This post is inspired by a reflection on what taking action on race equality within learning technology means, triggered by the Race Equality Week running from 7-13 Feb 2022. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, many educators came across the term digital poverty for the first time. Digital poverty is a fairly complex term to understand, as… Continue reading Race equality in learning technology – digital poverty
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Exactly a month ago, the Times Higher Education published yet another university ranking, the top 100 most international universities for 2015. "Both the diversity of a university’s student body and the extent to which its academics collaborate with international colleagues are signs of how global an institution really is and these factors are among the… Continue reading The Times Higher Education definition of international university – A critical analysis of the International Outlook Indicators
In this post, I will make a generalisation. WHY? Because the majority of the internationalisation staff I have come across within the UK have the similar set of characteristics. Now, you would expect that staff members, whether academic or non-academic, who are directly working on the Internationalisation theme, would in some way or the other… Continue reading My experience of working with the UK HE internationalisation admin staff