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Teaching Environmental Management Competencies Online: Towards “Authentic” Collaboration?

., & Smith, M. (2005). Towards Sustainable Higher Education: Environmental impacts of campus-based and distance higher education systems. Final Report. Milton Keynes: The Open University. 48. Seiffert, M. E. B., & Loch, C. (2005). Systemic thinking in environmental management: support for sustainable development. Journal of cleaner Production, 13(12), 1197-1202. 49. Slade, S., & Mullett, E. (2010). Retention and progression of online global students: a pilot approach. Paper presented at the 9th European Conference on e-Learning (ECEL 2010

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Scalability of Learners’ Success Rates in e-Learning: A Survey Study of the Learners’ Perspectives

professors are optimistic on distance learning survey finds. The Chronicle of Higher Education [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.chronicle.com/article/Many-Professors-Are-Optimistic/15541 11. Carr, S. (2000, February 11). As distance education comes of age, the challenge is keeping the students. The Chronicle of Higher Education [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.chronicle.com/article/As-Distance-Education-Comes-of/14334 . 12. Carroll, D., Ng, E., & Birch, D. (2009). Retention and progression of postgraduate business students: An Australian

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Barometer of Inclusive Education – Concept, Methodology and Preliminary Results in Selected European Countries

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This paper presents concept, methodology and preliminary results of a European research project on inclusive education of persons with disabilities. The project pathways to inclusion (p2i) is funded by the EU Commission and coordinated by the European umbrella organization European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD). To get an overview on legal situations, practice and progression related to inclusive education a ‘barometer assessment’ instrument was developed and applied in 10 EU countries. The barometer criteria are deducted from Art. 24 of UN CRPD, the methodology follow the idea of the Open Method of Coordination and is explained as an information based rating. Selected results of the assessment are presented. The barometer instrument has proven as an effective tool for data analysis and assessment.

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