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AU’S Strategies Toward Integrating Research with Student Learning: Ahlia University Model

  • Ahlam Hassan
  • Esra AlDhaen
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Abstract

This paper presents Ahlia University research skills framework that was developed and adapted to assure integration of research as a major skill as part of teaching, learning, delivery, and assessment. The paper will provide an oversight from the extensive literature review on the basis of development of the adapted framework and demonstration of number of courses with A2 integration. As a conclusion areas for further investigation were drawn in particular in the GCC context that requires attention by HEIs and researchers.

Keywords

Higher Education Institution (HEI) Ahlia University (AU) 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Office of the ProvostUniversity of South CarolinaColumbiaUSA

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