Participants’ op-eds

We publish our participants’ op-eds about access, success and inclusion in higher education over on our ASEFEdu Medium blog.

Anthony GARTNER, Associate Director for Student Equity and AccessAbility Services at Swinburne University of Technology: Inclusion in Higher Education: What does it mean? 

Sandra NUŽDIĆ, Office Manager and Student Counsellor at the Office for Students with Disabilities, University of Rijeka: Leaving no one behind in Higher Education 

Dr Edizon A. FERMIN, Vice President for Academic Affairs of National Teacher’s College: “Haraya”: How visionary and imaginative learning pathways can help individuals succeed

Madelene HENRIKSGAARD, International Coordinator at Stockholm University: Digital technology: The future of face-to-face participation in higher education?

Son NGUYEN VAN, Lecturer at Thuyloi University: The promising future of underrepresented groups’ participation in higher education in the next 20 years

Gemma XARLES-JUBANY, Director Globalisation & Cooperation Unit, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC): eLearning to promote equitable access to quality higher education

Prita Ika DEWI, Head of Planning and Development Department, Universitas Ma Chung: Bridging the gap in diversity through collaboration between higher education institutions

Md. Fahad Bin ZAMAL, Associate Head and Assistant Professor, Daffodil University: Equal access to higher education: The driving force for transforming students’ lives in Bangladesh

Baiba PĒTERSONE, Director of International Department, Rīga Stradiņš University: Broadening underrepresented student group participation in international mobility

Newspapers and magazines

Special edition of the Orange Magazine by European Youth Press.

Coverage by The Student Newspaper at Edinburgh University.


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