for collaboration among nations. The emergence of concepts as internationalization of educational policies, students-staff exchange programs, internationalization of curriculum, internationalization at home (IAH) or even the emergence of multinational agencies to expedite global exchanges in the realm of Higher Education lead…
Descriptors: International Education, International Cooperation, Educational Policy, Foreign Policy
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Corso, Ron – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Institutions of higher education in the twenty-first century are undergoing a transformation locally and globally from traditional pillars of learning to being more entrepreneurial in their core business. There is increasing pressure on universities to becoming more flexible and adaptable as organizations and in the graduate attributes, they imbed…
Descriptors: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Higher Education, School Business Relationship
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Sinha, Chetan – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
The current socio-political situation in India has gradually shifted the meaning of leader, power and identity in the Indian higher education system. Normalizing the diverse voices, oppression, concretizing the social categories and policing of education created a crisis of ethics. The majoritarian and populist leadership took the shape of an…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Power Structure, Ethics, Political Attitudes
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Heringer, Rebeca – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
Although not a new phenomenon, the evolvement, range and characteristics of the modern process of internationalization are worthy of attention. Despite many potential benefits of having a multicultural campus, internationalizing higher education requires more than the physical presence of international students. As stated on the literature, this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Higher Education, Foreign Students
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Ramalho, Ana; Silva, Marta Santos – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
In the academic context, plagiarism is usually seen as an ethical offence, the boundaries and definition of which are often unclear. However, in some countries, plagiarism is also a legal wrong, amounting to copyright infringement. This article proposes a test for assessing plagiarism of academic works. The test is based on the law and…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Evaluation Methods, Copyrights, Compliance (Legal)
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Khan, Tanveer Ahmad; Hamid, Wasia; Jahangir, Mohmad Saleem; Maqbool, Tabbasum – Higher Education for the Future, 2020
The present study aimed to understand the experiences of disabled students while gaining higher education in Kashmir. According to the conference on the 'Rights of Persons with Disability', Article 24, 2(a), disabled persons should not be barred from broader education organizations due to their disability. Besides, the 'Millennium Development…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Students with Disabilities, Student Experience, College Students
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Pillai, K. R.; Upadhyaya, Pallavi; Balachandran, Asha; Nidadavolu, Janaki – Higher Education for the Future, 2019
This article intends to propose an integrative framework to make learning versatile, comprehensive and more effective, giving due cognizance to the fact that students of the future may require more knowledge and skill sets to thrive in the evolving digital era. The study followed an interpretivist philosophy to accomplish its goal. As a conceptual…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Guidelines, Higher Education, Information Technology
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McCrohon, Mark; Tran, Ly Thi – Higher Education for the Future, 2019
This article discussed the development of a framework that visualizes the ontological reality of educational research participants that is incumbent on existing grounded and positioning theories. The proposed framework constructs the ontological reality of participants from qualitative data collected in semi-structured interviews. This framework…
Descriptors: Visualization, Educational Research, Participation, Grounded Theory
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Higher Education for the Future, 2019
In this position article, we tackle fungibility, precariousness and separateness in the academia. Speaking as young humanities and social sciences scholar in North America, we argue that the current neoliberal conditions in higher education can be understood as alienation from work in the Marxian sense. Hence, the kind of intervention that…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Neoliberalism, Educational Change, Resistance to Change
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