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Good Practice Briefing 10 - Universities prepare for an uncertain new academic year

Good Practice Briefing 10 - Universities prepare for an uncertain new academic year

Briefing Report 454 HEPI - PhD Life - The UK student experience

Briefing Report 454 HEPI - PhD Life - The UK student experience

Briefing Report 453 HEPI-Advance HE - Student Academic Experience Survey 2020

Briefing Report 453 HEPI-Advance HE - Student Academic Experience Survey 2020

Good Practice Briefing 09 - Universities describe their "amazing" rapid transition to online delivery

Good Practice Briefing 09 - Universities describe their amazing rapid transition to online delivery

Briefing Report 452 - OIA Annual Report 2019

Briefing Report 452 - OIA Annual Report 2019

Briefing Report 451 UCU - Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on university finances

Briefing Report 451 UCU - Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on university finances

Briefing Report 450 Advance HE - Understanding Governance Performance and Future Challenges

Briefing Report 450 Advance HE - Understanding Governance Performance and Future Challenges

Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

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Amid predictions that higher education will be changed forever by the current pandemic, Professor James Miller, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Glasgow Caledonian University, suggests the innovative ways the sector is responding to the crisis will make it even more valued in the future.
As a growing number of universities move teaching and assessment online in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Derby is holding a virtual conference which aims to support staff in making the transition.
The current crisis has underlined the critical role played by the UK’s experts and researchers and the institutions supporting them, as well as the need for collaboration between them, says Dr Joe Marshall, Chief Executive of the National Centre for Universities and Business.
The Office for Students is leaving it up to universities to decide on particular approaches to the Coronavirus pandemic rather than issuing specific guidance, and has promised to minimises its regulatory demands on the sector in response to the crisis.
A study has found substantial differences in degree attainment by students' religion or belief.
Amid a further week of gloomy developments relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, Gary Loke, Director of Knowledge, Innovation and Delivery for Advance HE, finds some more uplifting news for UK higher education.
Reviewing the week’s higher education news, Johhny Rich, Chief Executive of Push and The Engineering Professors’ Council, warns that coronavirus is not the only deadly contagion afflicting UK HE.
There are signs in the past week’s higher education news of a bigger picture emerging from the apparent direction of government HE and FE policies, suggests Rhiannon Birch, Director of Planning and Insight at the University of Sheffield .