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Making sense of access: Access to what? At what cost? For whom?


The last two weeks have been momentous in the context of thinking about access to (higher) education, the cost of access and who benefits the most from having access. On 14 October 2015 Tressie McMillan Cottom delivered the first keynote at … Continue reading

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Innovation and commercialisation in higher education research: who benefits? (#change11)


[Images retrieved from http://patrickdriessen.blogspot.com/2011/07/innovation-leadership.html and http://robertsmithstearsimagebank.blogspot.com/2010/01/arbeit-macht-frei.html, 20 March 2012] “Innovation”, “high performance” and “excellence” can be described as “weasel words” (see also the “dictionary” of weasel words by Don Watson) – words that are sucked so dry by overuse or … Continue reading

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