Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 31 Issue 4


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Quality of the accounting programmes of private universities in Ghana: alumni group perspectives

Ernest Bruce-Twum

Private universities in Ghana are perceived to offer low-quality education, even though the few studies conducted have produced contradictory findings. In addition to the paucity…

Universities and innovation – the case of hybrid courses

Satyendra C. Pandey, Swati Panda

Hybrid learning, integrating online methods of instruction with face-to-face learning methods, has recently gained increased attention. The literature on pedagogy and course…

In-service training for improving the implementation of competency-based curriculum in English foreign language teaching: is planning effective?

Enitha M. Msamba, Erasmus A. Msuya, William A.L. Anangisye

In Tanzania, in-service training was implemented to facilitate teachers understanding and implementation of the competency-based curriculum in the English language. This study…

Using assurance of learning data to assess business students’ research skills

Angelito Calma

Skills development for business students is increasingly becoming more important in business education and the workplace. In this paper, students’ research skills are examined…

The nexus between leadership styles and organizational performance: the mediating role of quality culture

Shahzaf Iqbal, Che Azlan Bin Taib, Mohd. Rizal Razalli

This study aims to investigate the mediating role of quality culture (QC) between transformational leadership (TFL), transactional leadership (TNL) and organizational performance…

Assurance of learning in business education – what exactly are we assuring, and whose business should it be?

Aaron Tham, Margarietha de Villiers Scheepers, Anthony Grace, Ann Suwaree Ashton

This paper aims to critically evaluate the evolution of Assurance of Learning (AoL) in business education and identify gaps and responsibilities in higher institution landscapes…

Closed formula of test length required for adaptive testing with medium probability of solution

Judit T. Kárász, Krisztián Széll, Szabolcs Takács

Based on the general formula, which depends on the length and difficulty of the test, the number of respondents and the number of ability levels, this study aims to provide a…

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