Publications

 

Article about CARPE

Kettunen, J. (2015). CARPE: The European strategic network in higher education, UAS Journal, No 3, https://arkisto.uasjournal.fi/uasjournal_2015-3/kettunen.htmlamk-lehti-uas-journal

 

 

Article about the strategy of CARPE

Kettunen, (2016). The strategy of the innovation alliance in higher education, International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 10(4), 1128-1132. http://waset.org/publications/10004245/the-strategy-of-the-innovation-alliance-in-higher-education

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Article about quality and quantity in CARPE

Kettunen, J. (2016). Quality and quantity in the strategic network of higher education institutions, International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business and Industrial Engineering, 10(4), 1170-1174. http://waset.org/Publication/quality-and-quantity-in-the-strategic-network-of-higher-education-institutions/10004274

 

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Article about innovation alliances and communities in higher education

Kettunen, J. (2016). Open innovation alliances and communities in higher education, Business Education & Accreditation, 8(1), 15-26. http://www.theibfr.com/beasample.htm

 

 

 

 

Towards successful European Societies – The social and economic significance of universities of applied sciences: CARPE Conference 2015 in TurkuConference publication 2015

Authors: Juha Kettunen, Sanna Juola, Pia Suonpää, Jaana Liman, Saija Vanhanen, Hannele Mikkola, Anu Härkönen, Jaana Heinonen, Aulikki Holma, Aino Alastalo & Irina Voronova

The 3rd biennale CARPE conference was hosted by Turku University of Applied Sciences from the 18th to the 20th of May 2015 with over 220 delegates in attendance, including teachers, other staff and students of the member institutions. The conference was an important opportunity for staff and students from the institutions of the Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education (CARPE) to come together and share expertise in research, development, innovations and teaching.

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CARPE article about strategic networks

Kettunen, J. (2015). Strategic networks of higher education institutions:
Evidence from Europe, Business Education & Accreditation, 7(1), 87-95.

The purpose of this study is to present the establishment, activities and the results of the Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education, which is the strategic network of higher education institutions. The study analyses the role of trust in strategic partnerships and the benefits of networking. The concept of trust has been used to plan the structure of the strategic network and create a cohesive network with common interests. The strategic network promoted student and staff exchange, research and development projects and the sharing of knowledge and good  http://www.theibfr.com/beasample.htmpractices. The consortium is the first strategic network of its kind established by five European universities of applied sciences. The findings of this study are useful
to the administrators of educational institutions as they improve internationalization and
institutional performance.

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CARPE article about learning and teaching http://www.tojqih.net/pdf/v02i02/v02i02-06.pdf

Kettunen, J. (2015). Learning and teaching in the European strategic network,
The Online Journal of Quality in Higher Education, 2(2), 57-64.

The purpose of this study is to describe the educational development of the European strategic network of higher education institutions. The Consortium on Applied Research and Professional Education was established to promote the collaboration of five universities of applied sciences. The study analyses the learning and teaching modes using the approaches of blended learning and innovation pedagogy and describes their usability in the strategic network of higher education institutions. The strategic network promotes student and staff exchange, conferences and joint research and development projects. There are also emerging joint educational programmes and ideas to expand the educational programmes to achieve joint degrees. The findings of this study are useful to those who aim to improve collaboration in international networks and improve institutional performance.

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Proceedings from the first CARPE networking conference in Utrecht on 2-4 November 2011.carpe_proceedings_leaflet

This collection is based on the first CARPE conference held in Utrecht on 2-4 November 2011. CARPE is a European strategic network aiming at joint applied research and development as well as pedagogical development in the fields of professional education. The current members of the network are HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Universitat Politècnica de València and Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, but the conference was also attended by staff members from the Manchester Metropolitan University.

This publication is hoped to promote a wide range of joint research and development projects. With active participation in the projects funded by the European Union and other funding bodies, the future of the CARPE network will be fruitful, enabling the universities of applied sciences to increase the competitive advantage of Europe.

Applied Research and professional education (2012)

  • Research  Reports from Turku University of Applied Sciences 36
  • 366 pages
  • ISBN 978-952-216-250-2
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  • Printed copies can be ordered here.

 

article_collection_coverArticle collection

“Pedagogical views on innovation competences and entrepreneurship”, an article collection featuring authors from every CARPE university, is now available online! Download the collection.

A printed copy can be bought from the online bookstore of Turku University of Applied Sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Report CARPE Conference Manchester 2013voorblad CARPE conference report MMU

The 2nd Biennial CARPE conference was hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University from the 4th – 6th of November 2013 with over 150 delegates in attendance, including executive members  of the partner institutions. This conference was an important opportunity for staff from across the CARPE institutions to come together and share expertise on research and teaching. To facilitate that process, it was organised into a series of themes reflecting major areas of collaboration for  CARPE, with 90 papers and 22 poster presentations being received across the different themes.

The conference report contains an overview of topics discussed, links to papers presented and conclusions about opportunities for future collaboration.