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THE IDEA

Focus on competences

Many higher education institutions have moved towards competence-based teaching and learning. These institutions’ quality assurance systems need to take this development into account. On this site, you can find ideas and tools to update your institution’s quality assurance system in order to address and enhance your students’ competences.

Helpful tools

The Toolkit provides a three-step procedure for internal quality management which can be easily adapted to a higher education institution’s quality assurance system and needs. The Toolkit includes a handbook as well as templates for workshops, questionnaires, reports, and information materials. You will also find ideas for enhancing competence-based teaching and learning at your institution.

Acceptance

The Toolkit is based on the idea of participation and transparency for all stakeholder groups in order to enhance the acceptance of the quality management procedure within your institution. The Toolkit is also based on expertise from quality assurance agencies in order to enhance the procedure’s acceptance outside your institution as well.

Scientifically-sound and practical

The toolkit was developed by a heterogeneous group of experts and practitioners. Hence, the toolkit is both scientifically-sound and practical for highly diverse higher education institutions.

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THE IQM PROCEDURE

The Bologna Process promotes competence-based higher education in the European Higher Education Area. Accordingly, many institutions are focusing on students’ competences and have implemented competence-based higher education. Internal quality management procedures for higher education also need to take this trend into account. Internal quality management should focus on student competences and competence-based higher education.

The idea behind the European Toolkit is the Procedure for Internal Quality Management in Competence-Based Higher Education, which we call the IQM Procedure. It consists of three steps.

STEP 1:
Define Competences

STEP 2:
Screen Competences

STEP 3:
Enhance competences

More details can be found in the Handbook for Internal Quality Management. The European Toolkit helps persons in charge of internal quality management implement the IQM Procedure within a study programme.

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THE TOOLS

In this section, you will find an overview and instructions for the European Toolkit as well as information on relevant tools, which are grouped into subtopics. It is planned to publish them on this site in February 2018.

THE TOOLS

In this section, you can find an overview and instructions for the European Toolkit as well as information on tools, which are grouped into subtopics. These tools support persons in charge of quality management in implementing the IQM-Procedure. To download all documents in a single package, click on the box ‘Download Toolkit’

Overview and Instructions

Instructions to Implement the European Toolkit for Internal Quality Management in Competence Based Higher Education
Training concept to train persons in charge of quality management in a three-day workshop

Tools grouped into subtopics

General
Preparation Phase
Step 1: Define competences
Step 2: Screen competences
Step 3: Enhance competences
Reflection Phase
Sustainability

All files

Download whole package

Download Toolkit

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EXAMPLES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Quality management often runs the risk of producing big data sets and detailed reports that are little used for quality assurance. The IQM Procedure also expends considerable effort collecting data and producing a thorough report. However, the internal quality management procedure also expends considerable effort on actually using the report: The conduction of the procedure should lead to a concrete enhancement of the study programme.

In this section, the project’s implementation partners provide examples of competence models, executive summaries of their screening reports, and ideas for concrete measures to assure and enhance the quality of their study programs based on their screening data.

In addition, the project evaluator of the project provides recommendations derived from the implementation partners’ experience.

Examples

Recommendations

from the evaluators perspective

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THE PROJECT

In this section, you can find background information on the project in which the Toolkit was developed.

The European Toolkit for Internal Quality Management was developed during the course of the project “Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education (IQM-HE)” from 2015 to 2018.

The project team consisted of expert partners and implementation partners. Expert partners were academic researchers in the areas of competence, evaluation, and implementation as well as experts from quality assurance agencies. Implementation partners were higher education institutions seeking to implement the IQM Procedure at their institutions. Project coordinators were Evelyn Bergsmann and Monika Finsterwald.

For more information on the project please click here.

The project team

Coordinator, expert partner & implementation partner

Position: Project Leader and Coordinator of the Erasmus+ Project „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education“ located at the Office of the Vice-Rector for Study Affairs (maternity leave until August 2018).

Organisation: University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

E-mail address: evelyn.bergsmann@vetmeduni.ac.at

Focus of work / research:

  • Psychology in the area of education and further training
  • Evaluation- and implementation research
  • From theory to practice: Transfer of academic knowledge to solve institutional challenges
    • Foster acceptance of innovation and change in institutions
    • Develop science-based evaluation strategies and instruments

Main topics: Motivation, learning, competences, evaluation, organisational & individual learning from evaluation results

Position: Coordinator of the Erasmus+ Project „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education“ located at the Office of the Vice-Rector for Study Affairs and Clinical Veterinary Medicine (Successor of Mag.a Dr. Evelyn Bergsmann)

Organisation: University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

E-mail address: monika.finsterwald@vetmeduni.ac.at

Focus of work / research:

  • Counselling / supporting organizations in planning, conducting or announcing evaluations or programmes
  • Designing and conducting interventions
  • Developing evaluation concepts
  • Evaluation of measures and their implementation in the fields of Bildung / (Further) Education, health and social affairs

Main topics: Participatory evaluation and Implementation, organizational development through evaluations, prevention / (mental) health promotion, fostering competencies for lifelong learning, gender / diversity

Position: Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator and Head of International Relations Office assigned to the Vice-Rector for Research and International Relations

Organisation: University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

E-mail address: Ursula.Schober@vetmeduni.ac.at

Focus of work related to IQM-HE:

  • General international relations (cooperation agreements at university level)
  • Application, general administration and coordination of EU educational and mobility programmes

Main topics: Administration / policy making / internationalisation strategy / learning and training mobility / internationalisation@home / intercultural awareness / BOLOGNA and ECTS

Position: Project Implementation Manager

Organisation: University of Veterinary Medicine (Vetmed), Vienna

E-mail address: nevena.jankovic@vetmeduni.ac.at

Focus of work:

  • Performing managerial tasks: controlling of working days and all supporting documents
  • Assisting during the project implementation
  • Preparation of the project meetings
  • Maintenance of project homepage and the project platform

Position: Project Implementation Manager

Organisation: University of Veterinary Medicine (Vetmed), Vienna

E-mail address: georg.csukovich@live.at 

Focus of work:

  • Proof-reading, layouting of documents and corporate design
  • Preparation of project meetings
  • Maintenance of the project homepage

Implementation partners

Position: Head of the Division for Students Academic Affairs of the administration unit at Vilnius University and acting as implementation partner of the Erasmus+ Project „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education“.

Organisation: Vilnius University, Lithuania, Vilnius

E-mail address: daiva.lepaite@cr.vu.lt

Focus of work / research:

  • Counselling / supporting university’s academic departments in curriculum development of degree programmes
  • Designing templates for degree and course descriptors
  • Supporting programme committee’s and faculty administration in management of study environment
  • Designing and implementing strategic measures in the field of university education

Main topics: Competence based education, Curriculum development, Higher education policy and implementation, Lifelong learning policy, Continuing professional development, Change management

Position: Assistant professor in the Institute of Computer Science at the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics

Organisation: Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania

E-mail address: agne.brilingaite@mif.vu.lt

Focus of work / research:

  • Teaching responsibilities in the study programmes Information Technologies (Bachelor programme) and Computer Modeling (Master programme)
  • Design and development of environments for education in computer science and training in cyber security
  • Context identification in geo-social data and location-based services
  • Application of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) in the study field of computer science
  • Development and evaluation of new study programmes

Main topics: Data engineering, spatial databases, geo-social queries, location-based services, cyber security training, table-top exercises, problem-based learning, education in computer science, usage of information technologies in education

Position: Coordinator of the quality assurance at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca; Project partner manager of the Erasmus+ project “Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education – IQM-HE”.

Organisation: University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, department of Animal productions and food safety.

E-mail address: sorindan@usamvcluj.ro

Focus of work/research:

  • Control of human pathogenic microorganisms in plant production systems
  • Actual and innovative ways of reducing the contamination risk of meat with resistant pathogens to antibiotics;
  • Development of innovative methods, implementation of demonstrative and functional models to promote on the unique market the traditional cheese obtained in Transylvania;
  • Assessment of hygienic quality of products of animal origin along the entire food chain;
  • Evaluation and improving of quality in higher institution education;

Main topics: food microbiology, food safety and public health, food hygiene, quality assurance in higher education.

Position: Administrative responsible for Erasmus+ Program Implementation at USAMV Cluj-Napoca, Project partner manager of the Erasmus+ project “Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education – IQM-HE”.

Organisation: University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Erasmus+ Office

E-mail address: erasmus@usamvcluj.ro

Focus of work/research:

  • Administrative management of the Erasmus+ Program (KA103, KA107)
    • Selection of outgoing and incoming students for study and placement/practice for KA103 action and monitoring actions for the students
    • Organizing events to promote the Program and working sessions for the students and professors
    • Participate at the staff training mobility
    • Organize administrative aspects for the incoming students (immigration, accommodation, bank details)
  • Administrative management for Eugen Ionescu program
    • Registering the applications
    • Taking part in the staff meetings
    • Organize administrative aspects for the incoming students (immigration, accommodation, bank details)

Main topic: selection of students, monitoring actions, organization, administration

Position: Teacher of Genetics at the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Ljubljana. Responsible for the implementation of the Erasmus + Project “Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education” at the University of Ljubljana. Located at the Institute of Preclinical Sciences.

Organisation: Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

E-mail address: jelka.zabavnikpiano@vf.uni-lj.si

Focus of work / research:

  • Teaching genetics to veterinary medicine students
  • Use of genotyping in eradication of diseases
  • Developing methods for speciation of food of animal origin
  • Internal quality management auditor
  • Evaluating competences of veterinary students

Main topics: Teaching, use of information of genetic variability to detect disease susceptibility and species, laboratory quality management, definition and evaluation of competences.

Position: Teacher of courses of Physiology of animal Nutrition, Dietetics of dogs and cats, Hygiene and Pathology of Animal Nutrition. Located at the Institute of Food Safety, Feed and Environment.

Organisation: Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

E-mail address: breda.jakovacstrajn@vf.uni-lj.si

Focus of work / research:

  • Teaching animal nutrition and feed safety to veterinary medicine students.
  • Research work on mycotoxins and mycotoxicoses.
  • Research work on new source of feed protein – insects.
  • Vice dean for education – involved in competence model, study curricula, course syllabuss, quality assurance

Main topics: Teaching, feed, mycotoxins, mycotoxicoses, toxic elements, undesirable substances in feed.

Position: Assistant of Animal Anatomy and Cell Biology at the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Ljubljana. Located at the Institute of Preclinical Sciences.

Organisation: Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

E-mail address: jana.brankovic@vf.uni-lj.si

Focus of work / research:

  • Practical teaching of animal anatomy and cell biology to veterinary medicine students.
  • Bone assessment (geometry, density, histology, content, mineralisation, biomechanics) in animals in toxicological and other studies.
  • Histology, histomorphometry and immunohistochemistry of animal tissues.
  • Evaluating competences of veterinary students.

Main topics: Practical teaching, bone quality assessment.

Position: Head of the Department at VF for Study and Student Affairs.

Organization: Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

E-mail address: tatjana.pensek@vf.uni-lj.si

Focus of work:

  • Managing the organizational of part of undergraduate studies, from enrollment to the awarding of diplomas.
  • Preparation of publications from the field of study for the current academic year.
  • Monitoring the progress of students, preparing material for decision making at faculty bodies and the implementation of decisions.
  • Information and counseling work with students.

Main topics: Participation in the organization of the pedagogical process (announcement of work, schedules, reports …), monitoring progress and rewarding of students, counseling for students.

Position: Professor in the implementation team of the Erasmus+ Project “IQM-HE – Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education” at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department for Continuing Education and Educational Management

E-mail address: heinke.roebken@uni-oldenburg.de

Organisation: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Focus of work/research:

  • Educational management
  • Quality management in higher education
  • Organizational change in education institutions
  • International comparative research in higher education
  • Sociological neo-institutionalism

Main topics: educational management, organizational research, higher education research, organizational change, research methods

Position: Research associate in the implementation team of the Erasmus+ Project “IQM-HE – Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education” at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department for Continuing Education and Educational Management

Organisation: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

E-mail address: jasmin.overberg@uni-oldenburg.de

Focus of work/research:

  • Research on external and internal quality management in higher education
  • Implementation of quality management concepts
  • Designing diversity management concepts in higher education
  • International comparative educational research

Main topics: Evaluation, diversity management, implementation of quality procedures, research on quality management, comparative research, continuing education

Position: Research associate in the implementation team of the Erasmus+ Project “IQM-HE – Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Competence-Based Higher Education” at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Department for Continuing Education and Educational Management

Organisation: Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

E-mail address: andrea.broens@uni-oldenburg.de

Focus of work/research:

  • quality management in higher education (especially in the field of continuing education)
  • qualitative education research and biography research
  • research on ‘non-traditional’/heterogeneous student groups

Main topics: evaluation, implementation of quality standards and procedures, educational biographies, continuing education

Expert partners

Position: Chair Bildung-Psychology and Evaluation, Deputy Head of the Department of Applied Psychology: Work, Education and Economy and expert Partner in the Erasmus+ Project „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education“

Organisation: University of Vienna

E-mail address: christiane.spiel@univie.ac.at

Focus of work/research:

  • Lifelong learning
  • Bullying and victimization
  • Social relations in multicultural schools
  • Gender stereotypes in education
  • Evaluation, intervention und implementation research
  • Implementing interventions into public policy
  • Quality management in the educational system

Position: Post-doctoral researcher (UNIVIE), Ph1 Professor (PH Salzburg), Expert and Evaluation Partner in the Erasmus+ Project „Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education“

Organisation: University of Vienna (UNIVIE), Vienna, PH Salzburg, Salzburg

E-mail address: julia.klug@univie.ac.at

Focus of work / research:

  • Designing and conducting research programs…
  • Designing and conducting interventions…
  • Designing and conducting evaluations…
  • Teaching…

… in the field of Bildungs- and Educational Psychology

Main topics: Student and Teacher Competences, Ceasuring and Promoting Competences for Self-regulated learning and Assessment, Quality Management in Education

Position: Post-doctoral researcher

Organisation: University of Vienna

E-mail address: marie-therese.schultes@univie.ac.at

Focus of work/research:

  • Implementation research
  • Evaluation research
  • Competences and education in implementation
  • Mixed methods
  • Third mission of universities

Position: Director

Organisation: European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), Brussels

E-mail address: maria.kelo@enqa.eu

Focus of work / research:

  • Management of the ENQA Secretariat
  • Coordination of agency reviews
  • lead and participation in projects on QA
  • representation of ENQA in the European and international context
  • Provision of expertise on European QA

Main topics: quality assurance in higher education, higher education policy developments and reforms at national and European level (Bologna, ET2010); higher education internationalisation and international cooperation

Position: Project and Finance Officer

Organisation: European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), Brussels

E-mail address: anais.gourdin@enqa.eu  

Focus of work / research:

  • Project management, finances, follow-up and reporting
  • Finances: budget, financial reports, support to accountant, billing
  • Coordination of agency reviews
  • Events organisation

Main topics: Project management, finances, e-learning, quality assurance in higher education

Position: Project and Administrative Officer

Organisation: European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), Brussels

E-mail address: lindsey.kerber@enqa.eu

Focus of work / research

  • Defines, prepares, leads, and executes small/regional projects and participate in large projects
  • Coordination of ENQA working groups on recognition and e-learning;
  • Events organisation
  • Editing and writing of publications and reports
  • Communication

Main topics: Project management, communication, recognition, e-learning, quality assurance in higher education

Position: Managing Director of the Austrian Quality Assurance Agency (AQ Austria) since 2012

Organisation: Austrian Quality Assurance Agency (AQ Austria)

E-mail address: achim.hopbach@aq.ac.at

Focus of work/research:

  • working in higher education since 1997
  • various positions in quality assurance agencies and associations
    • President of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) from 2009 to 2013
    • Member of the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) from 2005 to 2013
    • Member of the University Quality International Board (UQAIB), Dubai, since 2015
    • Member of the Board of the Agency for the Evaluation and Promotion of Quality in Ecclesiastical Faculties (AVEPRO), Holy See, since 2016
  • works on international consultancy projects, among others in Southeast Asia and Africa

Position: AQ Austria Management Office Team – Accreditation

Organisation: Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria), Vienna

E-mail address: kristina.svensson@aq.ac.at

Focus of work:

  • accrediting Higher Education Institutions and degree programmes in Austria and abroad
  • supervising accredited HEIs and degree programmes regarding accreditation requirements
  • conducting internal studies, system analyses and workshops on quality assurance
  • participating in international projects on quality assurance and quality improvement

Position: AQ Austria Management Office Team – Audit & Consulting

Organisation: Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria), Vienna

E-mail address: frances.blueml@aq.ac.at

Focus of work:

  • Conducting Audits of Higher Education Institution’s quality management systems and participating in further developing Audit procedures
  • Designing and conduction evaluations of departments, centres, degree programmes of Higher Education Institutions
  • Counselling Higher Education Institutions in further enhancing their internal quality management system
  • Participating in international projects on quality assurance and quality improvement

Position: Professor in Veterinary Pathology.

Organisation: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Lugo, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

E-mail address: ana.bravo@usc.es

Focus of work/research:

  • Teaching veterinary undergraduates and graduates (1985 to date)
  • Vice-dean of the faculty (1996 –2004)
  • Dean of the Faculty (2004-12)
  • Research on Pathology phenotyping of transgenic mice as model of human diseases: 24 Research Projects and contracts, 2 patents, 74 peer review papers, 1 book, 2 book chapters, more than 100 oral presentations and conferences
  • Accreditation, evaluation and quality assessment in Veterinary education within the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE):
  • Member of EAEVE Executive Committee: 2007-12.
  • Vice-president of EAEVE: 2008-12
  • President of EAEVE: 2014-2018
  • Liaisson Officer, Expert and Chairperson of evaluation/accreditation teams by the European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training (ESEVT): 16 on-site visitations
  • Member of the European Committee on Veterinary Education: 2013-18).

Main topics: veterinary education, PhD training and supervision, training on welfare and protection of laboratory animals, research on: pathology of laboratory animals as model of human and/or animal diseases, cancer.

Position: Full professor in genetics.

Organisation: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Brno, Czech Republic.

E-mail address: horin@ics.muni.cz

Focus of work/research:

  • Teaching veterinary undergraduates and graduates (1977 to date)
  • Head of the Institute of Animal Genetics (1990 to date)
  • Vice-dean of the faculty (1990 –93)
  • Dean of the Faculty (1993-2000)
  • Head of the Department of Pathobiology (2002 to date)
  • Research on genetics of animal health: 55 papers published in journals with Impact Factor
  • Accreditation, evaluation and quality assessment in Veterinary education within the
  • European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE):
  • Member of EAEVE Executive Committee: 1997-1999
  • Member of the Committee for Internal Quality Assurance (CIQA) of EAEVE: 2011-2014 and chair (2014 – 2017)
  • Expert and Chairperson of evaluation/accreditation teams by the European System of Evaluation of Veterinary Training (ESEVT): since 1993 – more than 20 on-site visitations
  • Member of the EAEVE/FVE Joint Education committee (JEC) 2002-2010.

Main topics: veterinary education, PhD training and supervision, research on immunogenetics, genetics of disease resistance, animal breeding and genetics

Position: Project & Finance Officer at the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE)

Organisation: European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE) – Head Office in Vienna, Austria

E-mail address: pohl@eaeve.org

Focus of work:

  • Participating in the successful management and running of the association
  • Handling EAEVE finances
  • Developing the schedule of internal projects and executing them
  • Keeping contact with external project partners on behalf of the President of EAEVE and the Director of ESEVT
  • Contributing to the successful organisation and execution of ESEVT related tasks (the evaluation system of EAEVE)

Position: Dr. Mag. Karl Ledermüller is the Head of the Evaluation and Quality Enhancement Unit at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. (WU Vienna)

Organisation: WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. (WU Vienna)

E-mail address: karl.ledermueller@wu.ac.at

Focus of work / research:

  • Evaluation in context of Higher Education Institutions
  • Big Data (learning analytics, assessment analytics, activity prognostics, developing HEI reporting systems)
  • Teaching and Education (Finance, Management Science)

Main topics: Internal Quality Assurance; a broad range of evaluation projects; plagiarism prevention and deduction; assessment evaluation

Main research interests: His major research interests are related to learning and assessment analytics as well as a wide range of IQA related research questions and phenomenons (e.g. students at risk, aspects of the social dimension of students or employability of students and graduates)

Position: Evaluation and Quality Enhancement

Organisation: University of Economics and Business (WU) – Vienna

E-mail address: julia.zeeh@wu.ac.at

Focus of work / research:

  • Development, analyses and reporting of the WU Student Panel Monitoring
  • Longitudinal and cross-section analyses
  • Event-driven and control-related studies and analyses (e.g. company surveys, evaluation of learning infrastructure, job market integration, study performance, evaluation of self assessments…)
  • Program evaluations
  • Evaluation of admission procedures (entrance test, motivation letters)
  • Learning Analytics

Main topics: student and graduate surveys, study success/drop outs, social dimension (non-traditional students), automatic reporting, questionnaire design, multivariate statistics

Position: Data Specialist at the Department for Evaluation and Quality Development

Organisation: Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU)

E-mail address: Philipp.keller@wu.ac.at

Focus of work/research:

  • data visualization
  • enhancement of automatic report generation
  • data driven story-telling

The project was co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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PUBLICATIONS

Workshops

IQM-HE. (2018). Internal Quality Management in Competence-Based Higher Education. Workshop held at the 4th International Conference on Quality Management and Development in the Field of Higher Education [Internationale Tagung des Österreichischen Netzwerks für Qualitätsmanagement und Qualitätsentwicklung im Hochschulbereich], Vienna, Austria, February 15-16.

Zabavnik Piano, J., Jakovac Strajn, B., Brankovič, J., & Lukša, N. (2018). The European Toolkit for Internal Quality Management in Competence-Based Higher Education – How to motivate stakeholders. Workshop held at the International Scientific Conference ‘Internationalisation Enhancing Quality of Learning and Teaching‘, Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia, March 2.

Finsterwald, M., Ledermüller, K., Overberg, J., Zeeh, J., & Bergsmann, E. (2017). The European Toolkit for Internal Quality Management in Competence-Based Higher Education. An application-oriented workshop. Workshop held at the 12th European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF), Riga, Latvia, November 23-25.

Presentations

Finsterwald, M., Klug, J., Ledermüller, K., Zeeh, J., Keller, P., & Bergsmann, E. (2018). Implementation of the European Toolkit for Internal Quality Management in Competence-Based Higher Education. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Forum of The European Higher Education Society: Linking research, policy and practice (EAIR), Budapest, Hungary, August 26-29.

Finsterwald, M. (2018). Internal Quality Management: Evaluating and Improving Higher Education. Paper presented at the 31th General Assembly of the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE), Hannover, Germany, June 1.

Overberg, J., Broens, A., Günther, A., Stroth, C., Knecht, R., Golba, M. & Röbken, H. (2017): A new internal quality management procedure in competence-based higher education – A pilot study developed with the Postgraduate Programme Renewable Energy. Paper presented a the 12th International Symposium on Renewable Energy Education. Strömstad, June, 19-21.

Papers related to IQM-HE

Bergsmann, E., Klug, J., Burger, C., Först, N., & Spiel, C. (2018). The competence screening questionnaire for higher education: Adaptable to the needs of a study programme. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 43, 537-554. doi: 10.1080/02602938.2017.1378617

Bergsmann, E., Schultes, M.-T., Winter, P., Schober, B., & Spiel C. (2015). Evaluation of competence-based teaching in higher education: From theory to practice. Evaluation and Program Planning, 52, 1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2015.03.001

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CONTACT

If you have any questions or need further information, please contact the former project coordinator Mag. Dr. Evelyn Bergsmann

contact@iqm-he.eu

We also provide workshops, in-house training and counselling.