A literature module developed at Brunel University London has moved away from the traditional essay format and embraced the digital age
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Kate McNamee explains how the Alliance Manchester Business School is embracing LinkedIn
Prospective students more likely to base decision on prospectuses, institutions’ websites and campus visits, survey suggests
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By some measures, universities are wonderfully accommodating workplaces for gays and lesbians. Six academics give us their perspective
Gabriel Egan laments the narcissistic craving for others’ approval brought on, he says, by the use of social networking websites
Helen Bynum on a study of current immunisation practices in North America and the rise of the home-grown expert