Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Barbara E. Bender, John H. Schuh, editors.|
|Series||Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series, New directions for higher education -- no. 118, Summer 2002, New directions for higher education -- no. 118.|
|Contributions||Bender, Barbara E., Schuh, John H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||130|
Using Benchmarking to Inform Practice in Higher Education New Directions for Higher Education (no. , pp. 65–78) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Benchmarking in Higher Education Benchmarking in. Examples of Benchmarking Reports in Higher Education The Pennsylvania State University – Benchmarking Procurement Practices in Higher Education The current economic recession has affected all levels of industry, including higher education. In addition to a weakening financial situation, American institutions ofFile Size: KB. As a facilitator of process change, efficiency gains, and enriched learning, information technology clearly adds value to the higher education institution. Using metrics to benchmark higher education IT financials, staffing, and services can add further value by informing and reinforcing the decision-making process throughout this journey. culture, benchmarking provides a formal and objective structure for this exchange. Due to its reliance on hard data and research methodology, benchmarhing is especially suited for institutions of higher education in which these types of studies are very familiar to .
CHAPTER 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO BENCHMARKING IN HIGHER EDUCATION Allan Schofield For most institutions of higher education the desire to learn from each other and to share aspects of good practice is almost as old as the university itself. With the emphasis on collegiality and the recognition of the international role of the university such desires. The outstanding researcher of benchmarking in higher education N. Jackson (Jackson ) notes, that first benchmarking initiatives were conducted in the early 90s in USA (Alstete ;Farquhar ). Adult student enrollment in higher education is approaching 50%, yet most college and university practices have been designed for younger, traditional age students. This study used an innovative benchmarking research methodology, including surveys and site visits, to identify best practices at selected adult-centered institutions. The findings were distilled into Cited by: Use of Standards and Benchmarks in Education at a Glance (OECD, b) Use of Standards and Benchmarks in Key Data on Education in Europe (EU, ) Use of Standards, Benchmarks and Targets in the UK Examples of standards Examples of benchmarking (England, Scotland, Wales, NI) Examples of targets Conclusions.
Shafer, B.S., & Coate, L.E. (). Benchmarking in Higher Education: A Tool for Improving Quality and Reducing Cost. Business Officer, 26(5), This ERIC digest is based on a full-length report in the ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report series , Benchmarking in Higher Education: Adapting Best Practices to Improve Quality by Jeffrey W. New Directions for Higher Education, n p Sum Identifies and discusses the myriad perspectives on measures of quality and benchmarking in distance education. Reviews the standards or benchmarks of quality that have been promulgated by various stakeholder by: The Higher Education Academy commissioned this guide to support the higher education sector to think creatively about inclusive curriculum design from a generic as well as subject or disciplinary perspective. The guide is divided into four sections as below. CHEITA created the Benchmarking Working Group to explore the viability of benchmarking IT in higher education on a global scale with the goal of identifying a single model that would enable the international higher education IT community to use consistent and relevant information for institutional decision making.