SRHE Blog & Newsletter
This 'blogsite' was launched in January 2014 as a development of SRHE News, to provide members and others associated with the Society to read and comment on the most pressing issues with Higher Education research.
The site is available from the following link SRHE blog.
This is the newsletter of SRHE. The SRHE Newsletter includes contributions from members across the globe, details
of upcoming events and reports on recent activities.
The latest SRHE Newsletter (November 2014) is now available to members - click on 'Apply now' below for details and the many other benefits of membership
Previous issues of SRHE News are available to SRHE members only via the following link Members Area.
For further enquiries, or to submit any articles of interest, please contact the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Out Now - SRHE News Issue 19 - January 2015
Extract from editorial
Was that a foul REF?
In the Research Season 2008-2014 the controversy was not so much about who ended up top of the league, but whether the English premier league can still claim to be the best in the world
Big clubs were even more dominant, with the golden triangle pulling away from the rest and filling the top league positions. But controversy raged about the standard of refereeing, with many more players being labelled world class than ever before. Referees supremo David Sweeney was quick to claim outstanding success, but sponsors and commentators were more sceptical, as the number of goals per game went up by more than 50%...
Higher Education Empirical Research (HEER) Database (QAA)
The Higher Education Empirical Research (HEER) database comprises summaries of the latest published research on a range of topics related to higher education. It is intended for use by policy-makers, academics and researchers in higher education. The database is fully searchable by theme, publisher and date.
As a registered user you gain access to the full summaries and subscription options to receive email notifications as soon as new research is added to the database.
Further details are available here HEER Database.
Higher Education Statistics Agency 2012-13 Data
Below are links to HESA datasets provided to SRHE in February 2014. This data in relation to UK Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) is broken down by age group, gender, ethnicity, disability status, level of study, mode of study, etc. We hope they will be useful to any of members and guests currently engaged in research.
The links below will download a .zip file from which you can then extract the publication and supporting files, these files are stored in Microsoft Excel and HTML format.
In order to view the files correctly you must choose to 'Extract' the files from the .zip file and save them within one folder, then choose to view the index.html file first.
- Students in Higher Education Institutions 2012/13
- Staff in Higher Education Institutions 2012/13
- Finance of Higher Education Institutions 2012/13
- HE Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) Survey 2012/13
- Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2012/13