Toolkit for Key Employability Indicators for National Qualification Agencies
This toolkit demonstrates the utilisation of Key Employability Indicators (KEIs) through which Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) as well as National Quality Assurance Agencies (NQAAs) will be able to monitor employability as a quality concept in higher education.
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Perris, Kirk; Mohee, Romeela (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2020)This innovative tool has been designed to support individuals and institutions in the development of blended learning courses. It covers eight categories and supporting quality elements that can be used to benchmark the ...
Mohee, Romeela; Perris, Kirk (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2021-01)This guide and tool has been designed to support higher education institutions to review, or audit, their readiness to offer blended learning courses. Users of the guide and tool will benchmark their institution’s status ...
Open and Distance Learning Quality Assurance in Commonwealth Universities: A Report and Recommendations for QA and Accreditation Agencies and Higher Education Institutions Latchem, Colin (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-02)The issue of quality in open and distance learning (ODL) remains a major concern. Inadequate quality assurance (QA) measures, policies and systems render the credibility of ODL provision questionable. The Commonwealth of ...
Kanwar, Asha; Umar, Abdurrahman; Balasubramanian, K (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-10-29)Transcript and presentation slides of a Public Lecture at the University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education, (HKU SPACE), 29 October 2014. Presented by Professor Asha Kanwar and co-written with ...
Okafor, Theresa; Mohee, Romeela (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2019-09)Several reasons account for the need to reconceptualise employability in higher institutions . The first is the crunch of unemployment which intersects with and could be partly responsible for the diminutive ...