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Higher education staff suffer ‘epidemic’ of poor mental health

The number of university workers accessing counselling and occupational health services has shot up, according to research which describes “an …

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Thousands of UK academics ‘treated as second-class citizens’

Thousands of academic staff at British universities are being treated as second-class citizens on precarious contracts, says a report highlighting …

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UK academics must stand up to stop universities becoming sweatshops

When senior academics go on strike, it is not usually because of financial hardship. Pay, while modest, is comfortable. Instead, …

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Market economics has driven universities into crisis – and we’re all paying the price

The trebling of tuition fees would unleash a new golden age for English universities, or so we were told. They …

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Universities brace for lasting impact of coronavirus outbreak

The impact of the deadly coronavirus Sars-CoV-2 is likely to reverberate across global higher education long after the outbreak is …

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‘It can’t go on’: students join lecturers on the picket line

Early on Thursday morning, striking staff and supportive students braved wind, rain and hailstones to picket at the University of …

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Instatute Beta is Using YouTube Live so Teachers Can Host Live Classroom Events

To help teachers prepare, we have some information, tips and advice garnered from YouTube. In addition to the below advice, …

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Instatute uses WordPress Learning Management System

WPLMS is a comprehensive Learning Management System WordPress theme developed by VibeThemes and for sale on ThemeForest. This awesome theme …

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Instatute is Run on WordPress

WordPress powers more than 35% of the web — a figure that rises every day. Everything from simple websites, to …

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Calling all Part-time/Adjunct/Casual Professor/Lectures/Instructors/Teachers!

Your title might be different. It may be part-time, or adjunct, or casual, or associate. You might be designated as …

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