The Scholarly-ness of Sources

Interesting piece in this week’s¬†Times Higher Education. I certainly use a range of sources in my writing, but then my recent book¬†Raising Children in a Digital Age does not count for the REF, as it’s aimed at a ‘general readership’ (which does at least mean it gets read by 1000s of people, rather than the […]

‘Sins of Omission’ (@timeshighered)

With stories that schools are ‘sending difficult students out before Ofsted inspections‘, there are suggestions that Universities are also massaging their expertise – and a call that all should be included in the REF: “The European Union economy doesn’t look too bad – if you exclude Greece and perhaps a couple of others from the […]