The HEAD Foundation has launched a publication in partnership between the EU Support to Higher Education in the ASEAN Region (SHARE) and SEAMEO RIHED. It brings together leading thinkers elucidating their shared vision of a common space for higher education in Southeast Asia.
In this issue:
The Name of the Game in ASEAN Higher Education: Competition or Collaboration?
Reka Tozsa argues that while competition among higher education institutions is inevitable, they must first become collaborators. She offers three ways for them to excel in global competition by forging stronger partnerships.
Online and Virtual Learning Collaboration: The Case of the Indonesia Cyber Education Institution
Paulina Pannen and Basuki Hardjojo discuss the success factors and the constraints behind the Indonesia Cyber Education Institute (ICE Institute or ICE-I), which was designed to be a marketplace for online courses in Indonesia.
A Culture of Partnership and Cooperation: Key to Shaping the Future of Higher Education in Southeast Asia
Libing Wang calls for collective and concerted actions from higher education actors and stakeholders to address the interconnected nature of the current challenges facing humanity and the planet.
…and many more.
Read the full issue here.