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Introducing E-learning to a TraditionalUniversity: A Case-Study
Donatella Gubiani, Irina Elena Cristea, Tanja Urbančič, 2020, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: E-learning, Higher education, Moodle platform, Academic challenges
Published in RUNG: 27.06.2019; Views: 3401; Downloads: 0
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Invitation of Vice-Rector for Education : "Excellent study and research conditions, individual approach, great employment prospects"
2016, other monographs and other completed works

Keywords: study, research, employment prospects, university, higher education, quality assurance
Published in RUNG: 05.02.2018; Views: 3479; Downloads: 0
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Programme of Activity of the University of Nova Gorica: Development Plan for the Period 2010–2025
2009, treatise, preliminary study, study

Keywords: strategic plan, higher education, plan of development, quality assurance
Published in RUNG: 05.02.2018; Views: 3660; Downloads: 0
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Presentation of University of Nova Gorica, Career centre and School of Arts
Veronika Piccinini, other performed works

Keywords: adult education, teaching practices, higher education, Slovene education system, quality assurance
Published in RUNG: 18.01.2018; Views: 4023; Downloads: 0
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Under All the Hats of Quality —- from a round table discussion among teachers, students, quality experts, policy makers…
Peter Purg, Potokar Urša B., 2016, scientific film, scientific sound or video publication

Abstract: This 54-minute full feature documentary and research film features, in a unique intermedia manner, the findings of a round table, conceived and moderated by dr. pETER Purg; at the "Quality of University Teaching and Learning" international conference, Brdo pri Kranju in April 6, 2016. This video (directed and shot by P. Purg, and edited by Urša .B. Potokar) presents the issues emerging from a round table discussion among teachers, students, quality experts and policy makers from different disciplines and countries. As a "mixed media publication", It links in with an academic article (to be) published after the conference by P. Purg, discussing the selected utterances as evidence of emerging topics in academic quality, set against a broader theoretical and policy-related argumentation. Such a mixed-media multi-layered interplay of theory and practice, between text and video, may prove that an open discussion, paired with (audio-visual) self-reflection can both articulate and confirm some crucial commitments for increasing the quality of teaching and learning. The round-table participants mostly agreed academic quality is dependent on teaching and learning quality, while academic practice is moving towards student autonomy and agency. For that both the national and the institutional legislative framework should provide a suitable scaffolding, facilitating better progression through education stages and sustainable student-to-teacher ratios. Good contact with the employment sector remains a key challenge that affects education quality, confirming the need for a wider participation of all higher education stakeholders.
Keywords: quality, documentary, research, qualitative, higher education teaching
Published in RUNG: 07.07.2016; Views: 4501; Downloads: 0

Under All the Hats of Quality : Balancing roles and responsibilities in academic quality assurance - as (high) quality teacher, scientist/artist, institutional coordinator, curriculum creator, peer evaluator ...
Peter Purg, 2016, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The round table highlighted specific individual views on current trends and standards of academic quality in terms of (at least) three key roles in the study process: the coordinator, author / performer, peer evaluator... Participants confronted (often incompatible) views on these roles in terms of the quality of everyday academic practice, which on the one hand, introduces increasingly stringent and detailed standards and criteria - yet on the other rarely motivates academic staff to (consciously) achievement or development them! The round table attempted to find and compare the best practices of the criteria of transferring quality criteria into everyday practice of teaching, research and development -- thereby to identify the key points in common best practices for strategic planning of the quality system design at the level of school, programme, course, and last but not least the individual academic career.
Keywords: quality, higher education, roles, career, academic --
Published in RUNG: 08.04.2016; Views: 4443; Downloads: 166
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