Who will be studying for postgraduate degrees in the arts and humanities in 2026? (Josh Allen)

As Postgraduate Student Experience Officer in the College of Arts and Law (CAL) I enjoy challenging people’s perceptions of the students that I work with. My favourite opening gambit is a single statistic: “Did you know [I pause for a fraction of a second] that around sixty five percent of people beginning a masters degree … Continue reading “Who will be studying for postgraduate degrees in the arts and humanities in 2026? (Josh Allen)”

An Affair… by Dr. Tom Harrison

I have developed and run a MOOC; and have another in development.  I run a fully distance learning MA.  I did my PhD on a theme related to the Internet. You would think I would be in love with new technology and eLearning.  My secret confession is… I have never been in love with it. … Continue reading “An Affair… by Dr. Tom Harrison”

In tech we trust: A teacher’s perspective on INLOGOV’s e-learning (r)evolution. Dr Abena F. Dadze-Arthur (INLOGOV)

INLOGOV’s first online Masters It was a historic moment for INLOGOV – even by the standards of the Institute’s long and eventful history.  For the first time ever, INLOGOV was to design and deliver an online International Masters in Public Administration (MPA).  The new MPA was to be delivered wholly online with students doing all … Continue reading “In tech we trust: A teacher’s perspective on INLOGOV’s e-learning (r)evolution. Dr Abena F. Dadze-Arthur (INLOGOV)”