Curriculum decision making in a research university: an interplay between ideologies and influences
This empirical study addresses the need to better understand how academics design undergraduate curricula and the influences that shape their decisions. The study draws on literatures from the perspectives of curriculum and the teaching-research nexus to identify a framework for investigating curriculum decisions that comprises all potential influences in the higher education context, including research. Interviews were held with 20 academics from a range of disciplines who were working at a...[Show more]
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