Category Archives: public sector

The Academic Spring: ‘Open Access’ Takes Hold

When someone mentions publishing, you imagine a standard model: an author writes something, the publisher puts it on sale and gives the author a slice of the revenues.  Or alternatively the author might self-publish, covering their own costs and keeping … Continue reading

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Could Do Better

We need innovation in education We’ve had the industrial revolution and we’re enjoying the digital revolution…and that’s why we now need a classroom revolution. I really enjoyed this article in The Atlantic about Cathy N Davidson, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies … Continue reading

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Measuring innovation: it needs some innovation

This is a lengthy post, but it’s a thorny subject.  I’d really welcome your thoughts. … Is it easy to measure innovation and its impact?  It depends.  If you want to measure innovation within one organisation, it should be relatively … Continue reading

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