Mapping and Critical Synthesis of Current State-of-the-Art on Community Engagement in Higher Education (2018)

Paul Benneworth, Bojana Ćulum, Thomas Farnell, Frans Kaiser, Marco Seeber, Ninoslav Šćukanec, Hans Vossensteyn & Don Westerheijden

This publication defines the concept of community engagement in higher education and its role in contemporary debates about the role of higher education in the 21st century and maps international initiatives and projects that have attempted to develop frameworks for monitoring/measuring community engagement. The publication identifies the needs, gaps and opportunities for a European framework for community engagement of higher education.

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Policy brief: A European Framework for Community Engagement in Higher Education: Why and How?

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Policy brief summarising the findings of the first TEFCE publication 'Mapping and Critical Synthesis of Current State-of-the-Art on Community Engagement in Higher Education' (2018)

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Mapping and Critical Synthesis of Current State-of-the-Art on Community Engagement in Higher Education (2018)

Paul Benneworth, Bojana Ćulum, Thomas Farnell, Frans Kaiser, Marco Seeber, Ninoslav Šćukanec, Hans Vossensteyn & Don Westerheijden

This publication defines the concept of community engagement in higher education and its role in contemporary debates about the role of higher education in the 21st century and maps international initiatives and projects that have attempted to develop frameworks for monitoring/measuring community engagement. The publication identifies the needs, gaps and opportunities for a European framework for community engagement of higher education.

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