Monthly Archives: April 2013

University applications fail to recover from tuition fees rise
The Onslaught of Questionable Open-Access Journals Persists Unabated
When the Self-Published Authors Take Over, What Will Publishers Do?
Colleges Adapt Online Courses to Ease Burden
Record number of pupils opting for higher maths
4 ways open access enhances academic freedom
University managers are not malicious, we are misunderstood
What’s the point of the points race?
University studies: how often should you see a lecturer?
Birth rates and snobbery: the factors putting pressure on the education system
University degree shake-up call
One in three graduates won’t get position they trained for
Euro Mooc opens up for business
University reputations: will teachers pay the price?
Earning a bit on the side?
Fionnuala Waldron on Teaching History
Irish have more degrees than rest of EU
Why Some Colleges Are Saying No to MOOCs, at Least for Now
‘Instagram Act’ under fire for treatment of copyrighted works
MOOCs and the Material World