Abstracts: Mobuto casts a shadow over Africa. Change out of Africa. Shaping a son of Africa
Abstracts: Models for brave new world. Eminences grises' eminence grise. First right, second left...
Abstracts: Models of student development: Measuring progress. Student course evaluations: what the numbers mean. Corruption of the academy: student evaluations of faculty
Abstracts: Modern miracles by sort code. Inspire your students to blow their own trumpets. A college to call their own; a university can bring prosperity to a provincial town
Abstracts: Modifying schoolwork in inclusive classrooms. Differentiated instruction and educational standards: Is detente possible?
Abstracts: Money-spinning courses for foreigners - you're speaking our language. ...recommend greater openness for PhD vivas
Abstracts: Money worries top list of student concerns. Need to broaden intake? Set a new exam. Debt, designer clothes and dwindling politics
Abstracts: Moonlighting stars exposed. Curb on corruption. Italy takes down nepotists..
Abstracts: Moral credibility and crime: why people obey law. The media and truth: is there a moral duty? Moral freedom
Abstracts: More power to the ex-polys' elbows; momentous change for all sectors of higher education in the UK. A future forged without steel
Abstracts: More students can mean less. Our time-less lives. Less of the 'stiff upper lip'
Abstracts: More support makes the road to PhD less rocky. Spirits rise as isolation ends. 'My supervisor is great--but I can't get up in the morning'
Abstracts: More than just a way into the reel thing. Just hit the red button. Watching them watching us
Abstracts: Morris praises learning per se. Inappropriate use of learning outcomes slated. Curiosity's priceless, argue trailblazers
Abstracts: Most imaginative use of distance learning. Prizes single out spirit of innovation. Most Imaginative Use of Distance Learning
Abstracts: Most imaginative use of distance learning. Research project of the year. Best student experience
Abstracts: Most PhDs desert academe. Seven-year hitch casts doubt on future of part-time PhDs. PhDs push for status change
Abstracts: Mothering with a spot of infanticide. Hostage to stress hits out. Never mind the 15m land mines, we must see the eclipse
Abstracts: Motivating students. Start making sense. Making JTPA programs work in rural areas
Abstracts: 'Motives for pushing for an extra point or two are not as urgent as 35 years ago, when a B average would keep you at a safe distance from Vietnam'
Abstracts: Motorway madness! Scorpion trial virologist stung by ousting. Prescott directs drivers to the fee-way
Abstracts: Mounted police always get their 'radicals'. Hunt elk, read Dickens. DU test is no fishy tale
Abstracts: Moveable objects. Campus staff offer the full monty. Pound sterling 4.5m Cetl herds best in vet teaching
Abstracts: Moving forward on brain-based learning. Lively connections. Cerebral context
Abstracts: Moving up fast on the inside lane. Equipment goes down the tubes. (research laboratories). Let's get physical
Abstracts: MPs savage white paper proposals. Do we need the 50% target? "We have a lot more to do"
Abstracts: MPs' wish-list for '99 agenda. No more case for students, Hodge says. Private fees fund 'public' investment
Abstracts: Mr Randall points out the 'fallible.'. Leaked survey slates leaders. Profs attack managers
Abstracts: Ms Behaved? Las Vegas backs casino careers. Catcher of the wry
Abstracts: MSPs call for more cash to remain competitive. Scots fearful of new divide. Academic freedom versus the last taboo
Abstracts: MSPs warm to free research. Gender equality stalls north of border. Brave Scots win minds
Abstracts: 'Much of the world (including the US) lives quite happily with a system in which lecturers are judge and jury... with no outside oversight'
Abstracts: Mullahs and kulaks -- he would bin them all: forty years ago E.H. Carr published 'What is History?' Richard J. Evans considers the influence this former journalist had on historical thought and how he might view history in the making today
Abstracts: Multi-ethnic labour pangs. Prepare for a shock. Get students to run the show
Abstracts: Multiple literacies, curriculum, and instruction in early childhood and elementary school. Multiple literacies and middle school students
Abstracts: Multiple literacies, new literacies, and teacher education. Looking out across Columbus: What we mean by ''multiple literacies''
Abstracts: Mummy, I want to be a housewife. Marry in haste.... Marry up and stay home
Abstracts: Murder by Media. Software Reviews and Previews. Media Reviews Filmstrips: The Biology of Nuclear War
Abstracts: Murder taints 'tolerant' campus. War-torn campus reopens. Killing time on the war campus
Abstracts: Muse attacks? Retreat for a while to a more lackadaisical environment. It hasn't yet sunk in, but hippy is no longer chic
Abstracts: Music to our cash tills. Breaking boundaries. Thieves cash in on chip gold rush
Abstracts: Muslim course network collapses. Union aims for 3.3% rise. Unions reject 2.1% pay offer
Abstracts: Muslims fear severing ties may fuel ill will. For some, campus is still another country. Tyne is ripe to hatch some high aspirations
Abstracts: Must science always end up on the altar ?. Love without the sex object; sexual identity. Mum's place is in the wrong
Abstracts: 'My chemistry teachers had PhDs and one really impressed me with his ability to blow non-strop through a blowtorch without pausing to breathe'
Abstracts: 'My chemistry teachers had PhDs and one really impressed me with his ability to blow non-strop through a blowtorch without pausing to breathe'. part 2
Abstracts: My family and other animals. Genial observer of lab animals. Transfer stuns Bodmer
Abstracts: Mystery callers will shop staff. Rank and file accuse union negotiators of selling out. Unions say 'no' to pay talks
Abstracts: My summer hols wr CWOT. B4, we usd 2 go 2NY 2C my bro, his GF & thr 3:-@ kds FTF. When it comes to the crunch
Abstracts: 'Naive' UK risks losing millions. UCL tops big 5 with UKPd93m. Break up RAE scam
Abstracts: Naive US freshmen are offered lessons in perils of adulthood. US falls for soft diplomacy
Abstracts: Namibia sheds Afrikaans accent with difficulty; distance learning helps transition to English as official language
Abstracts: Nappy clue to happy old age. Screen search for siblings. Sex and the single-minded
Abstracts: Natfhe candidate will set up two-horse race. Honeymoon is over for UCU. Hidden talents wired into your psyche
Abstracts: National health care: is Canada the model system? Adding the arts. The National Endowment for the Arts: liberator or warden?
Abstracts: National pay under threat. Threat to seize pay over exam boycott. Boycott staff face 'punitive' levies
Abstracts: National security: the role of population. Asian population change: what it means for policy. The impact of population decline
Abstracts: National service: Americorps works. Realism: it's high minded...and it works. National service: promoting a national vision
Abstracts: Navigate the circus of fancy with fact. The power of profile. ...think we should end apartheid between English and cultural studies
Abstracts: Navigating the moral maze. Hope in a ravaged continent. A kinship that relies on parity
Abstracts: Need a little help figuring it out? In the Green Man's shadow. A ship's evolution from globetrotter to coastguard
Abstracts: Need a little help figuring it out? Practising preachers. ...think the Booker is relevant to the study of literature
Abstracts: Negative verdict on plans for change. FE leapfrogs wannabe unis. The knowledge incendiary
Abstracts: Neighbours under the volcano. Top of Euro league. Oscar's winning way
Abstracts: 'Neo-Darwinism has failed as an evolutionary theory'. A public haven for private pursuits. Europe's bitter harvest; EC biotechnology monitoring has failed to reassure public
Abstracts: Nerc goes to work on Pounds Sterling 1bn climate change partnership. Protests hamper animal test cuts
Abstracts: Network to transform the learning landscape. ACU tipped to take over fee-waiver programme. Partners mapping the future
Abstracts: Never trust a talking mouse. Appraise be Rhys, Otto and Ms Lupone. A 6ft nipple, a severed hand... the fun we had
Abstracts: New academy to raise status of teaching. Offa loses teeth in scrap over bill. Ministers to review teaching only plan
Abstracts: New battle in philosophy war. Big universe, little men. Applied philosophy
Abstracts: New battles on a wounded landscape. Decoding the time bomb. Leading the country by the head and the heart
Abstracts: New body for British postgraduates. V-cs, Muslim leaders meet PM. The age of 'strategic alliances'
Abstracts: New body may feel old pains. External examiner reform. Another brick out of the wall
Abstracts: New boss ready to rattle Manchester. Debate is about to get personal. Off campus, off the scene
Abstracts: Newby atacks funding system. A partial solution to widening the skills base. Lifetime achievement
Abstracts: New challenge: continuous quality improvement. Integrating writing into the curriculum. Internships build confidence, skills
Abstracts: New data, same story. 1964 revisited: lessons from the history of Mr Poly. How will our soul be saved?
Abstracts: New deal offsets the handicaps. Managing the managers. Roused by the rabble
Abstracts: New donors back commonwealth of learning. Toronto pulls job offer from Prozac critic. Iran lost a soldier, but the medical world gained
Abstracts: New frocks for the legal priesthood. Web driver issues free ticket to ride. Legal aid is given free by the dons at dotcoms
Abstracts: New guidelines confound v-cs. E-guide to managing research goes live. Colleges take first steps to go co-ed
Abstracts: New! Improved formula! Big guns blaze in a rodeo of bestsellers. Star of the big screen
Abstracts: New! Improved formula! Don't blame it on the gene. Life as a field study
Abstracts: New Jersey students learn from company employees. Nontraditional students/nontraditional teacher. Thriving with A.L.I.V.E.: students, businesses and community cheer school-to-work model
Abstracts: New kids on the block. Don't sack the gardener. PFI: modern estate management's Man Friday
Abstracts: 'New Labour doesn't want to hear about the past, especially its own; it would show the party up. What would Marx have to say about its achievements?'
Abstracts: New lease of life isn't all you win. Mixed views on Howard's end. Outrage at BNP invitation
Abstracts: New life in e-books. Making a pig's ear of an unscientific free-for-all. Del.icio.us way to talk
Abstracts: New rules will scrap 'negative' awards. Cheap travel and free laptops. Britain flies the e-university flag
Abstracts: Newspeak loses its voice. Origin of nation. A voice for culture
Abstracts: New start in the Second Chance saloon. Access entry boosted by college links. Liberating staff from 'the pits.'
Abstracts: New technologies: Shaping the future. International education: A needed curriculum. The new geopolitics of oil
Abstracts: New term, new teaching. Challenge for the team spirit. Students records 'just more red tape.'
Abstracts: New title holders face tough decisions. Disabled staff gain new champion in workplace. Support is lacking for minority students
Abstracts: New tricks for old dogs. Is the Square Mile colour blind? Staff 'swotted' by managers
Abstracts: New world budget cuts put classics on ice. British PhDs runners up in cost league. Inquiry backs course fees for postgraduates
Abstracts: New year honours. Queen's birthday honours. New Year Honours
Abstracts: New Year's Honours. Queen's Birthday Honours List. New Year Honours
Abstracts: Next RAE may demote 5*s. Excellence - time. Do they deserve to be degrees?
Abstracts: NHS deal set to ban fees for nursing. Here's Bob the builder to show you the ropes. Labour rebels pressured to defend stance on fees
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