RIHE International Seminar Reports No.4

Title Comparative Approaches to Higher Education – Curriculum, Teaching and Innovations in an Age of Financial Difficulties – (Reports of the Hiroshima/OECD Meetings of Experts)
Author(s) Research Institute for Higher Education,Hiroshima University
Publication Date 1983 – 12
Page-Size 240
Volume 4
Contents Part I Higher Education in the International Age
1. The Role of the University in International Understanding / Michio Nagai
2. The “Internationalization” of Higher Education in Japan / Kazuyuki Kitamura
Part II Curriculum and Teaching
3. Who Owns the University Curriculum? / A. H. Halsey
4. Curriculum Reform in Hiroshima University — The Case of the Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences / Hisashi Shikibu
5. Curriculum and Instruction in Colleges and Universities / Paul L. Dressel
6. Pilot Institutes for Higher Education Reform in Korea / Jeung Rhee
7. Innovations in American Higher Education: Curriculum and Teaching / Philip G. Altbach
8. Improvements in College Teaching in the United Kingdom / Roy Cox
Part III Reforms and Innovations
9. Comparative University Reform / Philip G. Altbach
10. Innovation of Higher Education in Japan: The Case of the University of Tsukuba / Sho Takakura
11. A Strategy for Innovation of Chungnam National University — A Korean Case / Myong-Won Suhr
12. Reforms in Chinese Higher Education / Cheng Su
13. Innovations in Thai Higher Education / Iam Chaya-Ngam
14. Staff Development in Higher Education — Experience in Britain / Roy Cox
Part IV Open Universities and Adult Education
15. Sukhothai Thammathirat — Thailand’s Open Univesity / Iam Chaya-Ngam
16. History and Prospect of the Korean Air and Correspondence College / Myong-Won Suhr
17. Adult Learning in Japanese Higher Education: A Consideration of Economic Aspects / Masakazu Yano
Part V Higher Education in the Age of Financial Difficulties
18. Japanese Higher Education in an Age of Financial Difficulties / Morikazu Ushiogi
19. On the Financial Troubles of Universities / A. H. Halsey
20. Financing Problems for Higher Education in Korea / Jeung Rhee
21. Higher Education in the Age of Financial Difficulties / Paul L. Dressel