Council for Renewal of Higher Education
The Swedish Council for Renewal of Undergraduate Education was established by the Swedish Parliament on 1st July 1990, and became a permanent National Agency in 1993. Since 1st July 1995 the Council is an integral part of the National Agency for Higher Education. Since October 1999 postgraduate education is included in the Council's responsibilities which has led to a change of name. The purpose of the Council for Renewal of Higher Education is to promote and support efforts to develop quality and renewal of higher education. The three main activities of the council are:
Some specific objectives of the Council are to:
Currently funded projects include 'Hypermedia and Communications for Active Learning', 'New Forms of Assessment in Mathematics and Computer Science', 'Interactive Distance Education in Multimedia' and 'Computer Assisted Education in Radiographic Techniques for Dental Students'.
CAL-laborate Volume 8 June 2002
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