Higher Education Evaluation and Development (HEED)

Higher Education Evaluation and Development (HEED) is a quality English journal founded by HEEACT and has been jointly published with Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN) since 2014, thus becoming APQN’s membership journal. HEED welcomes quality papers from subjects of:
• Higher education and development
• Quality assurance and evaluation in higher education
• Research development of higher education and its practices
• Other topics related higher education and development.

The latest issue, Volume 11.1, is composed of four insightful articles, which are published as open access and are free to download via:


Institutional research as a bridge: Aligning institutional internal data needs and external information requirements a strategic view
Author: Chester D. Haskell (pp. 2 - 11)

A comparative study of student mobility programs in SEAMEO-RIHED, UMAP, and Campus Asia: Regulation, challenges, and impacts on higher education regionalization
Authors: Angela Yung Chi Hou, Christopher Hill, Karen Hui-Jung Chen, Sandy Tsai, Vivian Chen (pp. 12 - 24)

The development of Malaysian universities: Exploring characteristics emerging from interaction between Western academic models and traditional and local cultures
Authors: Molly Lee, Morshidi Sirat, Chang Da Wan (pp. 25 - 37)

Development of the college-attendance value scale for second-year students in Taiwan
Authors: Ming-chia Lin, Eric S. Lin (pp. 38 - 54)

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