ボーダーフリー大学における学士課程教育の質保証の実現可能性 : 学部長調査からみえる教育の質保証の実態
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Quality Assurance for Undergraduate Programs at Low-prestige Universities: Actual Situations of Quality Assurance
This paper explores actual situations of quality assurance for undergraduate programs at low-prestige universities, based on a questionnaire survey designed to verify the progress of various efforts towards the realization of quality assurance. The findings are as follows.
Firstly, the proportion of newly-enrolled students with learning problems does not change significantly according to the extent to which a university faces serious situations of a shortage of students. However, the share of students who may have disabilities changes significantly depending the seriousness of the situation. The more serious the situations are, the higher the share is.
Secondly, whether a department actively undertakes reforms toward the realization of quality assurance does not change significantly depending on the seriousness of its situation. However, whether a department can realize quality assurance changes significantly depending on whether it is in a serious situation, and it becomes progressively harder to realize such changes under dire circumstances.
Thirdly, whether a department undertakes various efforts toward the realization of quality assurance does not change significantly according to its situation. Even the efforts that changes significantly according to its situation are not necessarily undertaken in departments in a serious situation.
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