Managing to Innovate in Higher Education

British Journal of Educational Studies 47 (2):145 - 156 (1999)
This paper reviews and discusses the nature of innovation in higher education teaching and learning. It traces a gradual shift from innovation generated predominantly at the local level to a form of innovation largely directed by the higher education institutions. It argues that the study of innovation demands that questions are asked about the nature and ownership of the innovation, its policy context and whose interests the innovation serves.
Keywords innovation  higher education  teaching  learning
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DOI 10.2307/3122197
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