Welcome to the October 2012 edition of New in HEDBIB.
New in HEDBIB provides references of monographs, documents, reports and periodical articles entered recently into HEDBIB, the International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education (http://hedbib.iau-aiu.net). HEDBIB has been managed by the International Association of Universities (IAU) since 1988, with contributions from UNESCO Headquarters; UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP); International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America (IESALC).
This issue of New in HEDBIB includes references from new Contributing Partners and IAU Member organisations: Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF); Southern African Regional Universities Association (SARUA); Union de Universidades de América Latina (UDUAL); Higher Education South Africa (HESA); and Associació Catalana d'Universitats Públiques (ACUP).
The first part of New in HEDBIB is divided into a number of main themes which reflect the IAU priority themes:
- Access and Success in Higher Education; Higher education and Social Responsibility / Education for All; Intercultural Dialogue; Sustainable Development; Research and Doctoral Education; and Internationalization. These references are further grouped by region. The second part of New in HEDBIB comprises all other references headed by their main keyword.
Each issue of New in HEDBIB is supplemented by the IAU monthly selection ‘We Recommend”, providing a close-up of one or more recent publications chosen by the IAU-UNESCO Information Centre on Higher Education.
Hard copies of documents which have a classmark number are available within the IAU-UNESCO Information Centre on Higher Education. The majority of the periodical articles are from periodicals which are also available at the IAU.
References with the classmark P are contributed by our Partner organizations. Where available, a link to the electronic document is included.
New in HEDBIB is produced five times a year. New in HEDBIB is sent to IAU Members and partner organizations and also made available on the IAU Website. For more information about New in HEDBIB, HEDBIB, to provide your feedback, or for specific information services, please contact Amanda Sudic, IAU Librarian / Documentalist (email@example.com).