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Please find below the issn numbers for the publication “9th European Quality Assurance Forum (Barcelona, Spain, 13-15 November 2014) – Papers and Presentations”:

Printed version: issn number 1375-3789
Online version: issn number 1375-3797

Papers and Workshops – Session I Friday 14 November 11.15-13.00

Workshop presentations 11.15-12.45 

Creating alignment between student-centred instructional design principles and quality assurance to foster continuous improvement of educational quality
by Jill Whittingham, Ineke Wolfhagen, Renée Stalmeijer and Diana Dolmans, Maastricht University

Embedding equality and diversity in curriculum design
by Pauline Hanesworth, Higher Education Academy and Stephanie Millar, sparqs

How could quality assurance foster a shift towards student-centred learning?
by Lies Praet and Pieter-Jan Van de Velde, VLUHR QA, Thu Dang and Carlien Foucart, GROEP T – Internationale Hogeschool Leuven, Dries Froyen, Limburg Catholic University College, Paul Garré, University College HUB-KAHO, Hilde Sels, Thomas More University College

Paper sessions 11.15-12.00

Students’ course evaluation. A shift of paradigm at University of Luxembourg
by Elisa Mazzucato, University of Luxembourg

Tutoring Support Office: increasing teacher-student contact in higher education, promoting a shift from teaching to learning?
by Isabel Gonçalves, Ana Lucas, Gonçalo Moura and Pedro Sereno, Instituto Superior Técnico

Learning for employability: Integrating employability into professional Bachelor programmes and quality assurance in four higher education systems
by Renze Kolster and Don F. Westerheijden, CHEPS, University of Twente, Mark Frederiks, NVAO

Quality internship. Students’ self-assessment in their work-based learning experiences
by Roberta Piazza, University of Catania, Italy and Simona Rizzari, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy 

Assuring and enhancing teaching and learning through effective alignment of internal and external review methods
by Tina Harrison, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Accreditation, regulation and self-evaluation – a game-theoretic viewpoint
by Michal Daloya, Avner Halevy, and Dafna Beeri, University of Haifa, Israel

Paper sessions 12.15-13.00

Dialogue-based student feedback: formative approaches to evaluate academic teaching and a concept for “crisis intervention”
by Maiken Bonnes, Christian Ganseuer, and Hauke Sanders, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Students’ role in quality enhancement – a reflection of functional stupidity or an implication of “Quality as Practice”?
by Hannele Keränen and Elina Holm, Lapland University of Applied Sciences

Student feedback gathered by the trade unions – much needed perspective on employability?
by Suvi Eriksson, Finnish Association of Business School Graduates, Pirre Hyötynen, Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland, Jussi-Pekka Teini, Tampere University of Technology/ Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland

Implementation of the first national student engagement survey through partnership and collaboration
by Sean O’Reilly and Jim Murray, Institutes of Technology Ireland, Kevin Donoghue, Union of Students in Ireland, Muiris O’Connor and Vivienne Patterson, Higher Education Authority, and Lewis Purser, Irish Universities Association

An international approach to quality assurance of new providers in higher education: the CHEA Quality Platform
by Judith Eaton and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, Council for Higher Education Accreditation

From teaching to learning: how quality assurance in UK higher education has responded to this shift by promoting a culture of enhancement
by Elizabeth Halford, QAA and John Lea, Canterbury Christ Church University

2.2 Parallel Plenary Session I: Friday 14 November, 14.30-15.45

What is new in Europe? Up-date on the European policy discussions on Quality Assurance
by Fernando Galán Palomares, European Students’ Union and Tia Loukkola, European University Association 

Approaches to quality in professional higher education
by Stefan Delplace, EURASHE and Lucien Bollaert, NVAO

Student-centred learning and quality education: the implementation of student-centred learning in quality assurance procedures
by European Students’ Union
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2.3 Parallel Plenary Session II: Friday 14 November, 16.15-17.30

Rankings in institutional strategies and processes
by Ellen Hazelkorn, Dublin Institute of Technology

Quality of online, open and flexible higher education
by George Ubachs, EADTU and Anthony F. Camilleri, EFQUEL

Addressing student-centred learning in external quality assurance: are quality audits fit for purpose?
by Friederike Leetz, German Accreditation Council and Dietlinde Kastelliz, Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation
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Papers and Workshops – Session II: Saturday 15 November, 9.30-11.15 

Workshop sessions   9.30-11.00

How do connotations of to learn and to teach influence learning and teaching?
by Andrea Trink, Fachhochschule Burgenland GmbH

From “quality assurance of teaching” to “quality enhancement of learning”: a conceptual contribution
by Vidar Gynnild, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Paper sessions 9.30-10.15 (Saturday 15 November)

Quality audit: Fit for what purpose?
by Jon Haakstad, NOKUT

Euro-Mediterranean perspectives on the complex shifts between external and internal QA of teaching and learning, at strategic and practical levels: Enhancing Quality Assurance Management (EQuAM) in Jordanian universities
by Nicolas Patrici, University of Barcelona, Abdullah Al-Zoubi and Mohammad Mismar, Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Bashar K. Hammad, Hashemite University, Khaled M Gharaibeh, Yarmouk University, Rafael Llavori de Micheo and Nick Harris, ANECA

From teaching assessment to formative learning assessment
by Marta Pile, Isabel Gonçalves, Sofia Sá, João Ribeiro, Instituto Superior Técnico

How does the Estonian system of quality assurance in higher education support the “teaching-to-learning” paradigm shift based on the example of the Estonian IT College
by Inga Vau and Merle Varendi, Estonian Information Technology College

The role of administrative staff in internal quality assurance systems: the case of the state-funded universities in Poland
by Agnieszka Feliks-Długosz and Piotr Ciesielski, Jagiellonian University in Krakow

Paper sessions 10.30-11.15 (Saturday 15 November)

Supporting the shift from teaching to learning in Professional Higher Education (PHE): examples from teacher and pharmacy education
by Cathal de Paor, Mary Immaculate College

Raising awareness of quality teaching with students' involvement
by Hermina Pika Radmilovič and Rok Hržič, University of Maribor

Let's evaluate course evaluation! A comparison between two European universities of applied sciences
by Annegret Reisner, Anita Frehner, Pia Hess, Thomas Hodel, Berne University of Applied Sciences, and Anne Lequy, Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences

Diversity and culture as pull factors for successfully applied quality standards in virtual higher or further education and scientific trainings
by Kathrin Wetzel and Marlen Arnold, University of Oldenburg

An analysis of the quality assurance agencies activities’ across borders
by Melinda Szabo, EQAR

Quality assurance for teaching and learning: evolution and revolution
by Sarah Ingle, Dublin City University

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