Scholarly Activity in Provider Context
Keywords:scholarly activity, college higher education
College-based Higher Education (CBHE) is contributing positively to raising the profile of its scholarly activities. Rather than seeking to directly emulate more traditional universities, there is evidence that CBHE scholarly activity is much more closely tied to its unique provider context. But, in the process, CBHE is also contributing to debates about widening the scope of research and scholarship throughout higher education.
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