Women shoulder a disproportionately large workload at home in ways But are female professors also “taking care of the academic family” via disproportionate administrative loads? A new American study says yes and adds to a growing body of research suggesting the same.
What role does Wikipedia have in higher education, and how do research libraries contribute? Several RLUK member libraries participated in Wikimedia’s flagship #1lib1ref campaign from 15 January-3 February 2017 to increase the number of citations on its articles, and others have hosted Wikimedians-in-residence in recent years
SCIENCE advances fastest when data and conclusions are shared as quickly as possible. Yet it is common practice for medical researchers to hoard results for months or years until research is published in an academic journal. Even then, the data underpinning a study are often not made public.
Richard Garner is the UK’s longest-serving education correspondent and has worked at the Times Educational Supplement, the Mirror and the Independent. In this HEPI Occasional Paper, he questions whether universities are making the most of their opportunities to work with the media. Through a series of colourful anecdotes, he reveals what journalists really want to know and how higher education institutions can best work with them.
The Nature Index tracks the affiliations of high-quality scientific articles. Updated monthly, the Nature Index presents research outputs by institution and country. Use the Nature Index to interrogate publication patterns and to benchmark research performance.
The decline in the proportion of graduates entering high skilled work has led to a rise in internships offering interns experience in the workplace and employers a cheap form of labour This report addresses the problems this is creating in the labour market and puts forward policies to prevent internships becoming a barrier rather than an aid to social mobility
Building digital capabilities: the six elements defined The framework has most often been used by digital leaders and staff with an overall responsibility for developing digital capability in their organisation. However, it can be used by staff in any role and by students in any educational setting.
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