|Title||What kind of university? : international perspectives on knowledge, participation and governance|
|Author||edited by John Brennan ... [et al.]|
|Imprint||Buckingham : SRHE : Open University Press, c1999|
|Descript||xi, 258 p. ; 24 cm|
Introductions: What kind of University ; Reflections of a scholar-gypsy -- Part 1: Knowledge and curricula: Changing research practices ; The link between knowledge and learning ; Student learning and academic choice: The rules of coherence ; PhD or professional doctorate-Is there a choice? -- Part 2: Access and participation: Making the educational system more equal ; The urban/metropolitan university: Land-grant university of the twenty-first century -- Part 3: Governance: Why universities need leaders: The importance of departmental leadership ; Changes in institutional governance structures: The Dutch case ; Changing the rules of the game: The transformation of decision-making patterns in Swiss universities since the early 1990s ; Higher education development in transitional societies ; Information technology and changing roles in the academy ; Autonomy, governance and accountablity -- Part 4: Which futures?: Restructuring the university for technological change ; The university of the future-Place, process or paradigm?
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