Building the tertiary institution business enhancement measurement model
Hamilton, John, and Tee, Singwhat (2009) Building the tertiary institution business enhancement measurement model. E-Business Review, IX. pp. 69-74.
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Tertiary institutions are moving towards more flexible learning environments. Relationships between tertiary learning modes and student outcomes, or the influences between student outcomes and the delivered contributions of graduate students in the workplace have been approached indirectly by a range of partial studies. This paper employs a holistic view, and develops a Business Value Enhancement Measurement Model, which maps the tertiary institution learning offerings or modes into student learning outcomes, and then maps these via graduate students, into to a business enhancement approach. This paper sets the frameworks for tertiary institutions to more closely align their educational learning solutions towards business requirements, and possibly to enhance its graduate student’s employability.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||learning modes; tertiary education; business linkages graduate outcomes|
Reproduced with permission from the International Academy of E-commerce.
|Date Deposited:||05 Aug 2009 03:11|
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