There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Sean Brawley (Uni Wollongong) on metrics for HASS research assessment.

“Data from the 2018 (ERA) exercise clearly demonstrates the advantage of being in a metric driven rather than a peer review driven discipline,” he suggests.

plus the successful switch to on-line teaching and learning during COVID was not luck – it depended on the skills of third-space practitioners,  the learning designers, academic developers and educational technologists who had built the foundations for the transformation. Sally Kift and Colin Simpson set the scene for a discussion of a new book in how it happened.

with Merlin Crossley (UNSW) on knowing there will always be unknowns and why it’s better than believing anybody has all the answers.

and  Tim Winkler (Tim Winkler) worries uni websites look like they did in 2019 – which is a big opportunity lost.