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2005-2010: Five years of student participation in quality assurance in SpainFrancesc Esteve Mon, Fernando Miguel Galan Palomares, Maria Cristina Pastor Valcarcel2010723
2009 Bologna Stocktaking findings on the Higher Education Quality AssuranceAndrejs Rauhvargers2009762
2012 Seminar QA: Report - Implementation of internal and external quality assuranceEURASHE20121429
Agreed European Standards and Guidelines for Quality AssuranceChristian Thune2005665
An audit model in Croatia - A study based on a pilot project of three HEIsVesna Dodiković-Jurković, Višnja Petrović2008376
An overview of the Bologna Process 2016Lea Meister2016207
Beyond Bologna, Salamanca and Prague: a Perspective on the College/Polytechnic SectorGuy Haug2001497
Beyond the Bologna Process: Creating and connecting national, regional and global higher education areasEURASHE, BUSINESSEUROPE, et al.2012521
Bologna and Quality Assurance -impact, interest and issues?Padraig Walsh2016176
Bologna and the Labour Market:The View (not only) of the EmployersHenning Dettleff2010372
Bologna at the Finish Line: An Account of Ten Years of European Higher Education ReformESU2010178
Bologna Ministerial Anniversary Conference - Input from EURASHEMarek Frankowicz2010428
Bologna process' goals and challenges from the point of view of Hungarian studentDániel Kővári2011514
Bologna.KG2 ProspectsCANQA2009521
Budapest-Vienna Declaration on the European Higher Education AreaEuropean Ministers in charge of Higher Education2010203
Building Skills for Knowledge Economy through Implementation of University Reforms: Select bibliographyBoštjan Šinkovec2011243
Building trust for sustainability: the academy vs. the stateMike Kuria2011230
CANQA: Central Asian Network on Quality Assurance and AccreditationNatalia Nikitenko2011657
Current practice in External QA reviewsStefan Delplace2009445
Developing a System of Quality Enhancement in a Post-Conflict University Environment – the Kosovo ExperienceLuan Ahma, Mimoza Ibrani2009440
Developing Institutional Language PolicyNemira Mačianskienė20111517
Development of non-university higher education in LithuaniaRomualdas Pusvaskis2005489
Different aspects of adult education within University Centre for Vocational Studies in Split highlighting part-time students training and tailor-made coursesMargita Malešević2006514
Diversity and culture as pull factors for successfully practiced quality standards in virtual higher, further education and scientific trainingsKathrin Wetzel, Marlen Arnold2014298
ECTS implementation: Guidelines, Problems and SolutionsSandra Kraze2011652
Education leadership at study programme level – what does it mean and is it well defined?Berit Kjeldstad2011272
Employability and Mobility of Bachelor Graduates in Europe: Key Results of the Bologna ProcessHarald Schomburg, Ulrich Teichler20111117
Employability in context of the Bologna ProcessGayane Harutyunyan2014914
Euro-Mediterranean perspectives on the complex shifts between external and internal QA of teaching and learning, at strategic and practical levels: Enhancing Quality Assurance Management (EQuAM) in Jordanian universitiesNick Harris, Nicolas Patrici, Abdullah Al-Zoubi, Mohammad Mismar, Bashar K. Hammad, Khaled M Gharaibeh, Rafael Llavori de Micheo2014241
European Standards and Guidelines for Quality AssuranceBryan Maguire2007502
Experiences of external reviewStefan Delplace2009392
External Quality Assurance in the EHEA: Quo Vadis? Reflections on functions, legitimacy and limitationsJon Haakstad2009404
From Quality Assurance to Knowledge ManagementBjørn Stensaker2010415
From teaching assessment to formative learning assessmentMarta Pile, Isabel Gonçalves, Sofia Sá, João Ribeiro2014449
From the Bologna Process to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)Stefan Delpalce2012459
From the Bologna Process to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)Stefan Delplace2012568
From the Bologna Process to the further development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)Stefan Delplace2012457
General overview of the trends and reforms on external quality assurance in the European UnionStefan Delplace2009576
GIQAC results in Central Asia: case of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and KazakhstanNatalia Nikitenko2013783
HESC in France and its integration in the Bologna Process - STS: Current situation and expectanciesSylvie Bonichon2006396
Higher education in Europe and the Bologna Process Key indicators on the social dimension and mobilityInna Steinbuka2009139
Higher Education Quality in Florence University: First Analysis of a Self-Assessment Model ImplementationMario Tucci, Luca Cellesi2006876
Higher Education Short CycleGerard Madill2006537
Implication of employers improves the attractiveness of the trainings and the career success of the studentsSandrine Javelaud2013814
In-company training & education provided by higher education institutions: Work Group DiscussionMichael Cholewa-Madsen2009415
Internationalization of Quality Assurance: a case of LithuaniaNora Skaburskienė2014524
Introduction to a practical manual for internal quality assurance based on European Standards and Guidelines (Examples from a Irish University College) - MessageSeamus Puirseil2008571
Introduction to a practical manual for internal quality assurance based on European Standards and Guidelines Irish Institutes of TechnologySeamus Puirseil2008609
Introduction to Lifelong Learning in an EU perspectiveStefan Delplace2010437
Involving Stakeholders in Higher Education Institutions: Quality of a processJohan Cloet20131110
La recherche dans la mission des institutions d’enseignement supérieur : le modèle européen - input FRStefan Delplace2012686
Learning Outcomes or Competences?Lucien Bollaert2008685
Les enjeux de la recherche dans l'enseignement supérieur européen - presentation FRStefan Delplace20121002
Lifelong Learning within the Bologna ProcessStefan Delplace20081484
London Communiqué: Towards the European Higher Education Area: responding to challenges in a globalised worldEuropean Ministers in charge of Higher Education2007589
Looking back – looking forward: Quality Assurance and the Bologna ProcessSybille Reichert2007531
Making the Most of Our Potential: Consolidating the European Higher Education Area: Bucharest CommuniquéEuropean Ministers in charge of Higher Education2012725
Models for External Quality Assurance from a European perspectiveAxel Aerden2009590
Overview of RPL’s Role and Position within the EHEARaul Ranne2012567
Paradigm Shifts in HE & QA - From Teaching to Learning in Relation to Mission & VisionLucien Bollaert2015892
PHExcel Mid-Term ReportPHExcel2014408
Processes and Outcomes of Study in EuropeUlrich Teichler2010326
QA & Accreditation newest trendsStefan Delplace2013662
QA: Less Quality Assurance, more Questioning Assurance! Pleading for complexity, ruptures, and even some joy.Bernhard Kernegger2012669
Qualifications and Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area – The Bologna ProcessBryan Maguire20111305
Qualifications at EQF level 5: Benefits for career and higher educationSlava Pevec Grm20141725
Qualifications Frameworks in the European Higher Education Area: how did we get there and why?Sjur Bergan2008459
Qualifications in a Quality Assurance Culture: Moving Bologna and Copenhagen towards a lifelong and Europewide response to employabilityDolores Cristina, Maurice Grech, Alfred Vella2008475
Quality - A Change Generator for Higher EducationGabriela M. Atanasiu2006777
Quality and Equality: core values for European Higher EducationDavid Crosier2004613
Quality Assurance (QA) in the European processesLucien Bollaert2005694
Quality Assurance (QA)in the European processesLucien Bollaert2006416
Quality Assurance Advances in Curriculum Developments: Standards and Procedures in Greek Higher Technological EducationIoannis Kazazis20041490
Quality Assurance and the Bologna and Lisbon ObjectivesEric Froment2006907
Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education AreaStefan Delplace2009727
Quality Assurance on the Road: Finland and Austria in ComparisonAndrea Bernhard2008845
Quality audits – fit for purpose? Student-centred learning, teaching and assessment and external reviews of higher education institutions’ internal quality managementDietlinde Kastelliz, Friederike Leetz2014254
Quality Hazards in the Learning Outcome ModelMartin G. Erikson, Malgorzata Erikson2016150
Quality management at Polish higher education institutions: new regulations and examples of good practiceMarek Frankowicz2012759
Quality of Mobility in Higher EducationMarek Frankowicz2011719
Quality of Mobility in Higher Education (2)Marek Frankowicz2012496
Quality Research at HEIsNicolae Dură2012630
Quality Research at Higher Education InstitutionsNicolae Dură2013558
Questions for follow-up on the institutional level for the implementation of the Bologna process in RussiaSjur Bergan2011598
Raziskava Delodajalci v bolonjskem procesu (2006 in 2011) SIPrimož Zupan2012635
Reaching parts that other instruments can't touch? Quality assurance and the depth of reform through the Bologna processDon F. Westerheijden, Johanna Witte2010678
Realising the European Higher Education Area: Communiqué of the Conference of Ministers responsible for Higher Education in Berlin on 19 September 2003European Ministers in charge of Higher Education2003269
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) in French Universities: Institutional MindshiftsStéphane Lauwick20121034
Recommendations for Higher Education Institutions for the management and enhancement of internal Quality AssuranceLucien Bollaert, Laura Collovati, Stefan Delplace, David Lal, Seamus Puirseil2008608
Short-Cycle Higher Education in RussiaVladimir Petrov2006647
Some Observations from the SeminarTerence Clifford-Amos2012554
Staff Mobility and the Bologna ProcessHanns Sylvester2015378
Stocktaking of the Bolognaprocess 1999-2010Andrejs Rauhvargers2010432
Strategic University Planning after 'Bologna'Jiří Nantl2010419
Students’ view on Quality Assurance seen in transnational perspectiveBartek Banaszak2007455
The Berlin Communiqué with regard to Quality Assurance (QA)Lucien Bollaert2004450
The Bologna Declaration of 19 June 1999: Joint declaration of the European Ministers of EducationEuropean Ministers in charge of Higher Education19996082
The Bologna Process 2020 - The European Higher Education Area in the new decade: Communiqué of the Conference of European Ministers Responsible for Higher Education, Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve, 28-29 April 2009European Ministers in charge of Higher Education20091061
The Bologna Process and its Implementation in Europe and non-EU Member StatesMarek Frankowicz20121304
The Bologna Process as a Model for Higher Education ReformSjur Bergan2007322
The Bologna Process in Higher Education in Europe Key indicators on the social dimension and mobilityeurostat335
The Bologna Process seen from the outsideStefan Delplace2008481
The EHEA in 2012: Bologna Process Implementation ReportAndrejs Rauhvargers1769
The European Higher Education Area - Achieving the Goals: Communiqué of the Conference of European Ministers Responsible for Higher Education, Bergen, 19-20 May 2005European Ministers in charge of Higher Education2005215
The European Strategy for Internationalisation of Higher EducationIva Voldánová2012778
The Final Stage of the Bologna Process & BeyondStefan Delplace2008828
The Future of Quality Assurance to and after YerevanLucien Bollaert2015249
The Future of the Bologna ProcessLesley Wilson2008412
The Position of the Colleges in the Higher Education Reform Programme in Hungary with special regard to the Bologna ProcessÁrpád Balogh, István Bilik, József Roóz2002639
The realization of Bologna Process in Russia: the appearance of independent quality assurance system.Yuri Rubin, Aleksey Belokopytov, Evgenia Gorlacheva2009476
The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process - PresentationMarlies Leegwater2011592
The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process - SpeechMarlies Leegwater2011592
Towards the European Higher Education Area: Communiqué of the meeting of European Ministers in charge of Higher Education in Prague on May 19th 2001European Ministers in charge of Higher Education2001487
TSC in Bologna process: Developments in SCHE in EuropeMagda Kirsch2010764
TSC in Bologna process: Developments in SCHE in Europe (2)Iva Voldánová2010840
Tutoring Support Office: Increasing Teacher – Student contact in Higher Education, Promoting a shift from Teaching to Learning?Isabel Gonçalves, Ana Lucas, Gonçalo Moura, Pedro Sereno2014309
Widening ParticipationRoger Ellul-Micallef2007447
Yerevan CommuniquéEuropean Ministers in charge of Higher Education2015226