Cross-Institutional Study for Languages: A Case Study in Ad Hoc Planning
Higher education institutions often claim that their decision-making processes are driven by a concern for economic efficiency. This 'efficiency' is often poorly defined. It has led some universities to reduce course offerings by sharing courses with neighbouring universities. Often, language courses have been chosen as the target. This chapter first presents a case study: data on the effects of replacing on-campus course delivery with cross-institutional arrangements, for Japanese language...[Show more]
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