16 juin 2019

Theresa May and higher education

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Yet when she stepped up to become Prime Minister a few months later, many vice-chancellors I spoke to were fairly positive about the change. Despite the constant battle between the higher education sector and the Home Office over international students during her time as Home Secretary, university leaders sensed her work ethic, her commitment to public service and her experience would make her an effective Prime Minister. More...

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New report shows big increase in demand for mental health support among higher education staff

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"A new Occasional Paper from the Higher Education Policy Institute reveals a big increase in the number of university staff accessing counselling and occupational health services. More...

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Second consecutive year of students reporting better value for money

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"The 2019 Student Academic Experience Survey of over 14,000 full-time undergraduate students from the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Advance HE shows rising value-for-money perceptions. More...

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Welcome to the New e-Literate

By Michael Feldstein. When Phil and I were working together, I sometimes joked that we had a blog that owned a business. Today, that is more true than ever. This is the first time in my nineteen years of writing that my day job has aligned seamlessly with my public writing. You will see that reflected here. I will be writing about my work in ways that I haven't before. More...

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The IMS at an Inflection Point

By Michael Feldstein. A few weeks back, I had the pleasure of attending the IMS Learning Impact Leadership Institute (LILI). For those of you who aren't familiar with it, IMS is the major learning application technical interoperability organization for higher education and K12 (and is making some forays into the corporate training and development world as well). More...

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Building a Better Vendor Ecosystem

By Michael Feldstein. Vendors are always trying to get me to write good things about them. They know my word is valuable because people believe I will write good things about vendors if and only if I think they are true. By definition, I can't take their money to write good things about them. More...

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Understanding the New e-Literate Ecosystem

By Michael Feldstein. You'll notice that the e-Literate web site has gotten a redesign and that we've switched URLs to http://eliterate.us. (Please update your bookmarks and RSS feeds.) You will also notice that there is a new "Get Help (Services)" menu item at the top of the page. More...

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Major Changes at e-Literate and MindWires

By Michael Feldstein. We’ve had great fun together and hopefully done a little good in the world, but we each need to be doing different things at the moment. Phil will be keeping MindWires as well as the LMS Market Analysis subscription service. He will be forking to his new blog home at http://PhilOnEdTech.com, but all historical posts will remain at e-Literate. He will continue to cover ed tech and online / hybrid education market trends in general, and basically all the stuff that you’re used to reading about from him. More...

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Instructure is not “the New Blackboard”

By Michael Feldstein. Yesterday, I wrote about my experiences at the recent IMS Learning Impact Leadership Institute. Today, I'm going to write about a sentence that I heard uttered several times while at that summit. One that I've been expecting to hear for nearly a year now. More...

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