Special features 2003-2004

November 21, 2003

How to get promoted
Published: November 19 2004
A career guide for academics
(PDF file: 165 KB) Postgraduate Education in the UK  
Published: November 12 2004
Summary of a report by the Higher Education Policy Institute, sponsored by Beachcroft Wansbroughs    ICT in Higher Education No. 4  
Published: October 22 2004
From laptops to iPods: how universities are trying to tap tech-savvie
Published: September 3 2004
The Times Higher invited five academics to comment on what it means to be British. Together, they ponder a very English identity crisis and chart the decline of formal religion    ICT in Higher Education No. 3  
Published: April 30 2004
Wireless world: The pros and cons of the cable-free university explored in our special ICT supplement Conferences, Issue No. 1  
Published: March 19 2004
Vroom service: The University of East London's stylish Docklands campus is driving up income. PLUS, Budget bites: How to feed delegates for less than £3 a head.    ICT in Higher Education, Issue No.2  
Published: November 21 2003
Think you're well connected now?
Wait till you see the grid.   Learning skills guide  
Published: May 23 2003
Study skills are vital in an era when ministers are focused on extending access to universities. Learn the latest about learning in this guide to arming students for success in a multitude of tasks.                World Education Market 2003  
Published: May 16 2003
"Advancing the Millennium of Learning" is the theme of the fourth WEM conference and exhibition, which took place in Lisbon, Portugal, May 20-23 2003.     ICT in Higher Education, Issue No.1  
Published: February 7 2003
E-universities might not have taken off, but the internet and computerised teaching packages have become an accepted part of the academic's armoury.  Back to index of most recent special features     Times Higher  special features: Jan-Jun 2005     Times Hig her  special features: pre-2003

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