The necessity of University evaluation derives from ethical and deontological issues, linked to the autonomy that is a necessary feature of the University, since its foundations. Nevertheless, it is not «the University» as a whole to be evaluated, but those specific components and activities, in which the scientific interests of professors must be coherent with the interests of other stakeholders (students, colleagues, public institutions, society) by clearly defined rules and objectives. Evaluation is strongly tied to autonomy, by means of the accountability that every autonomous institutions must warrant. Unfortunately, the recent University reform law does not propose evaluation as an instrument of accountability and as a tool to make Universities responsible, but as an instrument of their external control.
|Titolo:||LE RAGIONI DELLE REGOLE PER LA VALUTAZIONE DELL’UNIVERSITA': PER UN’ETICA DELLA PRATICA ACCADEMICA|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|