EquNet – Enhancing Access through a Focus on Equity (2)

EquNet - Enhancing Access through a Focus on Equity (2) by Fabio Nascimbeni, Version 2012, EquNet_repr_120606-07_EDEN_pres_NASCIMBENI.pdf (0.8 MB)

Responding to Equity Challenges in Higher Education – Some innovations in a lifelong learning perspective

Responding to Equity Challenges in Higher Education - Some innovations in a lifelong learning perspective by Anthony F. Camilleri, Version 2012, EquNet_repr_120606-07_EDEN_pres_CAMILLERI.pdf (1.7 MB)

General Report of Second Conference on Higher Education Access

General Report of Second Conference on Higher Education Access by EquNet, Version 2011, EquNet_repr_111108-09_ESU_report.pdf (0.7 MB)

EquNet Conference on the Future of Social Dimension in Higher Education

EquNet Conference on the Future of Social Dimension in Higher Education by Yves Beernaert, Version 2011, EquNet_repr_111108-09_ESU_pres_BEERNAERT.pdf (0.2 MB) - EURASHE considers the social dimension as being part of a multidimensional, political and socio-economic matrix. Widening equitable access to HE is a step to a more sustainable, democratic society, for individuals with different backgrounds regardless of socio-economic, cultural or national background. It is important to engage an authentic dialogue process on the status of the social dimension, between all stakeholders: students, lecturers, higher education institutions (HEI) and their organisations / associations, providers of adult education (Formal, informal, non formal), national, regional and local authorities, services dealing with social dimension in higher education, the European Commission & European organisations, counselling and career services, social partners, foundations / charities, companies (non profit and profit), chambers of commerce etc.
I should be focused on the collection of quality data, specifically on Level ISCED 5B, SCHE (level 5 EQF ), adult students and men, underrepresented in HE.
Many tools are or should exist. Specifically, an observatory on the social dimension of higher education could be put in place, with the support of EURASHE.

ICT as a catalyst to enhance equity in European higher education: which way forward? – Presentation

ICT as a catalyst to enhance equity in European higher education: which way forward? - Presentation by Fabio Nascimbeni, Version 2011, EquNet_repr_110620-22_EDEN_pres_NASCIMBENI.pdf (0.8 MB)

ICT as a catalyst to enhance equity in european higher education: which way forward? – Paper

ICT as a catalyst to enhance equity in european higher education: which way forward? - Paper by Fabio Nascimbeni, Version 2011, EquNet_repr_110620-22_EDEN_paper_NASCIMBENI.pdf (0.4 MB) - In the present paper we will present some considerations of the state of the art of equity in higher education in Europe, as resulting from the research run by the EQUNET project in 2010, and we will try to link them to the contribution that a meaningful use of ICT in HE settings can give in order to close the existing gaps in terms of equal access to European HE by all interested European citizens.

Evolving Diversity – An overview of inclusive access to Higher Education in Europe

Evolving Diversity - An overview of inclusive access to Higher Education in Europe by Anthony F. Camilleri, Fabio Nascimbeni, Version 2010, EquNet_repr_101118-20_EUCEN_pres_CAMILLERI.pdf (1.7 MB)

Evolving Diversity – An overview of inclusive access to Higher Education in Europe (2)

Evolving Diversity - An overview of inclusive access to Higher Education in Europe (2) by Anthony F. Camilleri, Fabio Nascimbeni, Version 2010, EquNet_repr_101019_EYCI_pres_CAMILLERI_and_NASCIMBENI.pdf (1.6 MB)

Evolving Diversity – Lifelong learning and Delayed Transition Students: Equity Perspectives – Report

Evolving Diversity - Lifelong learning and Delayed Transition Students: Equity Perspectives - Report by EquNet, Version 2012, EquNet_report_3_evolving-diversity_lll.pdf (3.1 MB)

Evolving Diversity – Participation of students with an immigrant background in European Higher Education – Report

Evolving Diversity - Participation of students with an immigrant background in European Higher Education - Report by Anthony F. Camilleri, Dorit Griga, Kai Mühleck, Klemen Miklavič, Daniela Proli, Chripa Schneller, Version 2012, EquNet_report_2_evolving-diversity_migration.pdf (3.1 MB)

Evolving Diversity – An overview of equitable access to Higher Education in Europe – Report

Evolving Diversity - An overview of equitable access to Higher Education in Europe - Report by Andreas Bohonnek, Anthony F. Camilleri, Dorit Griga, Kai Mühleck, Klemen Miklavič, Dominic Orr, Version 2012, EquNet_report_1_evolving-diversity_overview.pdf (6.8 MB)

Times are changing: Do we need to reconsider our approaches how to achieve equity in higher education?

Times are changing: Do we need to reconsider our approaches how to achieve equity in higher education? by Pavel Zgaga, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_ZGAGA.pdf (0.7 MB)

Higher education equity policy in a changing society

Higher education equity policy in a changing society by Mary Tupan-Wenno, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_TUPAN-WENNO.pdf (0.3 MB)

Equity in European Higher Education – Approach to the issue & selected findings of the EquNet project

Equity in European Higher Education - Approach to the issue & selected findings of the EquNet project by Kai Mühleck, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_MUEHLECK.pdf (0.4 MB)

Access, Equity, Equality in Higher Education – Thoughts from experiences in different countries

Access, Equity, Equality in Higher Education - Thoughts from experiences in different countries by Leon Cremonini, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_CREMONINI.pdf (0.6 MB)

Challenges in the research on equality in higher education

Challenges in the research on equality in higher education by Andreas Bohonnek, Klemen Miklavič, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_BOHONEK_and_MIKLAVIC.pdf (0.4 MB)

Higher Education, Social Class and the Mobilisation of Capitals

Higher Education, Social Class and the Mobilisation of Capitals by Ann-Marie Bathmaker, Version 2012, EquNet_event_121107_pres_BATHMAKER.pdf (0.8 MB)

Inequity in access to higher education – two qualitative dimensions, a puzzle, and the question for the institutional perspective

Inequity in access to higher education – two qualitative dimensions, a puzzle, and the question for the institutional perspective by Kai Mühleck, Version 2010, EURASHE_AC_Tallinn_101014-15_pres_MUEHLECK_2.pdf (0.3 MB)

Inequity in access to higher education in Europe – measurement, size, country variation, and possible reasons

Inequity in access to higher education in Europe – measurement, size, country variation, and possible reasons by Kai Mühleck, Version 2010, EURASHE_AC_Tallinn_101014-15_pres_MUEHLECK_1.pdf (0.6 MB)

EquNet – Enhancing Access through a Focus on Equity

EquNet - Enhancing Access through a Focus on Equity by Nikitas Kastis, Version 2010, EURASHE_AC_Tallinn_101014-15_pres_KASTIS.pdf (0.6 MB)

Evolving Diversity – Contextualising the preliminary findings from EquNet

Evolving Diversity - Contextualising the preliminary findings from EquNet by Anthony F. Camilleri, Version 2010, EURASHE_AC_Tallinn_101014-15_pres_CAMILLERI.pdf (4.1 MB)

Developments in Equity Research in Europe

Developments in Equity Research in Europe by Anthony F. Camilleri, Version 2012, EURASHE_AC_Riga_120510-11_pres_CAMILLERI.pdf (1.2 MB) - The presentation will use multiple sources, including initial results from the second phase of the EQUNET project, and the latest Bologna stocktaking report, to look at the latest trends in access to Higher Education in Europe - particularly as related to the situation of migrants (both internal migration with the EU and external migration). It will also highlight some selected micro-case studies of effective policies/actions to enhance equity/access in various EU member states. The presentation will endeavour answer the following questions: Is the EHEA also an area for equitable access? What are the main lacunae in current policies? What has been proven to work in terms of policy and activities, and can policies for equity be compatible with the fiscal consolidation currently taking place in nearly all EU states at the moment?