This week on a heavily West Midlands infused podcast, the Office of the Independent Adjudicator has published its annual report – what is it telling us about complaints and consumerism in HE?
Plus sector bodies have been publishing their responses to the English HE reform proposals, there’s a new report out on student suicide and information sharing, and Michelle Donelan is putting “boots on the ground” over in-person teaching.
With Selena Bolingbrooke, HE consultant, Lawrie Phipps, Senior Research Lead at Jisc, David Kernohan, Wonkhe’s Associate Editor, and presented by Jim Dickinson, Wonkhe’s Associate Editor.
Featured on the show
- Do students have the energy to make complaints?
- Universities have a complaints problem. Here’s how to fix it
- Is there any actual policy behind the politics of in-person teaching?
- Be Yourself; Everyone Else Is Already Taken
- Information sharing and student suicide report
- AUA’s annual conference
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