Addressing the quality gap of higher education institutions in the global south: A case study of blended learning in Cambodia

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Abstract

Higher education institutions in the global south face the same challenge as those in the global north of preparing graduates that are relevant to the knowledge-based global economy. However, due to the rural/remote-urban divide and a lack of a robust national quality assurance framework in the global south, there is a quality gap among its higher education institutions with respect to student learning engagement and outcomes. Based on a case study of three higher education institutions (one flagship institution in the capital city and two institutions in the rural areas) in Cambodia, this presentation examines how blended learning has been adopted by the three institutions to address this quality gap. Copyright © 2018 ICET.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2018

Citation

Lim, C. P. (2018, May). Addressing the quality gap of higher education institutions in the global south: A case study of blended learning in Cambodia. Paper presented at the International Conference on Education and Technology (ICET 2018): The Future of Educational Technology: Evolution or Revolution? Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

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