But what is Higher Education? It is more than just finding out how to obtain a Ph.D. or writing one's thesis. It is about examining communities, looking at education in different cultures, and finding out how we use education differently across the world.
Palgrave Macmillan is celebrating and recognizing those that are bringing knowledge about why Higher Education is so important in the 21st century. We're delighted to have a number of our authors write original material for this recognition of Higher Education. We hope to give you an inside look from these acclaimed scholars themselves about why they research and are passionate about Higher Education.
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Palgrave Macmillan Authors - The Importance of Higher Education in Their Own Voices
A selection of our esteemed Palgrave Macmillan authors have graciously submitted orignal content for this celebration of Higher Education. Please enjoy the following articles below.
Palgrave Macmillan Journals - Higher Education Policy
The quarterly journal of the International Association of Universities (IAU), Higher Education Policy is an international peer-reviewed journal, indexed in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)®, for advancing scholarly understanding of the policy process (development, implementation, impact and responses) applied to higher education. It does so through the publication of original analyses: theoretical, empirical or practice-based. Member organisations of the IAU receive a free subscription the journal.
We are pleased to share some highlights from the journal which examine policies and trends impacting the future of Higher Education:
Organizational Studies in Higher Education: A Reflection on Historical Themes and Prospective Trends
Tatiana Fumasoli and Bjørn Stensaker
In the Shadow of Celebrity? World-Class University Policies and Public Value in Higher Education
Leon Cremonini, Don F Westerheijden, Paul Benneworth and Hugh Dauncey
Graduate Employability: A Review of Conceptual and Empirical Themes
You can read additional article samples HERE. To explore the journal further - ask your librarian to request a free trial for your institution.