Rethinking curriculum design and structure and process of delivery, are among suggested responses to curb or stop contract cheating. Changing assessment methods in the ways suggested in this report is also likely to have the benefit of improving assessment generally by focusing on what students can do, rather than what they write about.
INDUSTRY INSIGHT Akari: Partnership and Curriculum Management for Transnational Education Partnership and Curriculum Management for Transnational Education The evolution of TNE is inevitable, and is forecasted to look very different by 2030. The new phase of TNE post-pandemic requires home and host institution transformations. The new TNE approach subtly eliminates the concept of exporting knowledge from the […]
INDUSTRY INSIGHT Akari: SDGs Integration Into Curriculum Design and Research Multiple Case Studies of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) integration into Curriculum Design and Research at Higher Education – A Preliminary Study A 3-Step Approach To Integrate SDGs into Curriculum Design and Research Since 2015, the United Nations sets out an inclusive plan for achieving a […]
INDUSTRY INSIGHT HolonIQ: Global Education Market Briefing Global Education Market Briefing Over a fast-paced and data-packed 45 minutes, Co-CEO’s Maria Spies and Patrick Brothers and Vice-President Client Experience, Bethany Hogan delivered the global executive briefing shared with cabinets, councils, boards and investment committees around the world. The executive briefing covered the following areas: HolonIQ’s post-COVID […]
INDUSTRY INSIGHT Times Higher Education & Blackboard: Digitising the management of university curricula Degree and assessment overviews enable faculty to improve their academic offering Universities need to prepare their students for the 21st century and make their assessments relevant to the jobs market, Jenny Poskitt, director of college projects at Massey University* in New Zealand, […]
INDUSTRY INSIGHT HolonIQ: Higher Education Digital Capability Framework Higher Education Digital Capability Framework The HEDC Framework is a learner-focused, practical and flexible approach to mapping and measuring digital capability in higher education institutions. The framework acknowledges educational literature on digital capability and grounds these in current practice using ongoing consultation, research and analysis with higher […]