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(De)Centralized Governance in Higher Education: How Do Different Systems Cope with Change?

(De)Centralized Governance in Higher Education: How Do Different Systems Cope with Change?
On June 25, a cohort of experts in various strands of higher education scholarship will meet online for this year’s Session 4 by the Observatory for Higher Education Transformations, an initiative to advance HE research and networking that spans IOE alongside a number of other leading academic hubs from across the globe. This time, the open expert discussion will focus on how HE systems with centralized and decentralized governance have been navigating an environment of uncertainty and change amid the COVID-19 emergency.

How Can We Train Effective Facilitators of Lifelong Learning?

How Can We Train Effective Facilitators of Lifelong Learning?
On June 18, Dr. Marie Arsalidou, Head of the HSE University Neuropsy Lab and Co-Director of the Science of Learning and Assessment (SOLA) Master’s at IOE, will be giving an online open lecture, ‘How We Train Professionals Who Can Facilitate Lifelong Learning.’ Everyone interested in the latest academic perspectives at the intersection of cognitive science and education is welcome to participate.

Exploring Links between Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Sports Consumers

Exploring Links between Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Sports Consumers
On June 11, Session 6 as part of IOE’s Fast-track Seminar Series in Education 2021 will feature a talk titled, ‘Sports Knowledge, Education, and Women as Omnivorous Sports Consumers.’ Everyone interested is welcome to join the open conversation on Zoom. 

Educational Studies Journal Now Ranks in Scopus Q1

Educational Studies Journal Now Ranks in Scopus Q1
Educational Studies, a quarterly international peer-reviewed journal by HSE University, has made it into Scopus Quartile One.

What Are the Chances Online Education Will Help You Successfully Change Careers? HSE Researchers Measure the Effectiveness of Yandex.Practicum

What Are the Chances Online Education Will Help You Successfully Change Careers? HSE Researchers Measure the Effectiveness of Yandex.Practicum
Experts from the Institute of Education of HSE University examined the effectiveness of five courses of one of the largest Russian online education services, Yandex.Practicum. The study showed that 71.1% of graduates found employment, and more than half of them became employed within two months after graduation.

Remote Learning Struggles

Remote Learning Struggles
Undergraduates’ anxieties at the onset of online learning

HSE Researcher Named First Winner of British Early Career Researchers Award

Saule Bekova
The British Educational Research Association, BERA, has announced the winners of its Early Career Researchers Award, founded this year to recognize emerging researchers. The new award’s first two winners are Saule Bekova, Research Fellow at theInstitute of Education of the Centre of Sociology of Higher Education, and Binwei Lu of Durham University (UK). In the announcement, the organizing committee praised them as ‘outstanding scholars’ and noted the potential significance of their research for the field of education.

IOE Ramps up R&D Partnership with Kazakhstan

IOE Ramps up R&D Partnership with Kazakhstan
The HSE Institute of Education and Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University have recently entered into a cooperation to advance research and development across an array of domains in education.

Assessment of Universal Competences

Assessment of Universal Competences
New approaches to assessing soft skills

How COVID-19 Has Affected Experiences of University Students

How COVID-19 Has Affected Experiences of University Students
On April 19, this year’s third session of the Observatory for Higher Education Transformations will host an open expert discussion titled, ‘Experiences of University Students during the Pandemic.’