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Academic Profession in Knowledge-based Society (APIKS)

The Academic Profession in the Knowledge-Based Society (APIKS) is a study examining changes in the world of academic work in over 20 countries. The results offer the opportunity to examine the changing nature of work at universities and other higher education institutions both nationally and internationally. The survey is divided into six themes: career and professional status, general situation at work, teaching, research, societal interaction, and administration and management. Over the last few years, the Academic Profession in the Knowledge Society (APIKS) has been created through the work of country teams.

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Belongs to: The Department of Learning in Engineering Sciences
Last changed: May 07, 2021
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