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The Evolution of PhD Education in Spain: A Chronological Review of Supra-national and National Actions

HETL Note:  In this academic article, author Dr. Rocío Aliaga-Isla discusses how doctoral education in Spain has changed over the past, especially since Spain's inclusion into the European Union. The author conducted an extensive review of Spain's PhD education policies over the years and frames her analysis through the lens of institutiona...

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Using Self-Managed Work Teams to Combat Social Loafing and Increase Faculty Engagement in Assurance of Learning Processes

HETL Note: In this academic article, authors Drs. André L. Honorée, Tará Burnthorne Lopez, and Harold E. Davis, discuss the how universities and colleges can increase quality assurance of learning processes and how to increase engage of faculty in this effort, which is especially important for accreditation purposes. More specifically, the ...

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Restructuring Colleges in Higher Education around Learning

HETL Note: In this academic article, authors Drs. Bruce K. Blaylock, Tal Zarankin, and Dale A. Henderson, discuss the limitations and challenges of the traditional structure of higher education - they call this model of higher education the factory model. The authors propose a new structure for higher education institutions that center on lea...

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Get With the Ad Program: Website Content Analysis

HETL Note: In this academic article, authors Drs. Erin Schauster, Joonghwa Lee, Patrick Ferrucci, Seoyeon Kim, and Kim Sheehan, present a study (using content analysis as a research strategy) of 143 undergraduate advertising program websites from a cross-section of public and private American universities and colleges. The study sugges...

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