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Istvan Labas, Eva Darabos and Tunde Orsolya Nagy

felsőoktatasban – így mertek ti. In: Murakozy Laszlo (szerk.) A jelen a jovő multja. Jaratlan utak – jart uttalansagok. Budapest, Akademiai Kiado, 2009., 241-294. I1: I2: I3: I4: I5: http

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Laura Dzelzkalēja and Jānis Kapenieks Sen.

References AFT, H. E. (2009). The American academic: The state of higher education workforce 1997–2007 . Washington, D.C: American Federation of Teachers. Amundsen, B. (2015, August 21). Women and men still study completely different university subjects. Norway: Science Nordic. Retrieved from Scien Bates, A. (2015). Teaching in a Digital Age. licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Benjamin, E

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Imre Fenyő

References Biggs, J., & Thang, C. (2011). Teaching for Quality Learning at University: What the Student Does . [4 th Edition]. Maidenhead: Society for Research into Higher Education; Open University Press. Brown, S., Race, P., & Smith, B. (1996). 500 Tips on Assessment . London: Kogan Page. Brown, S. (2003). Assessing Practice. In Brown, S., & Glasner, A. (Eds.), Assessment Matters in Higher Education: Choosing and Using Diverse Approaches (pp. 95-105). Buckingham: The Society for Research into Higher Education; Open University Press

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Aurelija Pūraitė

References Almqvist, Jessica. Human Rights, Culture and the Rule of Law. Oxford and Portland, 2005. Bražiūnas, Antanas Juozas, Petras Baršauskas ir Arūnas Degutis. "Aukštojo mokslo prieinamumas ir socialinis atmetimas [The accessibility and social deniail of the higher education]." In: Aukštojo mokslo sistemos ir didaktika. Konferencijos pranešimų medžiaga [The systems and didactics of the higher education. The proceedings of the conference]. Kaunas: Technologija, 1999

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Michal Plaček, František Ochrana and Milan Půček

References Agasistia, T. and F. Bonomia. 2014. “Benchmarking Universities’ Efficiency Indicators in the Presence of Internal Heterogeneity.” Studies in Higher Education 39(7), 1237 - 1255. Alstette, J. 1995. Benchmarking in Higher Education: Adapting Best Practises To Improve Quality. Washington, D.C.: Association for Study of Higher Education. Arnaboldi, M. and G. Azzone. 2004. “Benchmarking University Activities: An Italian Case Study.” Financial Accountability and Management 20(2), 205 - 220

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Florea Silvia and Hoareau Mcgrath Cecile

References 1. UNESCO Oslo Manual - Guidelines for collecting and interpreting innovation data , p. 46, Paris: 2005, UNESCO URL: =1384342823&id=id&accname=ocid56013842&checksum=E1E7DA3 E2312AB5F66F892C5734C9B0A 2. Ferreira, J., “The Unbundling of Higher Education”, in Knewton Blog, 26 February, 2014. Available: 3. Sheets, R.G., Crawford, S., (2012), “Harnessing the Power of Information Technology: Open Business

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Antonios Maragakis, Andy van den Dobbelsteen and Alexandros Maragakis

References Anchor, J., Fiserova, J., Marsikova, K., & Urbanek, V. (2011). Student expectations of the financial returns to higher education in the Czech Republic and England: Evidence from business schools. Economics of Education Review, 30, 673–681. Ashford, N. A., Hall, R. P., & Ashford, R. (2012). Addressing the crisis in employment and consumer demand: Reconciliation with financial and environmental sustainability. The European Financial Review, October-November, 2012 , 63–68. Becker, G. S. (1964). Human capital, a theoretical and

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Davide Parmigiani and Marta Giusto

regulating collaborative learning in higher education with wireless networks and mobile tools. Educational Technology & Society, 10 (4), 71-79. Kearney, M., & Maher, D.(2013). Mobile learning in maths teacher education: Driving pre-service teachers' professional development. Australian Educational Computing, 27 (3), 76-84. Kearney, M., Schuck, S., Burden, K., & Aubusson, P. (2012). Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective. Research in Learning Technology, 20. Retrieved from: http

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Peter H. Huang

Introduction My life-long curiosity, interest, and passion about education, higher education, learning, and teaching started at a young age when my tiger mom Peter H. Huang, Tiger Cub Strikes Back: Memoirs of an Ex-Child Prodigy About Legal Education and Parenting , 1 Brit. J. Am. Legal Stud. 297, 297, 300 (2012). purchased for me a set of Ivy League book covers when I was six years old in the first grade at Public School (P.S.) 183 and explained that there are eight schools in the Ivy League: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and five other places. Peter H

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Andreea Stoiciu and Eva-Nicoleta Burdusel

REFERENCES 1. Martha Nussbaum, (2010) „Skills for Life” , TLS, April 30, pp.13, 15 2. Keith Thomas, „What are universities for?” , TLS May 7/2010; p.13; 14 3. Eva-Nicoleta, Burdusel and Camelia, Oprean, A Holistic Approch to Higher Education: Challenges and Changes for the Sustainable University, in „Management of Sustainable Development” – Lucian Blaga University Press, Romania - 2011; ISSN 2066-9380; pp.31-33 4. Constantin, Oprean; Eva-Nicoleta, Burdusel and Camelia, Oprean, A Change Management- Based Approach to the Dynamics of Higher