Panic in the disco(urse)

The Higher Education (HE) world and the associated academic discourse would appear to be in a state of panic right now – at least in the British and American HE sectors. We have open rebellion at Durham against online learning and┬áCOVID-19 gutting finances whilst (going by job boards, LinkedIn, etc) an apparent rush to hire… Continue reading Panic in the disco(urse)

Some of the problems we can anticipate post COVID (for learning and working)

As someone who has long advocated for remote working and has worked on distance learning programmes (in various formats) for a while it feels like a hollow victory that the world has finally come to terms with these concepts only through forced circumstances. So knowing what we know about remote learning and working, what problems… Continue reading Some of the problems we can anticipate post COVID (for learning and working)