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  • newStories from the Gig Economy Place Emphasis on Hard Work Over Health
    The gig economy has been celebrated in many ways, claiming to offer freedom to workers everywhere. However, there is a darker side to the gig economy …The post Stories from the Gig Economy Place Emphasis on Hard Work Over Health appeared first on…
    - 31 mins ago 25 Apr 19, 1:19pm -
  • newAfford IVF with Crowdfunding and Fertility Loans
    Without a doubt, in vitro fertilization (IVF) remains one of the most expensive infertility treatments available. It can get even more expensive if a surrogate is …The post Afford IVF with Crowdfunding and Fertility Loans appeared first on FeedsPo…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Apr 19, 8:14am -
  • newResume Writing Services are Everywhere – Here’s 5 Signs You Might Need One…
    Your resume gives recruiters a one-page glimpse into your career and who you are as a professional. It’s similar to the summary often found at the …The post Resume Writing Services are Everywhere – Here’s 5 Signs You Might Need One… appear…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Apr 19, 8:08am -
  • newProven Methods of Selling A House Quick
    Most Americans while selling their homes will want to adopt the traditional method which involves listing their homes with a real estate broker or Realtor that …The post Proven Methods of Selling A House Quick appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
    - 8 hours ago 25 Apr 19, 6:09am -
  • Top 3 Best Beef-Producing Cattle Breeds from Around the World
    In recent years, beef consumption has grown considerably, mainly because cattle are part of the small group of domesticated animals that are naturally fed. And the …The post Top 3 Best Beef-Producing Cattle Breeds from Around the World appeared fi…
    - 2 days ago 23 Apr 19, 8:06am -
  • How to Increase Your Instagram Engagement & Get Real Instagram Followers
    When you are posting on Instagram with the aim to grow your account, then it is essential to increase your post engagement first. It is the …The post How to Increase Your Instagram Engagement & Get Real Instagram Followers appeared first on FeedsP…
    - 2 days ago 23 Apr 19, 7:47am -
  • Explore How IoT is Transforming the Transportation Industry
    The transportation industry has rediscovered its strength through the tremendous cooperation of IoT. We cannot deny the fact that our lives are hugely dependent on transportation. …The post Explore How IoT is Transforming the Transportation Indust…
    - 3 days ago 22 Apr 19, 7:49am -
  • Best Platforms For Parasite SEO In 2019
    Parasite SEO is a great way for beginners as well as pro-marketers to drive the profitable search engine traffic. You create some content and post it …The post Best Platforms For Parasite SEO In 2019 appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
    - 6 days ago 19 Apr 19, 10:06am -
  • Save Money on Insurance, Why Work With An Independent Insurance Agent?
    Oftentimes consumers seek out more affordable rates for their car insurance, home insurance, life insurance, and more. Here are some common questions, “Where is the best …The post Save Money on Insurance, Why Work With An Independent Insurance A…
    - 6 days ago 19 Apr 19, 10:00am -
  • 5 Reasons to Green Your Cosmetic Packaging – Why Being Eco-friendly is a Must in 2019
    Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. But when it comes to beauty packaging, the eyes of the customer can be easily lured into buying …The post 5 Reasons to Green Your Cosmetic Packaging – Why Being Eco-friendly is a Must in 2019 appeared first…
    - 7 days ago 19 Apr 19, 1:15am -






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  • Ada Lovelace Day: how much do you know about women in science? – quiz
    To mark Ada Lovelace Day, a celebration of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem), find out how much you know about women's scientific achievements and the barriers they face • Why women leave academia • Inspiring women in sci…
    - 14 Oct 14, 6:00am -
  • Open access is not enough on its own – data must be free too
    Academics have been encouraged to make their research freely available, but their data also needs to be open to scrutinyIf your research has been funded by the taxpayer, there's a good chance you'll be encouraged to publish your results on an open ac…
    - 26 Jun 14, 2:09pm -
  • If you want creativity, let artists and technologists work together
    Universities should stop trying to turn out jacks-of-all-trades and give students the skills they need to work with other specialistsI don't envy anyone running a university these days. Just thinking about it makes me queasy: hustling for "customers"…
    - 24 Jun 14, 6:00am -
  • DIY labs are an exciting alternative to university science research
    Free from bureaucracy, independent science labs offer a flexibility that can't be matched by universities, writes a researcher• Lots more on our Impact of Research hubLaden with institutional bureaucracy and hampered by protracted funding and publi…
    - 16 Jun 14, 10:01am -
  • Will a degree made up of Moocs ever be worth the paper it's written on?
    The University of the People can now hand out degrees to its online students – but will employers take them seriously?Even if the heady attention of one-to-one tutorials is the stuff of Oxbridge dreams for most, personal attention from tutors who c…
    - 12 Jun 14, 2:32pm -
  • Big data can transform learning – as long as lecturers take control
    The collection of data on a large scale has already revolutionised our experience of online shopping. Imagine what it can do for online learningBig data has been eagerly embraced by the business world. Now it's time to look at how it can be used in e…
    - 3 Jun 14, 1:45pm -
  • Ten reasons we should ditch university lectures
    Students have just one chance to hear a lecture - and mostly it's just someone reading their notes aloud"Intelligent people leave their brains behind when it comes to technology," says Diana Laurillard, professor of learning with digital technologies…
    - 15 May 14, 8:59am -
  • Collecting data on students: is it useful to know which books they've read?
    Universities can gain valuable information by tracking students' behaviour online, but they must be careful not to misuse itMonitoring progress through the analysis of grades has long been the norm, but how useful is it to know which books students h…
    - 29 Apr 14, 9:53am -
  • Welcome to the age of Martini marketing – any time, any place, anywhere
    University marketers have to develop digital campaigns that operate round-the-clock for students around the globeEmma Leech, head of marketing at Nottingham University, is taking part in a panel discussion in Leeds on Friday that will focus on resear…
    - 21 Mar 14, 10:43am -
  • Have traditional student recruitment campaigns lost their bite?
    Universities are finding more creative ways to recruit students – through social media and digital campaigns, a survey findsUniversities are allocating more time and money to marketing open days, engaging with students on social media, improving th…
    - 10 Mar 14, 5:05pm -
  • How to organise an academic conference | 10 tips
    Be picky about your speakers and location, says Brian Lucey, and make sure you run to budget, time and free, working wifiOrganising a conference is a really super thing to have on the academic CV. As the organiser you get to see papers early in their…
    - 17 Jan 14, 2:34pm -
  • Europe needs to map its research base
    Could a Europe-wide database of facilities and equipment help research, funding and policy challenges – and will you use it?Research infrastructure – the term can refer to a vast array of facilities, tools, services and resources that researchers…
    - 16 Jan 14, 2:54pm -
  • Leaving academia? How to sell yourself to new employers
    If you fancy your chances at working in the private sector, here are some expert tips on how to translate your academic skillsThe key to convincing prospective employers, and yourself, that you have the skills they require is to put yourself in their…
    - 10 Jan 14, 1:06pm -
  • Unlocking chemistry: it's time to make the subject as open as bioscience
    Now that millions of patented compounds are open information, chemistry has a chance to catch up, says Peter Murray-RustThe conventional business model for chemical information has been to collect it, enhance it, then charge for access. This started…
    - 6 Jan 14, 1:22pm -
  • Universities quiz: 10 questions on 2013
    Kept up with the twists and turns of higher education news and views this year? Put your knowledge (and memory) to the testWhich student housing won the Carbuncle Cup for worst building of the year?University College LondonUniversity of HullUniversit…
    - 20 Dec 13, 4:12pm -
  • Academic blogging – 10 top tips
    Find your authentic blogging voice, harness the power of social media and, remember, only blog if you want to, say the expertsAcademic blogging is a valuable part of the wider ecology of scholarship, with the potential for engagement, outreach and re…
    - 13 Dec 13, 7:00am -
  • In praise of the university lecture and its place in academic scholarship
    The lecture is not just for students, says Frank Furedi – it helps academics see the strengths and weaknesses of their researchBack in the 1970s, a small number of anti-authoritarian educators decided that the lecture was an archaic medieval relic…
    - 10 Dec 13, 7:00am -
  • Academic blogging: a risk worth taking?
    After her blog was republished without credit, PhD student Lucy Williams says we must confront this 'shameless exploitation'I began writing a blog based on my doctoral research, about the lives of female offenders in Victorian England, in April 2012.…
    - 4 Dec 13, 7:00am -
  • University data can be a force for good
    Data analytics shouldn't be seen as a dark art but a tool to aid student retention and enhance experience, says Ruth DrysdaleData analytics is nothing new. Commercial giants such as Tesco have been collecting consumer data since the early 1990s and w…
    - 27 Nov 13, 2:40pm -
  • Peer review needs to expand so that more scientists are reviewing papers
    A new tool that selects peer reviewers by algorithm could make the peer review process more reliable, says Richard PriceTechnology has changed some aspects of science tremendously. We have deep space telescopes that produce terabytes of data every da…
    - 23 Oct 13, 11:30am -

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