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Oftentimes Better

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 30th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting There has been a lot written recently about vocational education, thanks to a Social Market Foundation essay doing the rounds at present (worth noting it’s based on pre-pandemic data). There’s some good initial …

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Not-Knowing

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 23rd April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Leading, Managing A palette-cleanser after last week’s policy and horizon scanning notebook entry: “Teach your tongue to say I don’t know“, by Auston Kleon, popped back up in my inbox again recently and got me …

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Legacies

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 16th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. HEPI-centric this week! Mostly because my media diet has been broadly restricted to a handful of newsletters, given other general busyness. Happening, Reflecting Whatever your views on the merit of individual recommendations, Shirley Williams has …

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Representation and Reading Lists

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 9th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting Callum Perry’s “Having a student rep in the room isn’t enough” should hopefully encourage some frank consideration of student partnership working. I’m sure many institutions will already have adopted some of the approaches …

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Discourse, Donations, and a Good Acronym

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 2nd April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting I appreciated Nick Hillman’s blog post, “Higher Education in Medialand“, based on his comments made at the 200th seminar of the Centre for Global Higher Education. Worth reading for some interesting views on …

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Decolonisation and Boundaries

Scribbles in my HeiNous notebook, Friday 26th March 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Happening, Reflecting I’d strongly recommend everyone read this week’s HEPI blog post, “Blaming decolonisation for limiting free speech is a red herring“, by Sylvie Lomer, Parise Carmichael-Murphy and Jenna Mittelmeier: not just for a helpful …

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