Building on success: a new focus for Uni Connect
26 Mar 2021
26 Mar 2021
If a university or other higher education provider is at risk of closure, its students will have fundamental questions about what that means for them.
7 Apr 2021Blog post
Our respective journeys through the higher education access and participation evaluation landscape began some years ago at the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). It’s probably fair to say that in those days, evaluation was not as well embedded in universities and colleges as it is now.
26 Mar 2021Blog post
Many students were delighted to return to school last week. After such a difficult year – often with extremely disrupted learning – getting back in the classroom with their friends and teachers was a welcome boost. Those in their final year in college or sixth form will now be thinking about their next steps.
17 Mar 2021Blog post
Online learning has become the new reality for students over the past year. But with a lockdown exit plan in place and we look to a post-pandemic world, it should not be jettisoned completely.
12 Mar 2021Blog post
It’s University Mental Health Day. Amy Norton, the OfS’s Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, explains how the OfS is working with higher education providers and the third sector to promote effective practice in student mental health support and help students to thrive.
4 Mar 2021Blog post
As Sir Michael Barber, chair of the Office for Students, publishes his review of digital teaching and learning, Jisc’s chief executive, Dr Paul Feldman, assesses the potential impact of its recommendations on post-pandemic higher education.
25 Feb 2021Blog post
Chris Millward looks at the role higher education plays in local prosperity by improving opportunities through education and jobs.
10 Feb 2021Blog post
Now more than ever it is crucial for students to know what to expect from their university or college about teaching and support.
8 Feb 2021Blog post
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