Implications of 'Dimensions of Quality' in a market environment

Do prospective students get the information they need to assess what can be gained from attending a particular higher education institution? Professor Gibbs' highly influential 2010 report, “Dimensions of Quality”, found that student outcomes can be affected by the way that institutions choose to use available resources; class size, the level of student effort, the teacher who is delivering a course or module, and the quantity and quality of feedback.

Professor Gibbs' new report examines how the HE community can apply the dimensions of quality he identified in 2010 to make a real difference to the student experience and to inform students’ decision-making about where they study.

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