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Why Social Science Matters, Issue 3 By Darren Marsh & Malcolm Todd
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What is the purpose of external examining”? This is the opening question posed by the QAA (2010) in a document aimed at contributing to the current debate around the role. It is the right... More > question to begin with, as the subsequent questions, such as the tasks they should perform, and the qualifications that they require, presuppose that we are broadly in agreement as to what their purpose is. The articles in this issue of Why Social Science Matters address this issue, and contribute to the Higher Education Academy sector wide debate about external examining.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 1 By Darren Marsh & Malcolm Todd
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Why Social Science Matters is a new series of essays published by the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics, which is part of the Higher Education Academy. In this first issue of Why Social... More > Science Matters, six academic authors address this issue in response to a lead article by Professor Ranald Mcdonald. Change has become ubiquitous within Higher Education. Whether it be changes to organisational structures - from departments, to schools, to faculties and back again over a regular cycle; to the curriculum; to the latest approaches to learning, teaching and assessment; to initiatives from Funding Councils or the Government; we do not seem to be able to avoid the experience of change or initiative overload. However, change need not be a bad thing, though we may not necessarily agree on what ‘for the better’ means.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 1 By Darren Marsh & Malcolm Todd
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Why Social Science Matters is a new series of essays published by the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics, which is part of the Higher Education Academy. In this first issue of Why Social... More > Science Matters, six academic authors address this issue in response to a lead article by Professor Ranald Mcdonald. Change has become ubiquitous within Higher Education. Whether it be changes to organisational structures - from departments, to schools, to faculties and back again over a regular cycle; to the curriculum; to the latest approaches to learning, teaching and assessment; to initiatives from Funding Councils or the Government; we do not seem to be able to avoid the experience of change or initiative overload. However, change need not be a bad thing, though we may not necessarily agree on what ‘for the better’ means.< Less
Why Social Science Matters, Issue 3 By Darren Marsh & Malcolm Todd
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What is the purpose of external examining”? This is the opening question posed by the QAA (2010) in a document aimed at contributing to the current debate around the role. It is the right... More > question to begin with, as the subsequent questions, such as the tasks they should perform, and the qualifications that they require, presuppose that we are broadly in agreement as to what their purpose is. The articles in this issue of Why Social Science Matters address this issue, and contribute to the Higher Education Academy sector wide debate about external examining.< Less

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