Note to paper’s co-author sparks investigation

From Evernote: Note to paper’s co-author sparks investigation Clipped from: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/note-to-papers-co-author-sparks-investigation/2006831.article 29 August 2013 | By Paul Jump Organometallics and University of Western Australia are reviewing article containing instruction to ‘make up’ data Leaving an informal note to a colleague Read more ›

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THE Best University Workplace Survey: staff unheard? | News | Times Higher Education

From Evernote: THE Best University Workplace Survey: staff unheard? | News | Times Higher Education Clipped from: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/the-best-university-workplace-survey-staff-unheard/2006488.article THE Best University Workplace Survey: staff unheard? 15 August 2013 | By Chris Parr Early results show 40% of respondents feel ignored Read more ›

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New form of competency-based learning’s first batch of graduates | Inside Higher Ed

From Evernote: New form of competency-based learning’s first batch of graduates | Inside Higher Ed Clipped from: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/08/16/new-form-competency-based-learnings-first-batch-graduates A groundbreaking form of competency-based education now has its Patient Zero. Zach Sherman, a 21-year-old sanitation worker in Ohio, earned a self-paced Read more ›

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Competency-based education’s newest form creates promise and questions | Inside Higher Ed

From Evernote: Competency-based education’s newest form creates promise and questions | Inside Higher Ed Clipped from: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/04/22/competency-based-educations-newest-form-creates-promise-and-questions Earlier this year Capella University and the new College for America began enrolling hundreds of students in academic programs without courses, teaching professors, Read more ›

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Australia ‘most expensive’ for overseas students | News | Times Higher Education

From Evernote: Australia ‘most expensive’ for overseas students | News | Times Higher Education Clipped from: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/australia-most-expensive-for-overseas-students/2006492.article Australia ‘most expensive’ for overseas students 13 August 2013 | By David Matthews Australia is the most expensive place in the world to Read more ›

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Essay on how to be a good faculty mentor to junior professors | Inside Higher Ed

From Evernote: Essay on how to be a good faculty mentor to junior professors | Inside Higher Ed Clipped from: http://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2013/08/12/essay-how-be-good-faculty-mentor-junior-professors “Transformative,” “career-changing” and “life-altering.” I’m curious: Are these words that tenure-track faculty members in your department use to describe Read more ›

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Video: PhD Surgery with Tara Brabazon | Video | Times Higher Education

Clipped from: https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/video-phd-surgery-with-tara-brabazon/2006473.article Welcome to the Times Higher Education PhD surgery with Tara Brabazon, professor of education at Charles Sturt University, Australia. An expert on doctorial education, Professor Brabazon’s articles for THE, including 10 truths a PhD supervisor will never tell Read more ›

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Study finds choice of major most influenced by quality of intro professor | Inside Higher Ed

From Evernote: Study finds choice of major most influenced by quality of intro professor | Inside Higher Ed Clipped from: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/08/12/study-finds-choice-major-most-influenced-quality-intro-professor NEW YORK — Why are some majors more popular than others with undergraduates? Is it the perception that they Read more ›

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