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An exploration of the maturity model concept as a vehicle for higher education institutions to assess their capability to address student engagement : a work in progress

By Karen J. Nelson, John A. Clarke and Ian D. Stoodley

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Gaining a competitive edge in the area of the engagement, success and retention of commencing students is a significant issue in higher education, made more so currently because of the considerable and increasing pressure on teaching and learning from the new standards framework and performance funding. This paper introduces the concept of maturity models (MMs) and their application to assessing the capability of higher education institutions (HEIs) to address student engagement, success and retention (SESR). A concise description of the features of maturity models is presented with reference to an SESR-MM currently being developed. The SESR-MM is proposed as a viable instrument for assisting HEIs in the management and improvement of their SESR activities

Topics: 130103 Higher Education, 130304 Educational Administration Management and Leadership, maturity models, student engagement, HERN
Publisher: University of Adelaide
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:50993

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