U-Multirank

U-Multirank เป็นสถาบันการจัดอันดับสถาบันอุดมศึกษาที่ได้รับการพัฒนาและดำเนินการจากสหภาพยุโรป (The European Commission) และดำเนินการโดยนักวิชาการจากสถาบันการศึกษาในทวีปยุโรปได้แก่ The Centre for Higher Education (CHE) in Germany, The Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) at the University of Twente and the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) from Leiden University, both in the Netherlands, The Foundation for Knowledge and Development (Fundación CYD) in Spain ใช้ตัวชี้วัดเพื่อประเมินมหาวิทยาลัยต่าง ๆ ซึ่งจะประเมินทั้งในระดับสถาบันและแยกตามสาขาวิชาจากผลงาน 5 ด้าน ได้แก่

ด้านการเรียนการสอน (Teaching & Learning)

  1. Outreach programs (a rating indicator based on the existence of various forms of outreach programs to underrepresented groups of students)
  2. Pedagogiacally skilled teaching staff (a rating indicator looking on requirements to teaching staff to have certified pedagogical and didactical skills plus the percentage of teaching staff holding a recognized certificate of pedagogical and didactical skills)
  3. Digital education investment (Investment in digital education as a percentage of the total budget of the institute)
  4. Bachelor graduation rate (the percentages of new entrants that successfully completed their bachelor programme)
  5. Masters graduation rate (the percentages of new entrants that successfully completed their master programme)
  6. Graduating on time (bachelors) (the percentages of graduates within the time expected (normative time) of their bachelor programme)
  7. Graduating on time (masters) (the percentages of graduates within the time expected (normative time) of their master programme)
  8. Relative BA graduate unemployment (the percentages of bachelor graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation)
  9. Relative MA graduate unemployment (the percentages of master graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation)
  10. Relative graduate unemployment long first degree (the percentages of long first degree programme graduate unemployment 18 months after graduation)
  11. Graduating on time (long first degree) (the percentages of graduates who graduated within the time expected (normative time) of their long first degree programme)
  12. Graduation rate long first degree (the percentages of new entrants successfully completed their long first degree programme)
  13. Gender balance (the likelihood of female/male student to take a PhD degree. A zero means that the genders stand equal chances to gain a PhD degree)

ด้านการวิจัย (Research)

  1. Female authors (Percentage of women among all authors at the university)
  2. Citation rate (The average number of times the university’s research publications are cited in other research; adjusted (normalized) at the global level to take into account differences in publication years and to allow for differences in citation customs across academic)
  3. Research publications (absolute numbers) (The absolute number of research publication of a university as indexed in the Web of Science Core collections database. At least one of authors must be affiliated to the source university)
  4. Research publications (size-normalized) (The number of research publications (indexed in the Web of Science Core database), where at least one author is affiliated to the university expressed in relation to the number of students)
  5. External research income (Revenue for research that is not part a core (or base) grant received from the government. Includes research grants from national and international funding agencies, research councils, research foundations, charities and other non-profit organizations)
  6. Art related output (The number of scholarly outputs in the creative and performing arts, relative to the full-time equivalent (fte) number of academic staff)
  7. Top cited publications (The proportion of the university research publications that, compared to other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 10% most frequently cited worldwide)
  8. Interdisciplinary publications (Extent to which reference lists of university publications reflect cited publications in journals from different scientific disciplines)
  9. Post-doc positions (The number of post-doc positions relative to the number of academic staff (headcount)
  10. Professional publications (The number of professional publications per fte academic staff. Professional publications are all publications published in journals, books and other media that are addressed to a professional audience and that can be traced bibliographically)
  11. Open Access Publications (Share of open access publications out of all publications of an institution)

ด้านการถ่ายทอดองค์ความรู้ (Knowledge Transfer)

  1. Co-publications with industrial partners (the percentages of the university’s research publication which list an author affiliated to an address of a for-profit business enterprise or private sector R&D unit (excludes for-profit hospitals and education organizations)
  2. Income from private sources (Research revenues and knowledge transfer revenues from private sources (incl. not-for-profit-organizations), excluding tuition fees. Measured in €1,000 using Purchasing Power Parities. Expressed per fte academic staff)
  3. Patents awarded (absolute numbers) (The number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university in the respective reference period)
  4. Patents awarded (size-normalized) (The number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university over the respective reference period, expressed per 1,000 students to take into consideration the size of the institution)
  5. Industry co-patents (The percentages of the number of patents assigned to (inventors working at) the university during the respective reference period, which were applied for in co-operation with at least one applicant from the industry)
  6. Spin-offs (The number of spin-offs (i.e. firm established on the basis of a formal knowledge transfer arrangement between university and the firm) recently created by the university (per 100 fte academic staff)
  7. Publications cited in patents (The percentage of the university’s research publications that were mentioned in the reference list of at least one international patent (as included in the PATSTAT database)
  8. Income from continuous professional development (The percentage of the university’s total revenues that is generated from activities delivering Continuous Professional Development courses and training)
  9. Graduate companies (The number of companies newly founded by graduates per 1000 graduates

ด้านความเป็นนานาชาติ (International Orientation)

  1. Foreign language bachelor programs (The percentage of bachelor programs that are offered in a foreign language)
  2. Foreign language master programs (The percentage of master programs that are offered in a foreign language)
  3. Foreign language long first degree programs (The percentage of long first degree programs that are offered in a foreign language)
  4. Student mobility (A composite of international incoming exchange students, outgoing exchange students and students in international joint degree programs)
  5. International academic staff (The percentage of academic staff (on a headcount basic) with foreign citizenship)
  6. International joint publications (The percentage of the university’s research publication that list at least one affiliate author’s address located in another country)
  7. International doctorate degrees (The percentage of doctorate degrees that are awarded to international doctorate candidates)

ด้านการมีส่วนร่วมในระดับภูมิภาค (Regional Engagement)

  1. Bachelor graduates working in the region (The percentage of bachelor graduates who found their first job (after graduation) in the region where the university located)
  2. Master graduates working in the region (The percentage of master graduates who found their first job (after graduation) in the region where the university located)
  3. Student internships in the region (The percentage of all university’s students doing an internship whose internship was with a company or organization located in the same region as the university)
  4. Regional joint publications (The percentage university’s research publications that list at least one co-author with an affiliate address located in the same spatial region (within a distance of 50 km.)
  5. Income from regional sources (The proportion of external research revenues – apart from government or local authority core/recurrent grants – that comes from regional sources (i.e. industry, private organizations, charities)
  6. Regional Publications with Industrial Partners (The proportion of publications with industrial partners that was published with co-authors from the same region (within a distance of 50 km from the unvisrsity)

ข้อมูลทั่วไป (General)

  1. Social inclusion (the percentages among all new bachelor entrants of selected groups of traditionally underrepresented groups: mature students, students with disabilities as well as bachelor and master students with non-academic family background (first generation students).
  2. Female academic staff (the number of female academic staff as a percentage of total number of academic staff)

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รวบรวมรายชื่อทรัพยากรสารสนเทศทางวิชาการที่สอดคล้องกับหลักสูตรการเรียนการสอนที่เปิดสอนในมหาวิทยาลัย แยกตามระดับการศึกษา หลักสูตร แขนงวิชา วิชาเอก ในส่วนของหนังสือ วารสาร งานวิจัย วิทยานิพนธ์ การค้นคว้าอิสระ ดุษฎีนิพนธ์ เอกสารการสอนชุดวิชา สื่ออิเล็กทรอนิกส์ ที่มีให้บริการในห้องสมุด
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