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UK Student Wellbeing: what have we learned, and what can we build on?

Aug 26, 2021
UK Student Wellbeing: highlights from a thought provoking conversation by a panel of experts from a diverse set of UK HEIs who share share their thoughts on how both staff and students can thrive; what they learned of their own resilience and that of their colleagues; and finally what messages would pass on to Vice-Chancellors.

Testing Times: A window into the increasing momentum and demand in HE to overhaul assessment.

Aug 19, 2021
Testing Times, university leaders discuss the future of assessment. A recap of the latest conversation in the Studiosity Symposium 'Students First'.

Insights from the field - community, gender, and privilege in academia

Apr 27, 2021
Prof Amanda Bittner discusses the impact of 2020 on community, gender, and privilege in academia. She is a Professor of Political Science at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

This new 2020 law will change the way you study

Sep 16, 2020
Starting September, it will be illegal for providers to help students cheat and there are consequences for students too. Jack Goodman read the whole legislation, and here are his tips for students.

News: Studiosity partner unis leading equity and opportunity growth in Higher Ed

Nov 25, 2016
YourTutor partner Universities leading growth of equity and opportunity in higher education

Why Australia can't afford to lose HEPPP

Apr 22, 2016
The positive educational impact of HEPPP means it's a force for equality Australia needs, to build our knowledge economy.