University

The Benefits of Industry Inputs into University Teaching?
Business and Management INK
November 29, 2022

The Benefits of Industry Inputs into University Teaching?

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Why the Latest Strike Wave at UK Universities is Likely to Achieve Little
Opinion
November 23, 2022

Why the Latest Strike Wave at UK Universities is Likely to Achieve Little

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Academic Freedom and University Relevance: A View from Australia
Resources
July 5, 2021

Academic Freedom and University Relevance: A View from Australia

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Watch the Webinar: Deconstructing Neoliberalism in Higher Education
Announcements
April 22, 2021

Watch the Webinar: Deconstructing Neoliberalism in Higher Education

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‘Future Proof’ Universities Must Have Visible Strategies for the Disruption Upon Us

‘Future Proof’ Universities Must Have Visible Strategies for the Disruption Upon Us

Research from Loren Falkenberg and Elizabeth Cannon shows universities must “future proof” themselves, which happens when an institutional strategy is focused on the future while mitigating the impact of unforeseen events.

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Does the Cost Point  Influence Your Idea of the Larger Point of University Itself?

Does the Cost Point Influence Your Idea of the Larger Point of University Itself?

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the university sector under greater scrutiny. In some cases, this has prompted new conversations about the purpose […]

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To Share Research More Widely, Knock Down University Barriers

To Share Research More Widely, Knock Down University Barriers

Sharing our findings beyond academia isn’t typically seen as part of our academic workload. This is problematic for academics who are already struggling to find time to do all the things their complex workload requires of them

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Universities Have Invested in Online Learning, Providing Students with Value for Money

Universities Have Invested in Online Learning, Providing Students with Value for Money

There is no doubt that student experience as a whole will not be the same if universities move entirely online. But we must not assume that online teaching is automatically inferior to face-to-face teaching.

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8 Ways Universities Can Improve Online Learning During COVID-19

8 Ways Universities Can Improve Online Learning During COVID-19

This summer, universities around the world planned for an unprecedented back-to-school in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In most universities, centers of […]

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University Rankings Distract From Higher-Education Reform

University Rankings Distract From Higher-Education Reform

University rankings might claim to provide an index through which students, faculty, and the general public might ascertain a number of things: the quality of education provided by an institution, the potential for networking at an institution, the breadth and depth of research being performed at an institution, and more. The institutional quest towards topping the university rankings can, however, derail efforts towards the improvement of society and higher education at large.

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Connecting with the Community: Stephen Pinfield on Institutional Open Access Funds

Connecting with the Community: Stephen Pinfield on Institutional Open Access Funds

[We’re pleased to feature an interview, originally posted on the SAGE Connection blog, with Bailey Baumann and Stephen Pinfield. Stephen Pinfield recently published […]

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The Value Added by Universities Exceeds Their Constituent Services

The Value Added by Universities Exceeds Their Constituent Services

Academics do not simply teach and do research: they are teacher-researchers, notes Steve Fuller. In reviewing the UK spending review, he says, it is the value added to society by nurturing this complex role that should be at the forefront of the state’s thinking about the criteria used to fund universities.

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