THE podcast: 18 July 2013 issue review

July 18, 2013

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One university’s plans to assess academics on the basis of how many of their students obtain a 2:1 for their modules, India’s five-year plan for higher education, and our weekly books section are among the topics up for discussion in this week’s issue review podcast, along with a glance at the contenders in our annual ‘exam howlers’ competition. Reporter Chris Parr is joined by deputy news editor John Morgan, books editor Karen Shook and reporter Jack Grove to look at some of the highlights from this week’s edition of Times Higher Education.

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