Enabling dialogue and sharing different perspectives in a changing HE landscape
The LSE Higher Education Blog is an outward-facing forum for academics, educators and students to share and discuss their experiences and insights into teaching and learning, and to present a bold, multi-perspective view of higher education in the UK and globally. If you are interested in higher education, we hope you will engage and contribute to the blog. You can subscribe and set up feeds on the homepage.
Relaunched in May 2019, this blog builds on the success of the LSE Education blog which ran from 2012-2018. Occasionally the HE blog will feature content from the former blog in the From The Archive section. We would also like to acknowledge the role of the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre and the LSE Pro-Director for Education, Professor Dilly Fung, for their much valued encouragement, support and funding.
The content posted on this blog is opinion-based, and does not reflect the views of the London School of Economics and Political Science or any of its constituent departments and divisions.
If you wish to contribute to the blog or bring an issue to our attention, please pitch your ideas to or contact the LSE HE Blog editorial team. The editorial policy is decided and applied by the editorial team.
Enabling dialogue is our raison d’être and comments on the blog are very welcome. All comments will be moderated, so you may encounter a delay until your comment is published. To post a comment, your email address will be required. It is not published or shared, but it may be used to communicate privately with the commenter.
Please make sure your comments comply with our guidelines:
• We welcome respectful, reasonable, constructive and concise comments that contribute to the discussion.
• Inappropriate language, offensive comments and personal attacks will not be tolerated. The blog editorial team reserves the right to delete, move, mark as spam or edit any and all comments, and block access to an individual or group of people from commenting on one post or across the entire LSE HE Blog.
• Please do not include more than two links in a comment, otherwise it could be marked as spam.
Unless otherwise specified, all our posts are also published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence (CC BY 3.0) and other blogs and publications are free to use them, with attribution.
Editor: Lee-Ann Sequeira
Advisory Editor: Claire Gordon
Editorial team: David Blake-Faggiani and Chris Doughty
Finance Adviser: Nicole Nathan
Editorial Advisory Board: coming soon