Would anyone notice if a small, old but awfully clever dog filled in a university ranking survey, and would it make a difference?
“The Australian newspaper The Age has a piece by Erica Cervini on how she allowed her dog to complete the QS academic reputation survey on the quality of veterinary schools. She doesn’t elaborate on how the dog chose the schools. Was it by barking or tail wagging when shown pictures of the buildings? Seriously though, she does have a point …” (more)
[Richard Holmes, University Ranking Watch, 28 July]Tags: rankings, surveys