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The Audio

INSTRUCTION TO THE USE OF THE AUDIO

1. Download the file and unzip
2. Open the file with a program that can read mp3 format
3. Hear the audio (timing here below)

 

File to download in Zip format:
P1 - 94,6 MB
P2 - 95,3 MB
P3 - 86,8 MB
P4 - 57,8 MB

 

Welcome remarks

P100m35sec

Ivano Dionigi, Rector of the University of Bologna, Italy

Highlights of the Observatory Activities

P104m22sec

Üstün Ergüder, President of the Magna Charta Observatory Council

P110m19sec

Öktem Vardar, Secretary General of the Magna Charta Observatory

 

Keynote Speech

P118m05sec

Hans Van Ginkel, Honorary Professor, Utrecht University, Netherlands

 

1st Session: Introduction

Report from the US: Impacts on Academic Freedom and Autonomy of Accreditation, State Quality Assurance Processes, and the Ratings Game

P146m37sec

Robert Berdahl, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, USA

P11h27m07sec

Interventions from the Audience

Moderated by: Andrei Marga, Magna Charta Observatory Council

 

2nd Session: Quality Assurance and Rankings

Quality Assurance – Friend or Foe?

P202m50sec

Peter Williams, former President, ENQA and former Chief Executive, QAA, UK

Panel: Ranking and classification of universities: possible implications for institutional autonomy

P234m22sec

Ellen Hazelkorn, Vice-President, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland

P246m10sec

Gero Federkeil, Vice-President IREG – Observatory on Academic Rankings and Excellence - Centre for Higher Education Development, Germany

P21h00m31sec

Fiorella Kostoris, Governing Council, Italian Quality Assurance Agency – ANVUR

P21h11m47sec

Allan Päll, Chairperson, European Students’ Union, Brussels

P21h24m53sec

Interventions from the Audience

Moderated by: André Oosterlinck, Magna Charta Observatory Council

 

3rd Session: Quality Assurance versus Academic Freedom

Introduction: Does Quality Assurance violate Academic Freedom? A Case Study

P300m00sec

Jens Jungblut, Magna Charta Observatory Council

Panel: Does Quality Assurance Threaten Institutional Autonomy and Academic Freedom?

P304m23sec

Colin Tück, Director, European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education – EQAR, Brussels, Belgium

P317m52sec

Lewis Purser, Director of Academic Affairs, Irish Universities Association, Dublin, Ireland

P336m20sec

Judith Eaton, President, Council for Higher Education Accreditation, USA

P354m58sec

Lee Harvey, Professor Emeritus Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

P31h08m50sec

Interventions from the Audience

Moderated by: Jens Jungblut, Magna Charta Observatory Council

 

4th Session: New Circumstances Under Which Higher Education Institutions Operate

P404m58sec

Amr Ezzat Salama, Former Minister on Scientific Research, Science and Technology

P433m40sec

Interventions from the Audience

Moderated by: Aleksa Bjeliš, Vice-President of the Magna Charta Observatory