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Crosier David, Purser Lewis & Smidt Hanne (2007). Trends V: Universities shaping the European Higher Education Area. Bruxelles : European University Association (EUA). En ligne : < ... UA_Trends_V_for_web.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Crosier2007
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Keywords: enseignement supérieur, processus de Bologne, synthèse internationale
Creators: Crosier, Purser, Smidt
Publisher: European University Association (EUA) (Bruxelles)
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For the first time in the series, this Trends report is based on both quantitative and qualitative research, while previous Trends reports relied on one or other of these two methodologies. Trends V analyses the nature and extent of implementation of the Bologna reforms, and attempts to assess the impact that changes are having on a wider range of institutional development processes. Through comparison with the outcomes of earlier Trends projects, and in particular the Trends III results (2003) that to a large degree addressed the same questions, the report is able to measure the progress that has taken place in implementing higher education reforms. It also points to the challenges that institutions face at a time when they are being asked to respond to multiple societal demands. Bologna can increasingly be seen as a reform of structures that allows a wide range of other institutional development challenges to be addressed.
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