Extract from: Navigating the dynamic higher education landscape: A possible strategic framework | bethanyaldenrivers:
"How can we provide quality assurance around the design and implementation of strategic programs for higher education? Increasingly, higher education institutions are implementing programs that address: distance and online learning, strategic partnerships, student success, as well as many other topics.
Here, I’ve attempted to develop a quality framework, based on my own principles for strategic program design and delivery, that rests on three overarching principles:
The strategic program is meaningful.
The strategic program is robust.
The strategic program is sustainable."
To read more go to: https://bethanyaldenrivers.wordpress.com/2015/01/05/strategic-framework/
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