Navigating a Pathway to Partnership through Turbulent Seas of Adversity

Navigating a Pathway to Partnership through Turbulent Seas of Adversity

Paul Breen (INTO University of East Anglia, United Kingdom), Magdalena De Stefani (Instituto Cultural Anglo-Uruguayo, Uruguay) and Achilleas Kostoulas (Technological Educational Institute of Epirus, Greece)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-599-5.ch017
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Abstract

Many adult professionals no longer have the time or finances to engage in full time, on site study, and as a consequence are seeking flexible alternatives. Some institutions have been slow to react to this change. The organisation described herein has been quicker to react but this movement towards change also poses its own unique issues. These issues are discussed and analysed by three students who have participated in a part-time programme of doctoral studies while embedded in their research context. But, one of the drawbacks of conducting a study such as this though is the contemporary lack of statistics on the actual dichotomy of provision between conventional and alternative modes of teaching in the higher education sector. The reason for this is that higher education organisations in Britain operate in a competitive and individualised manner rather than as a cohesive block.

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