There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Merlin Crossley (UNSW) on epigenetics, what it means and where research is – nobody knows what’s next.

Angel Calderon from RMIT examines the new Times Higher university rankings and puts Australian alpha outcomes in the context of the year’s other results

Student data is essential for learning analytics but it must be kept say Ruth Marshall (Practera) and colleagues. It’s this week’s piece in contributing editor Sally Kift’s series on what is needed now in teaching and learning.

Tracy Woodroffe (Charles Darwin U) argues a cultural shift is required to improve educational outcomes for Indigenous students. It’s a new contribution to a series by Indigenous academics and policy people from commissioning editor Claire Field.

Garry Carnegie and James Guthrie argue we need more up to date financial information than universities have supplied on the pandemic’s impact.


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