HeiNous Notebooks

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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Loops and Echoes

Scribbles in my Research notebook, Monday 12th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. The Loop and the Echo Chamber Emily VanDerWerff’s recent newsletter discussing the loop started me thinking about links with this and the concept of the echo chamber: “You enter the loop by taking a strong …

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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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Liminality and Polarisation

Scribbles in my Research notebook, Monday 5th April 2021: observations and writing I have found interesting in the last week. Substack Anecdotally, my early and initial reaction to Jude Ellison S. Doyle’s newsletter about Substack, and Hamish McKenzie’s prompt sub-tweet response seems to have proved correct. Since then, a substantial amount of the people whose …

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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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ASF014 Show Your Working

Winter was for taking a step back and considering. Spring is for action. My digital streamlining continues, but it continues at a reasonable pace and comfortable in the knowledge that it remains a work in progress. The older I get, the more I realise how much I enjoy showing my working. I used to obsess …

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