Alright guys, the end is now in sight. This week’s post is going to be a summation (as the title suggests) of everything I’ve learned over the course of the last three weeks (ish) of posts and research. 1,877 more words
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Thank you to all the students who told us whether they prefer print versions of books, journals and leaflets or the electronic equivalent. You have given us a really useful insight into how you prefer to access our resources and information! 114 more words
This column originally appeared on The Billfold.
No, we don’t necessarily mean the forthcoming holidays, even if that time of the year seems to start earlier and earlier.
Instead, we’d like to talk about learner feedback, not just because it went to the heart of the most recent QA network meeting hosted by Hibernia College. 237 more words
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In parliamentary tradition, prime ministers are sometimes referred to as primus inter pares, Latin for “first among equals” relative to other members of their cabinet. 258 more words
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I’m especially excited to be sharing this post today. It sat in my blog drafts for months because the post wasn’t ripe yet, but the recent turn of events in my life has spurred me to reopen this muse. 1,527 more words