Tracking Learners’ and Graduates’ Progression Paths – TRACKIT
This publication of the European University Association (EUA) is entitled “Tracking Learners’ and Graduates’ Progression Paths – TRACKIT”, and it is the result a two-year long project. This project has involved a qualitative survey in 31 countries, a series of focus groups, and site visits to 23 European universities in 11 countries. It was co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union, and was undertaken by a consortium involving EUA, the Irish Universities Association/UCD Geary Institute, Hochschul-Informations-System GmbH (HIS), Lund University (Sweden), the University of Peloponnese/Centre for Social and Educational Policy Studies (Greece), and Aarhus University (Denmark).
This research project was started with the objective to learn about the drivers, mechanisms and impact of tracking procedures applied by universities, national agencies and researchers, and their effect on universities and their members. The results of the research, in the shape of this report, were presented during the EAIE Conference in Dublin. Tracking students and graduates is very important for universities that want to commit to providing a high quality education to their diverse student population.
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