HESA Spring 2023: students and place
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by David Kernohan
1d ago
The rest of the HESA student data is out - David Kernohan takes a deep dive into where students come from, where they study, and where they live The post HESA Spring 2023: students and place appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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Open data: the path towards greater sharing of research results
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by Daniel Keirs
1d ago
Daniel Keirs makes the case for open access research data The post Open data: the path towards greater sharing of research results appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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Introducing the revised professional standards framework
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by Helen O’Sullivan
2d ago
Helen O’Sullivan, chair of the PSF Review Steering Group, on how comprehensive consultation led to a professional standards framework by the sector, for the sector The post Introducing the revised professional standards framework appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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The great north run away
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by Charlie Jeffery
2d ago
University of York Vice Chancellor Charlie Jeffery makes the case for a devolved approach to R&D focused on using the research expertise within the N8 and beyond. The post The great north run away appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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Michael Barber, an apology, or, how I learned to love the TEF
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by Shân Wareing
3d ago
Shân Wareing says the process of compiling the TEF has brought focus, energy, and renewed pride in the work of her university. The post Michael Barber, an apology, or, how I learned to love the TEF appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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What is the Teaching Excellence Framework’s theory of change?
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by Debbie McVitty
3d ago
Is the TEF about recognising excellence, informing student choice, or raising the profile of teaching? Debbie McVitty explores its role in learning and teaching The post What is the Teaching Excellence Framework’s theory of change? appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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How pay negotiations work in UK universities
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by David Kernohan
3d ago
David Kernohan looks for the data and the constraints in the increasingly acrimonious New JNCHES system of higher education pay negotiation The post How pay negotiations work in UK universities appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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Have students had the nerve to tell the truth about their experience?
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by Jim Dickinson
3d ago
Students have been able to feed directly back to the regulator in this iteration of the TEF - but has it worked? Jim Dickinson wants to see you be brave The post Have students had the nerve to tell the truth about their experience? appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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Can industrial action accelerate a resolution to the pay and pensions dispute?
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by Jim Dickinson
3d ago
Will this term's UCU strikes generate the win that staff (and students) want? Jim Dickinson is lost for words in the low countries. The post Can industrial action accelerate a resolution to the pay and pensions dispute? appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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What’s with the influx of estranged students?
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by Sunday Blake
6d ago
New data from the Student Loans Company suggests the number of estranged applicants is growing. Sunday Blake asks if we really understand what is going on behind the numbers. The post What’s with the influx of estranged students? appeared first on Wonkhe ..read more
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