Objectives

The purpose of the ORACLE project is to promote a structure responsible for analysing, contrasting and proposing actions directed at improving university quality and equity: the Regional Observatory that will be created by linking each of the Quality and Equity Units formed in the different universities.
1
Creating the appropriate organizational conditions in order to incorporate an Institutional Equity Observatory into the structure of each associated institution.
2
Providing the institutional observatory with organizational functionality (mission and vision, resources and relational dynamics).
3
Linking each institutional observatory with the Regional Observatory (ORACLE).
4
Diagnosing the different groups’ situation in relation to their functions in the context of higher education.
5
Creating models that will enable university quality to be assessed by linking it to equity in the access, development and success of all the strata involved.
6
Identifying the degree of equity with which tertiary education institutions design their policies and actions in their different roles.
7
Contributing to the organizational development and modernization of the region’s universities.
8
Applying and validating the institutional modernization and development model.
9
Institutionalizing and disseminating the profits and results.
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