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Open Web Division
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April 13, 2011

Open Web Division

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The Future Seminar
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April 12, 2011

The Future Seminar

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Statistics: because you’re worth it
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March 21, 2011

Statistics: because you’re worth it

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Are you interested in historic census research?
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March 10, 2011

Are you interested in historic census research?

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Re-imagining the public university: a day of workshops

Re-imagining the public university: a day of workshops

The UK Campaign for the Public University is a broadly based campaign initiated by a  group of university teachers and graduate students […]

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Nuffield grant programmes open to applications

Nuffield grant programmes open to applications

The Nuffield Foundation is a charitable trust established in 1943 by William Morris, Lord Nuffield, the founder of Morris Motors. We work […]

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Absurd decisions by ethics committees

Absurd decisions by ethics committees

This blog has been created to offer social scientists the opportunity to hold IRBs and University Research Ethics committees accountable for their […]

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Science + wordplay = good times

Science + wordplay = good times

In a recent blog on the Wall Street Journal site, Christopher Shea says: Scientists and social scientists may not always produce lively prose, but […]

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Ethical Challenges at a Particular Point in Time

Ethical Challenges at a Particular Point in Time

Science does not take place in a state of total objectivity: instead it reflects a range of values that have become embedded […]

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How to develop your web presence

How to develop your web presence

Developing your web presence: the librarians’ guide Jane Secker and Matt Lingard, LSE Centre for Learning Technology A topical issue for academic researchers […]

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‘Standards matter in higher education, not just participation rates’

‘Standards matter in higher education, not just participation rates’

An anonymous university lecturer calls for higher education not only to be free but also to be genuinely higher education. The writer contends that […]

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Do you have views on proportionate regulation and research ethics?

Do you have views on proportionate regulation and research ethics?

Visit the Forum to join the discussion on absurd decisions by ethics committees – share your best (or worst) examples.

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