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CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR NEW UKRI AND OfS HEADS
CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR NEW UKRI AND OfS HEADS
APPLICATIONS TO UK FALL BY 5%
APPLICATIONS TO UK FALL BY 5%
NEW TECHNOLOGY ALONE WILL NOT IMPROVE LEARNING
NEW TECHNOLOGY ALONE WILL NOT IMPROVE LEARNING
REGIONALLY ENGAGED UNIVERSITIES WILL GAIN FROM INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY
REGIONALLY ENGAGED UNIVERSITIES WILL GAIN FROM INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY
TEF METRICS AND RANKINGS "UNSUSTAINABLE" UNIVERSITIES WARN
TEF METRICS AND RANKINGS "UNSUSTAINABLE" UNIVERSITIES WARN
GOVERNMENT TABLES NEW AMENDMENTS TO HE BILL
GOVERNMENT TABLES NEW AMENDMENTS TO HE BILL
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
IGNORE GLOBAL RANKINGS WITH "MAJOR FLAWS" SAYS HEPI REPORT
IGNORE GLOBAL RANKINGS WITH "MAJOR FLAWS" SAYS HEPI REPORT
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Challenges ahead for new heads of UKRI and the OfS

HEi-know looks at how higher education leaders think Sir Mark Walport and Sir Michael Barber may respond to the challenges they face as heads of two new key HE bodies – UK Research and Innovation and the Office for Students.

Hurdles still ahead for HE Bill in the House of Lords

As the Higher Education and Research Bill completes its committee stage in the House of Lords and approaches report stage, HEi-know looks at amendments tabled and issues raised so far, and hurdles still to be cleared.

HEi-think: Don't bolt on new technology and expect it to improve learning

As a new report from the Higher Education Policy Institute calls for HE institutions to embrace new technology, Ed Foster, Student Engagement Manager in the Centre for Academic Development & Quality at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) , and Jane McNeil, Director of Academic Development at NTU, warn that technology alone cannot improve learning.

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