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Aims and Scope
Higher education around the world has become a major topic of discussion, debate, and controversy, as a range of political, economic, social, and technological pressures result in a myriad of changes at all levels. But the quality and quantity of critical dialogue and research and their relationship with practice remains limited.
This internationally peer-reviewed journal addresses this shortfall by focusing on the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning and higher education and covers:
- Higher education teaching, learning, curriculum, assessment, policy, management, leadership, and related areas
- Digitization, internationalization, and democratization of higher education, and related areas such as lifelong and lifewide learning
- Innovation, change, and reflections on current practices
Issues around teaching and learning, especially those discussions which seek to inform practice are encouraged, ensuring the journal has validity and relevance in the fast-change higher education landscape.
"The idea and ideal behind The Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education – to promote improved practice by encouraging informed and meaningful debate into pedagogic and interrelated matters in higher education – is precisely what makes it such a valuable resource for all of us in higher education."
Dr. John M. Carfora
Associate Provost for Research Advancement and Compliance
Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles, USA)
This journal is abstracted and indexed by: Thomson Reuters' Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus, Academic Search Alumni Edition, Academic Search Complete, Academic Search Elite, Academic Search Premier, Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Higher Education, EBSCO and Education Research Complete.
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