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Transformation and Trend of Doctoral Education in China and Poland (1980s – 2010s). A Comparative Study

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Transformative Model of Joint Education Program between Polish and Chinese Universities: Chance and Challenge

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This paper attempts to address current and emergent issues on the internationalization of higher education which arise from major transformation in both Poland and China. Reflecting on the increased university student population and growing demand for overseas study, joint education programs approved for Chinese universities in partnership with foreign universities need to face global pressures and local realities, with a focus on the internationalization of curriculum for program affordability and mutual mobility. Transformative model of joint education program is identified for consideration of chances and challenges, based on the current practice of Hubei University in collaboration with an Australian university.

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Attitudinal Factors Affecting Wiki Group Collaboration for English Writing

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Open and Distance Learning: Cultural Practices in Nepal

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A Responsive Paradigm for Technology Enhanced Learning (Tel) Integration Into Business Organizations

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Learners on the Periphery: Lurkers as Invisible Learners

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Learning Innovation: A Framework for Transformation

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