Special features: 2005

March 28, 2006

Canada supplement
Published: November 11 2005
Why Canadian higher education is getting better and better

  

ICT in Higher Education No. 6  
Published: October 21 2005
We explore the take-up of rapidly developing technologies for teaching and research, and offer a glimpse of the ICT future

Frontiers
Published: October 7 2005
Showcasing the exciting work of MRC early-career researchers in the area of global infections

  

Ethics and the unversity
Published: June 20 2005
"The penalties for ethical lapses are more likely to have devastating effects on individual and institutional reputations"

Learning and skills in HE
Published: May 13 2005
Wordlywise:
How to broaden student horizons

  

ICT in Higher Education No. 5  
Published: April 29 2005
"As developments raise expectations, yesterday's cutting-edge technology quickly becomes today's bare minimum"  

Bologna: a dream to reality  
Published: April 1 2005
Britain is finally waking up to the Bologna Process

              

Conferences supplement No. 2  
Published: March 18 2005
Ensure that your delegates get a kick out the event  

Access supplement  
Published: January 21 2005
Widening participation in higher education: which kids are up against a brick wall?
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