We hear from Greg, a 27 year old IT grad who is having a bash at starting up in Canada.
The Government has released more detail on the TEF. We look at how the ranking system and assessment criteria relate to teaching quality.
We think about what metrics the TEF might use to actually assess good quality teaching
The Teaching Excellence Framework is coming to a university near you. What might that mean for your learning experience?
A heartfelt intervention from an academic who has directly experienced the sharp end of publish or perish.
Slow strategies for dealing with stress and anxiety are popular among academic staff. It’s time students got involved.
Phd Student Milly looks at how much has changed since she graduated two years ago
Simon explores deep listening
We're writing a paper for an academic journal and need your help
When the pressures of University become deadly, slow scholarship is more important than ever.
Simon shares some thoughts on perspective and life beyond the 'endgame'
Sarah takes us through how she slowed down and found her path
Too many job adverts are filled with confusing and unhelpful language. If you don't know what a "forward facing client-centric delivery program" is, read on.
‘I am in competition with no one. I have no desire to play the game better than anyone else. I am simply trying to be a better person than I was yesterday’ Unknown
Turns out everyone is getting rejected from things, not just you.
Suzanne writes about Slow Media and allowing a window to the self
Emma gives her thoughts on slowing down
Harvard is catching on with the idea of staying slow - and so should you.
Because not many of you will, that's why.
How Laura is making slow her friend