Internal Audit in Higher Education

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Alison Holmes, Sally Brown
Psychology Press, 2000 - Education - 213 pages
This volume describes a range of experiences of internal audit in higher education institutions from the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Germany. It presents approaches to best practice designed to enable readers to assess and develop their own audit procedures.
 

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Contents

International dimensions
5
towards quality higher
21
Subject review and the enhancement of quality
39
Is it worth the effort?
57
Introducing internal audit at Oxford Brookes University
77
Stories auditors tell
93
Programme review for accountability purposes
107
Internal audit in New Zealand
131
Evaluation at a German university of applied sciences the
143
Peer approaches to audit
157
Audit your own teaching
163
Using subject audit towards enhancement of teaching and
183
The formative use of internal quality audit at Staffordshire
191
Future directions in academic quality audit
201
Index
211
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