Change in Higher Education: Reflecting on Culture and Identities in DIT
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The case study is based on review of government policies and institutional strategy documents looking towards the future and determining how they are affecting the current situation in the Institution. The primary aim of the research was to identify drivers of change and mergers in higher education. This was conducted via analysis of interviews and observations at meetings and classes, and via use of discourse analysis of some policy and strategy documents. It was then reflected on how changes and mergers impact on cultures and professional academic identities. The interviewees were asked about their views on which factors bring about strategic change from both external and internal drivers and how these drivers impact on their own culture and professional academic identities. They also discussed possible future mergers in higher education.
Conway, A. (2016, November 2-6). Change in Higher Education: Reflecting on Culture and Identities in DIT. Paper presented at the Higher Education in Transition Symposium, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
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