New directions in professional higher education
Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, Jul 1, 2000 - Education - 256 pages
This book exemplifies the growing involvement in universities in professional education at its highest level. It also demonstrates the increasing importance of education for the professions in the work of universities.
It contains a wealth of practical examples and ideas about how universities can respond to the changing needs of students' initial professional training, continuing professional development and lifelong learning.
At the heart of the book is a series of analytical case studies developing practices that respond to the challenges to higher education at the start of the new millenium. These chapters address important themes in developing professional HE. partnership, independent learning, reflective practices, new technologies, intranets, world wide web, distance learning, the international dimension, work readiness, assessment and standards. Many of the case studies test out ideas in action.
The result is a valuable handbook for practitioners of professional education in HE and an important resource for staff and educational developers and higher education managers.
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