Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Higher Education Journey of Young London Residents

By Professor John Storan This report is the fifth in a series of reports providing analysis of the higher education journey of young London residents as they progress from 16-18 institutions on to their higher education study and beyond. The … Continue reading

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Connecting Learning Gain and Widening Participation

By Dr Fuad Ali As the Omnibus study has unfolded, our team has been keen to design measures that help us understand the relationships between inequality and learning gain, and how these might express themselves, directly and indirectly, through the … Continue reading


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Beyond the REF: Making research count, making research accessible.

By Anthony Hudson and Carly Lightfoot. This blog considers the value of institutional repositories not in only making research count, but also making it accessible to wider audiences. In the first part of the blog, drawing on an article by Carly … Continue reading

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