Useful article : published in PNAS study relevant to the value of peer review. Our approach is general and can provide insights in domains such as clinical evaluations, scientific admissibility, and science funding. Our results show that competition leads to more innovation but also to more unfair reviews and to a lower level of agreement between reviewers. Moreover, competition does not improve the average quality of published works.
Through the lens of students: how perceptions of higher education influence applicants’ choices (3.87 MB) is based on the survey responses of over 16,000 UK applicants who were aged 18 or 19 when they applied – whether they were ultimately accepted into HE or not. https://www.ucas.com/file/70776/download?token=Y0R-kzLM
As the Higher Education and Research Bill gets its second reading in the House of Commons, Dorothy Bishop revisits the costs and benefits of one of its primary components, the Teaching Excellence framework
This report is the second Ithaka S+R / Jisc / RLUK survey of UK academics. It asks of the UK research community their views on resource discovery, their use of these resources (online and digital), attitudes to research data management, and much more. It provides a powerful insight into how researchers view their own behaviour and the research environment within the UK today. It gives us pointers to how we can provide further support to researchers and first indications as to where resources should be best invested in the future.
This report provides analysis of the higher education journey of young London residents, from their pre-HE institutions, through their higher education study, and on to their graduate employment destinations. The report a follow-up to the findings published in the June 2013 report and, more importantly, provides the first indication of the impact on young London residents of the increased tuition fees for undergraduate programmes introduced in 2012/13
Britain has voted to leave the European Union. Professor Roger Goodman FAcSS, Chair of the Academy of Social Sciences, says ‘This will result in uncertainty for the social science community, with implications for research funding, international collaboration, freedom of movement
Roger, Kris, Ney, Sarah and Liote, Laurent (2016) Teaching spaces design and development at LSE: an evaluation of impact on teaching and learning. The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK. Paper available via LSE research online
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