Preface. Part 1: Quality as a Search Process. Experiences from Evaluations; L. Engwall. Underlying Trends in Quality Assessment; R.D. Hodgkinson. A Methodological Proposal for Permanent Updating of the Curricula at the Undergraduate Level; M.M. Schwalb. Part 2: Quality and the Use of Resources. Evaluation of an `Off-The-Shelf' Multi-Media Package Introduced as Part of a Problem-Based Learning Activity for Students in Higher Education; J. Douglas, L. Hamilton. Teachers Selection Skills and Educational Resources; J. Barford. Quality Enhancement Through Student Feedback: A Computer-Based Approach; Sin Hoon Hum, et al. Students' Perceptions of University Quality: A Field Study Using LISREL and Artificial Intelligence Techniques; M. Sanchez, et al. Part 3: The Contextual Side of Quality. Same-Sex Groups Versus Mixed-Sex Groups of Students: An Empirical Examination of Organisation and Performance; J. Stein, M. Soederlund. Study Behaviour and Problem-Based Learning; J.A. Hommes. Problem-Based Learning, Interpersonal Orientations and Learning Approaches: An Empirical Examination of a Business Education Program; M. Soederlund. Teaching and Organising: The Case of Problem-Based Learning; J. Nijnhuis, A. van Witteloostuijn. Part 4: Quality and Student Assessment. Congruence of Assessment and Instructional System: The Case of Problem-Based Learning; D.T. Tempelaar. High Quality Learning Environments Require High Quality Evaluation Instruments; G.J. Schroeder, L.W.M. Wiertz. Does Knowledge Development Originate From Education? L.W.M. Wiertz, P.K. Keizer. Selected-Response Examinations in Student-Centred Curriculum; D.T. Tempelaar. Part 5: Quality As aSearch for Creativity. Quality Assessment in Bachelor's and Master's Theses; OE. Ohlsson. Assessing Innovation and Innovation in Assessment; J. Wells, et al. The Best of Both Worlds: Research Learning and the MBA; R. Berman Brown, S. McCartney. Seeking Quality in Accounting and Auditing Education: TQM and COSO; S.D. Foster, M.B. Greenawalt. Active Pedagogical Methods in Teaching Economics and Business Administration: The Example of Games Applied in Teaching Management; D. Besson. The Generation and Relevance of the Knowledge and Skills of Economics Graduates; H. Heijke, G. Ramaekers. Part 6: The Transiency of Quality. Cognitive Science Perspectives on Learning and Instructional Quality; W.H. Gijselaers, G. Woltjer. Theoretical Approach to the Quality of Courses; U. Braukmann. Learning Marketing; L.T. Eriksson. Abstracts of Selected Workshops, Symposia and Other Papers. Index.