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  • Restructuring of Australian higher education : information technology in geography teaching and learning
  • Australia ; Education ; Higher education ; Information ; School system ; Teaching of geography ; Technology
  • Australie ; Education ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement supérieur ; Information ; Internet ; Système scolaire ; Technologie
  • Australian higher education has experienced substantial change since the early 1980s, with a transition to mass higher education. Evolving conceptions of learning pose new challenges for educators. The explosive emergence of the World Wide Web
  • Preservice geography education
  • Education system ; Educational programme ; Higher education ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Thoughts and recommendations in improving coordination of geographers and schools of education in universities in which many students get their academic degrees in order to teach. - (DWG)
  • Geography in high school in China
  • China ; Educational programme ; Higher education ; School curriculum ; Teaching of geography
  • Brief discussion of the aims of geographic education in China's secondary schools as well as problems. China lacks qualified geography teachers. - (DWG)
  • Cuban geography in higher education: survival in the special period
  • Cuba ; Higher education ; Research programme ; Teaching of geography
  • Economy ; Education ; Education system ; Germany ; Higher education ; Planning ; Regional disparities ; Society
  • Allemagne ; Disparités régionales ; Economie ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Planification ; Société ; Système éducatif
  • of regionality (as in the case of the specialised higher education colleges) is particularly significant. - (L'A.).
  • Territorial educational planning process must take account of the interdependences of the education system with the economic and social order. This demand should be observed primarily at those educational establishments where the principle
  • Overall economic indices. Higher education and doctorates conferred
  • Données 1939-1988 ; Données 1985-1988 ; Economie ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Indicateur économique ; Yougoslavie
  • The role of geography in higher education and research
  • Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Géographie ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Recherche ; Royaume-Uni
  • The regional technical colleges and the changing geography of higher education in the Republic of Ireland
  • Disparités régionales ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Enseignement technique ; Etudiant ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Irlande ; Statut social ; Université
  • The regional development and present structure of higher education in Finland in (Mélanges en l'honneur d'Ilmari Hustich).
  • Accès à l'éducation ; Disparités régionales ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Finlande ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Université
  • Globalising higher education and cities in Asia and the Pacific
  • Australia ; Education ; Globalization ; Higher education ; Ho Chi Minh City ; Hong Kong ; Malaysia ; Melbourne ; Migration ; Mobility ; New Zealand ; North Island ; Racism ; Seoul ; Social integration ; South Korea ; Students ; Taipei ; Taiwan
  • Australie ; Bandar Sunway ; Corée du Sud ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Etudiants ; Hong Kong ; Hô Chí Minh-Ville ; Intégration sociale ; Malaisie ; Melbourne ; Migration ; Mobilité ; Mondialisation ; North Island ; Nouvelle-Zélande
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à la mondialisation de l'enseignement supérieur et des villes en Asie et das le Pacifique, on trouvera les articles suivants : 1-Globalising higher education and cities in Asia and the Pacific ; 2-Opportunities
  • and tensions in the process of educational globalisation: The case of Hong Kong ;3-Cities and the lives of university academics ; 4-The university's place in Asian cities ; 5-Assessing participation in cross-border higher education in cities: Foreign education
  • of migration, racism and violence among Indian students in Melbourne ; 9- Social networks, cultural capital and attachment to the host city: Comparing overseas Chinese students and foreign students in Taipei ;10- Globalising higher education in and through
  • urban spaces: Higher education projects, international student mobilities and trans-local connections in Seoul.
  • provision in Ho Chi Minh City ;6-Making space for an international branch campus: Monash University Malaysia ; 7-‘Educity imaginaries’? Escaping mobile policy imaginaries to reimagine educational futures in Auckland ; 8-Victims or profiteers? Issues
  • Analyse de l'Education de l'Environnement à l'Université
  • Ecology ; Education ; Environment ; Higher education ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Professional training ; Spain ; Specialization ; Teaching
  • Ecologie ; Education ; Enseignement ; Enseignement supérieur ; Environnement ; Espagne ; Formation professionnelle ; Interdisciplinarité ; Spécialisation
  • Physical and human integration : an educational perspective from British higher education
  • Efficiency and perceived quality of the nation's top 25 national universities and national liberal arts colleges: an application of data envelopment analysis to higher education
  • Calcul économique ; Education ; Efficacité économique ; Etats-Unis ; Etudiants ; Indicateur ; Productivité ; Satisfaction ; Université
  • Economic cost ; Economic efficiency ; Education ; Indicator ; Productivity ; Satisfaction ; Students ; United States ; University
  • The results indicate how DEA may be used to measure relative efficiency of these higher education U.S. institutions from commonly available performance indicators.
  • Migration, benefit spillovers and state support of higher education
  • Allocation ; Decision ; Economic cost ; Education ; Finance ; Higher education ; Migration ; Public expenditure ; State control ; Students ; United States
  • Allocation ; Calcul économique ; Décision ; Dépenses publiques ; Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Etats-Unis ; Etudiants ; Finance ; Migration ; Rôle de l'Etat
  • Fixed-term and temporary: teaching fellows, tactics, and the negotiation of contingent labour in the UK higher education system
  • Education ; Education system ; Employment ; Higher education ; Manpower ; Teacher ; United Kingdom
  • Assistant de recherche ; Education ; Emploi ; Emploi universitaire ; Enseignant ; Enseignement supérieur ; Environnement de travail ; Main-d'oeuvre ; Royaume-Uni ; Système éducatif
  • This paper autobiographically considers the role of teaching-only staff as a contingent labour force in the contemporary higher education system in the UK. It considers the ways in which fellows, through tactics of place-making, presence
  • The geodemographics of educational progression and their implications for widening participation in higher education
  • Education ; Educational level ; Flow ; Higher education ; Neighbourhood ; Participation ; Socio-economic system ; Students ; United Kingdom
  • Education ; Enseignement supérieur ; Etudiants ; Flux ; Niveau d'instruction ; Participation ; Quartier ; Royaume-Uni ; Structure socio-économique
  • Local politics and the demand for public education
  • Collectivité locale ; Demande ; Dépenses publiques ; Education ; Etats-Unis ; Finance ; Inégalité des revenus ; Modèle ; Politique locale ; Secteur public ; Virginia
  • Demand ; Education ; Finance ; Local government ; Local policy ; Model ; Public expenditure ; Public sector ; United States of America ; Virginia ; Wage inequality
  • a demand for local public goods model, it is found that the interest-group pressures dominated by the primary beneficiaries increase educational spending while higher income and a larger percentage of African-Americans in the population reduce educational
  • The paper uses a political fragmentation index to calculate how political power affects educational spending in Virginia. The methodology allows the comparison of the distribution of political power and considers political fragmentation. Using
  • Adaptation ; Higher education ; Pedagogy ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Addresses obstacles to maintaining a high-quality educational experience at a university level when large lecture classes make students anonymous ; suggestions for what can be done about it. - (DWG)
  • Geography in Alaska: holding the standards high
  • Alaska ; Educational programme ; School curriculum ; Teaching of geography
  • Discussion of an extensive public consensus process organized by the state of Alaska Department of Education to generate learning standards for geography in Alaskan schools. - (DWG)
  • Microcomputers in geography in higher education