An Audience with… Mike Raith and Neil Dixon

Navigating higher education can be a daunting task for institutions and their students; yet two people who aren’t phased by this are Mike Raith and Neil Dixon, who are both making waves in this area. We were fortunate enough to catch up with both Mike and Neil to discuss teaching and learning and their best

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The Times Higher Education Award goes to…

On Thursday 25th November at London’s Hilton Metropole Hotel, Times Higher Education hosted the ceremony for their coveted Times Higher Education Awards.  The awards, nodded as the ‘Oscars of Higher Education’, attracted a record-breaking number of nominations from across the higher education sector.  Seventy-eight institutions and teams were in the running across 20 categories, with the nominees shortlisted from a bank of almost 600 entries, and for

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Can eTextbooks save the environment?

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It comes as no secret nor surprise that we’re in the midst of an environmental and ecological crisis. Our air is more polluted than it should be, babies are being born full of microplastics and we are having incredible trouble dealing with our waste.

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How to prepare for a paper shortage AND baby boom!

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Around the world, the pandemic threw a lot of things off kilter.   Many workers were relegated to their dining tables, the entire education system shifted online and the latest James Bond film was delayed by over a year.   However, those were just some of the immediate reactions to the pandemic.   Over 18 months after the pandemonium began, the effects are

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