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Dias, D., Sónia Cardoso, Maria João e Ma Rosa, and Alberto Amaral. The Eua Institutional Evaluation Programme And The Development Of An Internal Quality Culture. Journal Of European Higher Education Area 1/2014. Journal Of European Higher Education Area (2014): 1-12.
Dias, D., Paula Carvalho, and Diana Soares. Designing Learning Outcomes In Portuguese Higher Education: How Are They Defined And Implemented?. In Edulearn16 Proceedings. Edulearn16 Proceedings. IATED Academy, 2016. doi:10.21125/edulearn.2016.0783.
Dias, D., M. L. Machado-Taylor, Rui Santiago, Teresa Carvalho, and C. Sousa. Portugal: Dimensions Of Academic Job Satisfaction. In Job Satisfaction Around The Academic World, 187–208. Job Satisfaction Around The Academic World. Dordrecht: Springer, 2012. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-5434-8_10.
Dias, D., and Maria José Sá. Academic Promises And Family (Dis)Enchantments: Clues For Guidance And Counselling In Higher Education. British Journal Of Guidance And Counselling 44. British Journal Of Guidance And Counselling (2016): 42-56. doi:10.1080/03069885.2015.1007442.
Dias, D., and Diana Soares. Highlighting Entrepreneurship Skills In Academic Curricula: “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”. In Edulearn17 Proceedings. Edulearn17 Proceedings. IATED, 2017. doi:10.21125/edulearn.2017.1548.
Dias, D. Learning Outcomes In European Higher Education. In Encyclopedia Of International Higher Education Systems And Institutions, 1–5. Encyclopedia Of International Higher Education Systems And Institutions. Dordrecht: Springer, 2017. doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9553-1_317-1.
Dias, D., Maria José Sá, and M. L. Machado-Taylor. Ser Docente Em Portugal: Percursos De Género [To Be An Academic In Portugal: Gender Paths]. Revista Galego-Portuguesa De Psicoloxía E Educacion: Revista De Estudios E Investigación En Psicología Y Educación 20. Revista Galego-Portuguesa De Psicoloxía E Educacion: Revista De Estudios E Investigación En Psicología Y Educación (2012): 201-215.
Dias, D., Sónia Cardoso, Maria João e Ma Rosa, and Alberto Amaral. Impact Areas Of Iep Evaluations. In A Twenty-Year Contribution To Institutional Change: Eua’s Institutional Evaluation Programme. A Twenty-Year Contribution To Institutional Change: Eua’s Institutional Evaluation Programme. Brussels, Belgium: European University Association , 2014.
Dias, D., and Maria José Sá. From High School To University: Students' Competences Recycled. Research In Post-Compulsory Education 17. Research In Post-Compulsory Education (2012): 277–291. doi:10.1080/13596748.2012.700094.
Dias, D., M. L. Machado-Taylor, Rui Santiago, Teresa Carvalho, and Sofia Sousa. Portugal: Dimensions Of Academic Job Satisfaction. In Job Satisfaction Around The Academic World, 7:187-208. Job Satisfaction Around The Academic World. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013.
Dias, D., and Diana Soares. A Blind Date Between Academic Curriculum And Job Market: The Strategic Role Of Soft Skills. In Edulearn 17 Proceedings - 9Th International Conference On Education And New Learning Technologies. Edulearn 17 Proceedings - 9Th International Conference On Education And New Learning Technologies. Barcelona, Spain. 3-5 July: IATED, 2017. doi:10.21125/edulearn.2017.1538.
Dias, D., and Diana Soares. Is Portuguese Higher Education Developing Students Capacities For Innovation? The Truth Behind Learning Outcomes. . Proceedings Of 13Th European Conference On Innovation And Entrepreneurship. Proceedings Of 13Th European Conference On Innovation And Entrepreneurship, 2018.
Dias, D. Peer Instruction In Higher Education. In Encyclopedia Of International Higher Education Systems And Institutions, 1–3. Encyclopedia Of International Higher Education Systems And Institutions. Springer Netherlands, 2017. doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9553-1_433-1.
Dias, D., and Maria José Sá. Initiation Rituals In University As Lever For Group Cohesion. Journal Of Further And Higher Education 38. Journal Of Further And Higher Education (2014): 447-464.
Dias, D., Alberto Amaral, Maria João e Ma Rosa, and A. Tavares. Assessment As A Tool For Different Kinds Of Action: From Quality Management To Compliance And Control. In Quality Assessment For Higher Education In Europe, 43-53. Quality Assessment For Higher Education In Europe. London: Portland Press, 2007.
Dias, D., E. Sá, and Maria José Sá. Academic Entrepeneurship: Diferente Realities, Diverse Motivations. Atas Do Réseau Pgv – Conférence Internationale De Lisbonne. Atas Do Réseau Pgv – Conférence Internationale De Lisbonne. Lisboa, Laureate International Universities – ISLA, 13-14 de setembro, 2012.
Dias, D., A. Monteiro, AJ Morais, Manuel Nunes, and D. Dias. Managing Research Or Managing Knowledge? A Device Tool For Quality Assurance. In Inted2017 Proceedings. 11Th International Technology, Education And Development Conference. Inted2017 Proceedings. 11Th International Technology, Education And Development Conference. Valencia, Spain. 6-8 March, 2017. doi:10.21125/inted.2017.2283.
Dias, D. Students' Choices In Portuguese Higher Education: Influences And Motivations. European Journal Of Psychology Of Education 28. European Journal Of Psychology Of Education (2013): 437-451.
Dill, D., P. Teixeira, B. Jongbloed, and Alberto Amaral. Conclusion. In Markets In Higher Education: Rhetoric Or Reality?, 327-352. Markets In Higher Education: Rhetoric Or Reality? Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2004.
Dill, D., and P. Teixeira. Program Diversity In Higher Education: An Economic Perspective. Higher Education Policy 13. Higher Education Policy (2000): 99-117. doi:10.1016/S0952-8733(99)00026-4.
Diogo, Sara, and Sofia Bruckmann. Managing The Unmanageable: Perceptions On Institutional Change Of A Portuguese University Foundation. Working Papers In Higher Education Studies 1, no. 1. Working Papers In Higher Education Studies (2015): 23-46.
Diogo, Sara, and Teresa Carvalho. Brothers In Arms? How Neoliberalism Connects North And South Higher Education: Finland And Portugal In Perspective. Social Sciences 11, no. 5. Social Sciences (2022): 213. doi:https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci11050213.

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