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Brexit and STEM – Engineering a further skills shortage?

Posted on: 28/03/2018 | Written by: Anna Reading, Marketing Executive, Cengage EMEA

Although Universities maintain the stance of attracting the best students from all over the world, the Brexit commitment to bear down on immigration suggests those coming from outside the UK to study Engineering is going to be impacted.

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The role of Active Learning in Higher Education

Posted on: 27/02/2018 | Written by: Andrew Robinson, Director of Higher Education

With so many prominent questions around in HE right now including subjects, ratings, and drop-out rates, we speak to our Director of Higher Education, to share his reflections on the current UK landscape.

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Cengage Leaders Make Education Predictions for 2018
– Part Two

Posted on: 12/02/2018 | Edited by: Kristina Massari

We asked Cengage leaders to share their thoughts for 2018. In Part Two, we talk Artificial Intelligence, Competency-Based Education, and advances in Electronic Academic Records.

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Cengage Leaders Make Education Predictions for 2018
– Part One

Posted on: 24/01/2018 | Edited by: Kristina Massari

We asked Cengage leaders to share their thoughts for 2018 on everything from providing value in higher ed to the skills gap, artificial intelligence and more. We’re embarking on another new and exciting year in higher education. Lots of interesting developments are happening in our space but, without question, affordability and value will be a main focus. Education predictions abound!

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TEF – our role in the changing landscape

Posted on: 20/09/2017 | Written by: Andrew Robinson, Director of Higher Education

2017 is proving to be a big one in the HE teaching world. The year of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). And although it initially came in for some criticism, prompting many discussions in recent months, in the end one thing has been made extremely clear – TEF is here to stay. And there is no doubt that institutions are taking it seriously.

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