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Looking back to look forward: ten years of team

Abstract

The article analyses the content of articles published in TEAM in the period from 1995 to 2004. Central themes are highlighted, and it is discussed how these have developed and have been transformed over the decade. In the conclusion, gaps in knowledge about certain aspects of higher education are identified.

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Correspondence to Barbara M. Kehm.

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Kehm, B.M. Looking back to look forward: ten years of team. Tert Educ Manag 11, 93–110 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11233-004-6995-7

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Keywords

  • High Education
  • Education Research
  • Central Theme
  • Article Analyse