Discovering the Arising and Fading Issues of Higher Education through Content Analysis of Publications

Discovering the Arising and Fading Issues of Higher Education through Content Analysis of Publications
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In this research study, Assoc. Prof. Dr. S phan Nasir from Istanbul University analyzed and reviewed 57 journals about higher education

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Slide1Discovering the Arising and FadingI ssues  of   H igher  E ducation  through Content Analysis of P ublications Assoc. Prof. Dr. Süphan NASIR Istanbul University

Slide2Higher Education Journals Search « Higher Education »  in the journal title through  major  electronic databases  Review reveals 57 journals about Higher Education  T aylor  & Francis  – 14  Wiley Group-6

Slide3Higher Education Journals Higher Education  Recruitment & Retention in HE  Black Issues in HE  Innovative HE  Journal of Hispanic HE  Int. Journal of Sustainability in HE  Women in HE  Internet & HE T aylor  & Francis Higher Education In Europe Higher Education Research & Development Journal of Continuing Higher Education Journal of Further And Higher Education Journal of Geography In Higher Education Journal of Marketing For Higher Education Perspectives: Policy And Practice In Higher Education Quality In Higher Education Quest (National Association For Physical Education In Higher Education) Assessment & Evaluation In Higher Education Journal of Higher Education Policy And Management Studies In Higher Education Teaching In Higher Education

Slide4Yükseköğretim Dergisi (Journal of HigherEducation) • Editors-in-Chief: – Prof. Dr. Yunus Söylet – Prof. Dr. Recep Öztürk • Associate Editors – Prof. Dr.  Salih M. Akkın – Assoc. Prof. Dr. Süphan Nasır • Published since 2011 • P ublished by Higher Education Strategy and Research Association ( YÖSAD ) • Open access • P ublished three times • English-Turkish

Slide5Yükseköğretim Dergisi (Journal of HigherEducation) • 13   Articles published in  2011 • 22  Articles published in  2012 • 21  Articles published in  2013 • A total of  56  Articles published between 2011-2013

Slide6Yükseköğretim Dergisi (Journal of HigherEducation) 86 Submissions 35 of them written in English 21 of them comes from abroad UK USA Brazil Bulgaria Ireland Germany Iran  India UAE Uganda Netherlands Acceptance rate is approx. 75%

Slide7Yükseköğretim ve Bilim Dergisi (Journal ofHigher Education and Science) • Editor-in-Chief: – Şükrü Oğuz Özdamar • Published since 2011 • Published by  Bülent Ecevit Üniversitesi • Open access • P ublished three times

Slide8Yükseköğretim Dergisi (Journal of HigherEducation and Science) • 25  Articles published in  2011 • 37  Articles published in  2012 • 31   Articles published in  2013 • A total of  93  Articles published between 2010-2013 • 1 special issues about: – Re-Structuring in Higher Education & Law of Turkish Higher Education

Slide9Yükseköğretim Dergisi (Journal of HigherEducation and Science) • Most appeared topics are: • Approx. 35% is related with  Education System – 40% is related with  Quality assurance system, Accreditation, Qualifications – 15% is related with  Graduate Studies • Approx. 20% is related with  Re-structuring of Universities • Students in HE, Scholars in HE, Evolution of HE are equally distributed approx. 10%

Slide10LEARNING AND TEACHING IN HIGHEREDUCATION: GULF PERSPECTIVES • P eer reviewed journal published by  Zayed University Press , • Editor-in-Chief Dr. David Palfreyman, Zayed University • S cope of journal deals with all learning and teaching issues in HE in the Persian/Arabian Gulf region. • P ublished twice yearly • O pen access • P ublished  by  Zayed University Press ,  since 2010

Slide11LEARNING AND TEACHING IN HIGHEREDUCATION: GULF PERSPECTIVES • 6 Articles published in 2010 , • 6 Articles published in 2011 • 8 Articles published in 2012 , • 13 Articles published in 2013 • A total of 33 Articles published between 2010-2013 • 2 special issues about: – GENDER IN HIGHER LEARNING AND TEACHING IN THE ARAB GULF – MOBILE LEARNING: GULF PERSPECTIVES

Slide12Higher Education Issues in the USA• R eview the articles published in Journal of Higher Education  in order to identify the trends, transformation and issues of HE over the past 3 decades • Journal of HE was founded in 1930 • The period of analysis is from 1980 to 2010 and a total of 882 articles reviewed. • Content of the articles published in this journal can give an idea about the contemporary issues and themes that are popular during a given period .

Slide13Theme Analysis of 882 Articles for the Period of1980-2010 * * Nasır,  Süphan   ve  Avunduk,  Z.  B.   (2011 ) .  "   The  Evolution  And  Transformation  Of  Higher  Education:  A  Content  Analysis  Of  Articles  Published  In  Journal  Of  Higher Education",  "Uluslararası  Yükseköğretim  Kongresi:  Yeni  Yönelişler  ve  Sorunlar  (UYK-2011)" ,  27-29  Mayıs  İstanbul.

Slide14Change and Trend Analysis of HE  Themes Over The Past Three Decades * * Nasır,  Süphan   ve  Avunduk,  Z.  B.   (2011 ) .  "   The  Evolution  And  Transformation  Of  Higher  Education:  A  Content  Analysis  Of  Articles  Published  In  Journal  Of  Higher Education",  "Uluslararası  Yükseköğretim  Kongresi:  Yeni  Yönelişler  ve  Sorunlar  (UYK-2011)" ,  27-29  Mayıs  İstanbul.

Slide15Change and Trend Analysis of HE  Themes Over The Past Three Decades

Slide16Change and Trend Analysis of HE  Themes Over The Past Three Decades

Slide17Comparison of HE Issues of USA-Turkey –Arabian Gulf Region USA USA Arabian-Gulf Region Arabian-Gulf Region Turkey Turkey Journal of HE Learning & Teaching in HE Gulf Perspectives Yükseköğretim Dergisi • Students in HE (30%) • Scholars in HE (20%) • Learninig & Teaching (12%) • Management& Administration in HE (12%) • Evolution of HE (10%) • Research & Developmnet (5%) • Technology Adoption in Learning and Teaching • Teaching & learning in English/non-native language • Learning styles to improve students’ skills • Learning & Teaching (30%) • Evolution of HE (20%) • Management & Administration in HE (15%) • Restructuring of HE (15%) • Research & Development (15%) Most Discussed HE Issues

Slide18Competitive Strategy: Service Profit Chain• Workplace • Job design • Employee selection • Rewards systems • Tools for serving customers Internal Service Quality • Employee retention • Employee productivity Employee Satisfaction • Customer satisfaction • Customer retention External Service Value • Sales • Profitability Revenue Growth Figure Service Profit Chain Source:  Adapted from Heskett, J. L., Jones, T.O., Loveman, G. W., Sasser, W. E. & Schlesinger, L. A. (2008). Putting the service-profit chain to work.  Harvard business review , July-August, 118-129

Slide19Service Profit Chain for HE: Focus onDelivering Excellent Student Experience • Workplace • Job design • Faculty selection • Rewards systems • Tools for serving students Internal Service Quality • Faculty retention • Faculty productivity Faculty Satisfaction • Student satisfaction • Student retention Student Experience • Admission growth • Profitability Admission Growth Figure Service Profit Chain Source:  Adapted from Heskett, J. L., Jones, T.O., Loveman, G. W., Sasser, W. E. & Schlesinger, L. A. (2008). Putting the service-profit chain to work.  Harvard business review , July-August, 118-129 Turkey USA FOCUS