A recent blog entry for Cambridge Dictionaries Online (June 23, 2014) recorded a new use of the word creeping to mean “secretly viewing online information about Read More
Australians are making contributions to research on RNs, ENs and AINs. By Antonia Maiolo. Nurses and midwives use research to provide evidence-based care to enhance Read More
The system requires greater institutional diversity to remain competitive and serve its students. By Tim Brailsford. The recent federal Budget foreshadows major reform Read More
Researchers and other stakeholders say it’s time to make the grant process easier. By Dallas Bastian. The majority of funding applications for medical projects get Read More
Norton urges end to push for more science students, as jobs may harder to find. By Dallas Bastian. The government must refrain from pushing students to study science, Read More
Despite different spellings, scull and skull can express the same meaning when – as verbs – they take a beer or two as their grammatical object. They are variants Read More
The CEO of CHASS makes the case for the market value of a liberal arts degree. By Antonia Maiolo. Professor Steven Schwartz, CEO of the Council for the Humanities, Read More
Open Universities touts benefits of internet courses whilst others want more hard evidence. By Antonia Maiolo. The head of Open Universities Australia is making his Read More
UK academic re-ignites debate on how to secure a future for the arts. By Antonia Maiolo. The current focus on lobbying is unlikely to deliver the arts to a place of Read More
Universities need to change the way they prepare higher-education teachers for the classroom. By Kelly Matthews. In higher education, the default modus operandi has Read More
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