Daily Archives: 14 April, 2013

Dutch Finance Minister amends Cork University degree error
BBC refuses to drop North Korea Panorama documentary
Social mobility and higher education in Britain, some further thoughts
Book Review: ‘Raw Data’ is an Oxymoron
Elsevier’s slice of Big Data pie
LSE anger at BBC over N Korea ‘student’ reporter
One future of science publishing
Should universities suffer to pay for school funding?
Survey Finds Sexual Harassment in Anthropology
Oxford and Cambridge fight fall-off in Scottish students
Ireland the most educated country in EU, says Eurostat
Do elite universities admit the academically best students?
Are university rankings too powerful?
MOOCs, getting my first open badge, feedback & the NSS
The web trail – Using cybermetrics to build reputation
Uni raises tuition fees for non-EU foreigners
University Rankings Proliferate, Along With New Uses for the Data They Collect
Margaret Thatcher’s Legacy Divides British Higher Education
First experience of a flipped learning approach
The REF’s narrow definition of impact ignores historical role of teaching in relation to the social impact of the university