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Motivacija akademskega osebja za mobilnost: Primer programa Erasmus+ : Primer programa Erasmus+
Grigić, Božidar (Author), Deželan, Tomaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Erasmus+, program Evropske unije, je že več kot 30 let ključni mehanizem v procesih internacionalizacije visokošolskih izobraževalnih organizacij v evropskem prostoru. Preko aktivnosti programa so organizacije razvijale svoje strategije, procese in aktivnosti v smeri podpiranja in krepitve mednarodnih sodelovanj ter internacionalizacije na splošno. Čeprav je Erasmus+ najbolj znan po omogočanju študentskih mednarodnih mobilnosti, pa spodbuja in finančno podpira tudi mobilnosti osebja zaposlenih v organizacijah terciarnega izobraževanja ter na ta način lahko vpliva na njihov karierni in strokovni razvoj. V magistrskem delu ugotavljam, kakšni so motivi akademskega osebja za izvedbo Erasmus+ mobilnosti in kako so povezani z učinki mobilnosti. Na podlagi teorij motivacije, ureditve akademskega poklica v slovenskem visokošolskem sistemu ter obstoječih raziskav učinkov programa Erasmus+ interpretiram rezultate analize vprašalnikov oziroma poročil udeležencev mobilnosti v programskem obdobju med letoma 2014 in 2020, katere pa dopolnim še z ugotovitvami iz fokusne skupine, opravljene s petimi udeleženci mobilnosti iz treh slovenskih univerz. Motive za mobilnost lahko razlikujemo glede na pozicijo akademskega osebja oziroma njihove kariere. Pri tistih na začetku kariere bo motivacija za mobilnosti vezana na vzpostavitev stikov, grajenje mednarodne mreže ter krepitev sodelovanja s partnersko organizacijo, kar posledično vodi k novim projektom, poglobljenemu delu na področju in nastanku mednarodnih objav, kar lahko vpliva na njihov karierni razvoj. Pri uveljavljenemu osebju so motivi bolj povezani s krepitvijo sodelovanja in ohranjanja obstoječih mrež z namenom poglabljanja znanja na področju ter krepitvijo kakovosti poučevanja in raziskovanja, prenosom znanja na študente in ostale ter krepitvijo ugleda institucije.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:motivacija, mobilnost, akademsko osebje, učinki, internacionalizacija
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2021
Publisher:[B. Grigić]
Number of pages:76 str.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:378:061.1EU(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:80926979 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Motivation of academic staff for mobility: Case study Erasmus+ programme : magistrsko delo
Abstract:
For over 30 years, European Union programme Erasmus+ plays a key role in internationalisation of European higher education institutions, which have developed their strategies, processes and activities to support and strengthen international cooperation and internationalisation in general through Erasmus+ activities. Despite being mostly connected to mobilities for students, Erasmus+ supports also higher education staff mobility to impact their professional and career development. What are the motives of academic staff to attend the mobility and how are these connected to impact of their experience is the main question of the thesis. Based on the motivation theories, national regulation of academic profession in higher education system and existing research about the impact of Erasmus+, I interpret the results of the analysis of questionnaires of Erasmus+ mobility participants from programme period 2014 – 2020. Which are supplemented by the findings from focus group with mobile teachers from Slovenian universities. We can differentiate motives based on the seniority of the academic staff. For junior staff motivation is connected to building up contacts, expending networks and reinforcing cooperation with partner institutions that usually leads to new projects, deeper research work in the field and new international scientific publications that can influence their career development. For senior staff motives are connected with reinforcement of the collaboration, to maintain and strengthen the network with the intention to further deepen the knowledge in the field, to improve the quality of teaching and research, to share knowledge with students and to reinforce the reputation of the institution.

Keywords:motivation, mobility, academic staff, impact, internationalisation

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