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On the Internet, No One Knows You’re a Student

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By Adam Kingsmith An old digital adage posits that on the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog. The phrase is in reference to the emancipating qualities of cyberspace. By virtue of the Internet’s unbridled creative licensing, gender, race, age, … Continue reading




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Why We Should Resist the Idea of Student as Consumer Richard Scullion reflects on the demands being placed on higher education to make it “responsive to market drivers” (marketization). He argues that the process is shaping higher education on more … Continue reading




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