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By Michael Todd, Social Science Space editor | Published: April 17, 2014
The author of a new introduction to statistics textbook was bothered that even among students who but their required books they rarely crack them open....
By David Glance | Published: April 11, 2014
The line between studying online and studying on campus is increasingly blurry, argues tech thinker David Glance.
By Amy Antonio | Published: March 28, 2014
rather than damning Wikipedia and Google for their imperfections, Amy Antonio argues we both embrace them and teach students how to validate the information they...
By William Lester | Published: December 23, 2013
After a few weeks of no school and visits from family, friends, and Santa it’s hard to get ourselves back in the routine. We go...
By William Lester | Published: December 4, 2013
We’re living in an age of technology, with exciting new devices being released at a tremendously fast rate. It is then no surprise that children...
By Nuffield Foundation | Published: October 8, 2013
Fifteen universities across the UK will receive £19.5 million to overhaul their social science teaching over the next five...
By Pacific-Standard Magazine | Published: February 26, 2013
As even liberal arts colleges continue to turn their back on the liberal arts, where will the technocrats produced by higher education hone their thinking...
By Daniel Nehring | Published: September 14, 2012
Many sociology departments teach along conventionalist, Eurocentric lines. Nonetheless, a reformulation of the scope of the sociological curriculum seems to be slowly taking shape.