2012 Seminar QA: Evaluation summaryEURASHE2012549
2012 Seminar QA: PortfolioEURASHE2012653
2012 Seminar QA: ProgrammeEURASHE2012366
2012 Seminar QA: RationaleEURASHE2012352
2012 Seminar QA: Report - Implementation of internal and external quality assuranceEURASHE20121307
2013 Seminar QA: ReportEURASHE2013587
A Nordic Perspective on European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance AgenciesSigne Ploug Hansen, Pal Bakken2006243
Agreed European Standards and Guidelines for Quality AssuranceChristian Thune2005600
Analysing Implementation of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance at Institutional Level: Outcomes of the IBAR projectDon F. Westerheijden, Jan Kohoutek2013179
Challenges and Barriers to Assessing and Recognising Excellence in (Professional) Higher EducationAlexandre Wipf, Carol Hall, Linda Messas, Lars Ebert, Regitze Kristensen2015187
Co-operation between industry and higher education – an engine for improved employability and competitiveness (2)Mislav Balković2013652
Collaboration between student QA pools– Embedding improvement and enhancing quality of student QA pools in Austria, Germany and SwitzerlandThomas Bach, Melanie Gut, Silke Kern, Katharina Mahrt2016128
Comparative analysis of the ESG 2015 and ESG 2005EQUIP2016364
Cross Border Quality Audit: The University of Graz ExperienceAndreas Raggautz2013269
Cross-Border External Quality Assurance: Practical Experiences and RecommendationsMichael Hofer, Christine Fahringer, Christine Abele, Susanne Klöpping, Thomas Rothenfluh, Anita Klöti, Olivier Binet2015142
Cross-border Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area: New DevelopmentsEric Froment2013178
Developing an Integrative Quality Management Policy and SystemAndre Vyt20121529
Different modes of delivery - Dual Education ProgrammesJohannes Haas2016222
Does quality assurance reflect the social dimension of higher education?Anca Prisacariu, Emilia Todorova, Mahsood Shah2015300
Enhancing quality of programmes: connecting internal and external QAFiona Crozier2016143
Enhancing Quality: Fidelity and ContextRay Land2012197
EQA in the Light of the ESG 2015 - perspective of an agencyChristoph Grolimund2015165
EQUIP workshops & webinars flyerEQUIP2015204
ESG 2015 what has changed and what does it mean for the QA professionals?Maria Kelo2016308
ESG 2015 – What has changed and what does it mean for QA practitioners?Tia Loukkola2016139
ESG 2015: Enhancing quality of programmes – connecting IQA and EQAOrla Lynch2016129
ESG in Nordic countriesTue Vinther-Jorgensen2007255
ESG review 2016 of AAQChristoph Grolimund2016259
EURASHE Policy Paper on Quality Assurance and Transparency ToolsEURASHE20122310
EURASHE Report on the Implementation of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Higher Education InstitutionsEURASHE20122251
EURASHE's Manual for Internal Quality Assurance in Profession-Oriented Higher EducationLucien Bollaert2012651
EURASHE’s interim report on the MAP-ESG projectEURASHE2011521
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 Micheo2014174
Europas Hochschulen reformieren Standards zur Qualitätssicherung: Die Basis hat das Wort DEduz2011812
European Standards and Guidelines for Quality AssuranceBryan Maguire2007442
European Standards for Quality: Culture or management? Control or improvementJanja Komljenovič2006200
Experiences with the Use of ISO 9001 to Comply with the European Standards and Guidelines in Three Spanish AgenciesSandra Marcos, Núria Comet, Luis Velón2009162
Exploring the European Standards and Guidelines at Central and Eastern European QA AgenciesChristiana Rozsnyai2007396
External QA in light of the ESG 2015Colin Tück2015124
External QA moving across borders - QA agency’s experiences of a cross-national auditKirsi Hiltunen2013238
FAIR project: Recognition & ESG 1.4Jenneke Lokhoff2016133
From Theory to Practice - EURASHE Report on Implementation of ESG on (P)HEILucien Bollaert2012626
Good practice in internal QA of joint programmes, based on the ESGEijaKujanpää, Ana Godonoga, Annika Sundbäck2016155
How do the Mission and Role of Professionally Oriented HEIs impact internal QA proceedings?Mindaugas Misiūnas2012810
How QA helps to promote students interests in RussiaPetr Timoshin2012219
How to support Quality through International Activities - Case studies from the field of higher music educationMartin Prchal, Linda Messas2015149
How will external QA change as a result of the adoption of ESG 2015? - key challenges identified by QA agenciesPadraig Walsh2016119
How will external QA change as a result of the ESG 2015?Colin Tück2016124
Institution's responsibility: Supporting teaching staffIsabel Deprez2016128
Internal QA in the light of the ESG 2015Barbara Michalk, Bernhard Kernegger2015296
International Accreditation — Effects of National and Cultural DifferencesAras Viligaila Vėbra, Harald Scheuthle2012261
Internationalization of Quality Assurance: a case of LithuaniaNora Skaburskienė2014449
Introduction à un bilan de l'utilisation des références européennes pour la garantie de la qualité dans l'EEES - FRBruno Curvale2011516
Introduction to a practical manual for internal quality assurance based on European Standards and Guidelines (Examples from a Irish University College) - MessageSeamus Puirseil2008514
Introduction to a practical manual for internal quality assurance based on European Standards and Guidelines Irish Institutes of TechnologySeamus Puirseil2008556
Major findings and recommendations of the MAP-ESG projectFiona Crozier2011276
MAP-ESG final public report of the MAP-ESG projectNathalie Lugano2012373
Mapping the Implementation and Application of the ESG (MAP-ESG project)MAP-ESG2011492
Mapping the implementation and application of the ESG in the EHEA - Launch Conference ReportDries Froyen2012652
New modes of delivery… e-learningMichael Gaebel2016141
New tools for new realities: Intro to the revised European Standards and Guidelines (ESGs) for Quality AssuranceFernando M Galán Palomares2016127
New tools for new realities: Student Centred Learning & the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality AssuranceFernando M Galán Palomares2016148
Possible Developments for the European Register of quality assurance agencies ('Oxford-style debate')Colin Tück, Melinda Szabo2015109
QA & Accreditation newest trendsStefan Delplace2013602
QA as a transparency tool? Standards, rankings, EQA and the revised ESGMaria Kelo2014658
Qualifications and Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area – The Bologna ProcessBryan Maguire20111142
Quality assurance frameworks in context: a diversified implementation of the ESG by various French-speaking quality assurance agenciesCaty Duykaerts, Geneviève Le Fort, Julien Lecocq, François Pernot, Julie Nolland201682
Quality audits – fit for purpose? Student-centred learning, teaching and assessment and external reviews of higher education institutions’ internal quality managementDietlinde Kastelliz, Friederike Leetz2014196
Quality Cultures and Institutional Barriers to ESG1 implementationCatherine Owen2014857
Quality Research at HEIsNicolae Dură2012560
Quality Tools For PHE Review And ImprovementMalene Dahl Jørgensen, Regitze Sparre Kristensen, Alexandre Wipf, Stefan Delplace20142137
Reaching parts that other instruments can't touch? Quality assurance and the depth of reform through the Bologna processDon F. Westerheijden, Johanna Witte2010471
Recent European policy developments in quality assuranceAchim Hopbach2013458
Recent European policy developments in quality assuranceTia Loukkola2012252
Some Observations from the SeminarTerence Clifford-Amos2012499
Specific questions and challenges faced by quality assurance in former Eastern bloc countriesRadu Mircea Damian, Ioan Curtu, Oana Sarbu, Mihai Marcu2010455
Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG)ENQA, ESU, EUA, EURASHE in cooperation with EI, BUSINESSEUROPE, EQAR20151174
Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area - ARCHIVEDENQA2009844
Student Centred Learning from the teachers’ perspectiveJens Vraa-Jensen2016102
Student-Centred LearningBeate Treml2016180
Student-Centred LearningBlazhe Todorovski2016362
Ten Years of Quality Assurance with Students' Eyes – Taking Stock and Providing an OutlookBeate Treml, Asnate Kažoka2015131
The Docentia programme: an example of the development of practices in mutual recognition. Collaboration between QA agencies in SpainElvira Juarez Casalengua, Sonia Martin Cerro, Isabel Belmonte Otero2010189
The Future of Quality Assurance to and after YerevanLucien Bollaert2015164
The MAP-ESG project: the E4 joint report & ENQA’s view on the implementation of the ESGFiona Crozier2012451
The POLITO-Q.A. FRAMEWORK : a possible genetic modification of internal Quality Assurance?Muzio M. Gola2009700
The revised ESG, a suitable tool for the modernisation of universities? QA & diversified HE provisionsStefan Delplace2015454
The role of teachers in QAJens Vraa-Jensen2016164
Using ESG 2015 to develop a national quality culture for further and higher education in a post-colonial micro-state: MaltaSandro Spiteri2015194
Using the ESGLee Harvey2007218
Verification of compatibility of NQF and QF-EHEA - Roadmap to self-certificaitonBryan Maguire2011895
Welcome and opening of the Launch conference of the MAP-ESG projectStefan Delplace2012484