Interview with Elaine El-Khawas
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22 de gen. 2008
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Elaine El-Khawas
Global University Network for Innovation

“Trust, legitimacy and understanding are the key elements for any higher education accreditation system”

Elaine El-Khawas talked to GUNI about the differences between the accreditation and quality assurance systems in the US, Canada and the rest of the world. She also talked about the future changes in the US quality assurance system.

 
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