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International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education

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The HEDBIB database is a unique resource of references and publications on higher education systems, administration, planning, policy and evaluation from around the world. Links to electronic publications are provided where freely available. New higher education publications are identified by the IAU Information Centre monitoring team. References are also contributed by our partner organisations: UNESCO Headquarters, the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP), Associació Catalana d'Universitats Públiques (ACUP), Universities South Africa, Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA), Union de Universidades de América Latina (UDUAL).

 

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[41462] records - Last update 14-08-2019

News June 2019 edition of New in HEDBIB.

The June 2019 edition of New in HEDBIB has been released. New in HEDBIB is a resource which contains complete bibliographical references to publications which have recently been added to HEDBIB.

New in HEDBIB is divided into IAU's four priority themes: The Role of Technology in Higher Education; Internationalization, Higher Education and Research for Sustainable Development; and Values-Based Leadership; in addition to other diverse topics. The thematic priorities of the IAU are further divided by region.

Each edition of New in HEDBIB is supplemented by the IAU selection "We recommend", which highlights one or more publications.

January 2019 edition of New in HEDBIB


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