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The benefits of undergraduate research

Undergraduate students are not often valued as, or considered to be, researchers. Evidence suggests, however, that by providing undergraduates with research opportunities we upskill our students,...

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  • Louise McInnes

Blog post26 Mar 2018

The unspoken power of collage

‘Collages manage to satisfy all of my madness. I’m able to make these obsessive things but then I’m also able to make these very strong statements… in my mind they have a very strong...

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  • Suzanne Culshaw

Blog post12 Feb 2018

Making sense of education as a field of study

The study of education consists of a range of traditions with distinct origins, purposes and foci. Judge and colleagues have shown how education developed as a field of study in markedly different...

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  • Geoff Whitty (convenor)
  • John Furlong
  • Gary McCulloch
  • Jim Hordern

Blog post24 Nov 2017