Edited by Ellen Hazelkorn, Hamish Coates and Alexander C. McCormick
Chapter 2: Lessons learned from two decades of Quality in Higher Education
Quality in Higher Education was established in the early years of the quality revolution and has published 529 articles in the 21 annual volumes up to and including 2015. The journal was entitled Quality in Higher Education to enable a focus on all aspects of higher education quality rather than just quality assurance. The articles have ranged from conceptual and pragmatic enquiries into the nature of quality in higher education through explorations of quality assurance systems to the impact they have on student learning. This chapter explores what has been learned from these three million words.
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