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Kevin is founder of the world.edu project. The past 28 years have been involved in publishing to the education sector in print and the internet. Kevin has a degree in Education and has a many years experience in developing companies and projects.
What if college athletes got paid? 3 questions answered

What if college athletes got paid? 3 questions answered

The California state legislature has approved a bill that allows college athletes to earn money through athletic endorsements starting in 2023. The governor hasn’t said whether he’ll sign the bill into law. Jasmine Harris, an expert on student athletes, addresses how the bill, known as “Fair Pay to Play Act,” would alter college athletics if it […] … learn more→

How to survive university – top tips for new students

How to survive university – top tips for new students

The prospect of going to university is exciting but can also be a daunting time. There are many questions to address and a number of unknowns, then there’s the challenge of imposter syndrome – wondering whether you’ll fit in with other students along with fears about how to make your own way in the world. And that’s […] … learn more→

What does Veteran Healthcare look like around the world?

What does Veteran Healthcare look like around the world?

We hear the mantra “support our troops” all the time, and for good reason: most people are very grateful for the men and women who dedicate years of their lives to protecting our country. Unfortunately, we don’t always take the best care of our soldiers once they return home. The United States Department of Veteran’s […] … learn more→

Ignoring young people’s climate change fears is a recipe for anxiety

Ignoring young people’s climate change fears is a recipe for anxiety

Thousands of school students across Australia are expected to join in the global protest today calling for action on climate change. This isn’t the first time students in Australia have rallied against climate change – many took to the streets in March. But today is expected to be one of the biggest protests as they’ll be joined by others, including many […] … learn more→

Textbook merger could create more problems than just higher prices

Textbook merger could create more problems than just higher prices

Ever since Cengage and McGraw-Hill Education – two of the largest textbook publishers in the U.S. – announced plans to merge next year, fears have arisen that lack of competition in America’s textbook industry will lead to higher textbook prices for students. Indeed, Cengage and McGraw-Hill currently control about 24% and 21% of the textbook market, respectively, while Pearson – the […] … learn more→

It’s time to get serious about open educational resources

It’s time to get serious about open educational resources

With autumn upon us, here’s a familiar scene on Canadian campuses. Eager young students queue in bricks-and-mortar bookshops to pay as much as C$600 (£350) for a single textbook. Yes, that’s correct. For a student with a full course load, dropping a couple thousand dollars on textbooks is the new norm. In an era of […] … learn more→

If you want to cut bullying in schools, look at the ‘invisible violence’ in our society

If you want to cut bullying in schools, look at the ‘invisible violence’ in our society

A new strategy to tackle bullying of children both inside and outside the school gates was recently released by the South Australian Department of Education. It has adopted the national definition of bullying that directly links it to a misuse of power. The strategy also questions the role “movies, television, newspapers and the internet” could play in promoting violence. But bullying […] … learn more→

Science and Tech Conference: Whites need not apply

Science and Tech Conference: Whites need not apply

One of the many, many, problems with having our campuses taken over by Progressives is their racism. The only real advantage to the takeover is this racism, long hidden via “wink and a nod” policies which were never in writing (but enforced through hiring and firing)…are now ever more commonly in black and white. This […] … learn more→

Research: ethics committees, the risk of a

Research: ethics committees, the risk of a “bureaucracy of virtue”?

In recent years, ethics committees have been strengthened in the French research landscape. Objective displayed by these bodies  : ensure upstream that a study or experience will not harm the people who participate. In the Anglo-Saxon world, although these committees (or Institutional Review Boards , IRB) have long been imposed in the humanities and social sciences (SHS), they raise a […] … learn more→

How to approach an inter-disciplinary thesis

How to approach an inter-disciplinary thesis

Interdisciplinary research utilizes techniques from two or more disciplines to come up with solutions to problems. Increasing number of universities worldwide are recruiting professors who can lead interdisciplinary research projects. While there are many benefits that entail doing interdisciplinary research, there are some downsides to it as well. My masters research was highly interdisciplinary involving […] … learn more→