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Innovation is the invisible force behind value-creation, economic growth and living standards. After a year of post-truth politics, when we were told that experts were not trusted any more, I need a metaphorical reboot. Maybe you do too? If so, read on for some valuable learning on innovation. (more…)
“We Make the World Taste Better“ is the title of the European Bartender School’s latest multichannel campaign that seeks to increase the awareness of high-quality cocktail making, targeting prospective students across universities and major cities in the UK. (more…)
Feedback is defined as ‘the return of information about an activity or process’. In order for effective feedback to happen, staff need to have the skills to both give and receive feedback and an understanding that this is a supportive sharing of knowledge as opposed to a ‘witch hunt’. In this article we’ll take a closer look at 2 main types of feedback. (more…)
On the occasion of the start of the new semester we have asked close to 10.000 students about their opinion on digital vs. printed textbooks. Would you like to learn more about international students’ reading and learning habits? On the right you can see, for examples, the results from the US. Interested? Then take a look at the other results. And last but not least, thanks to all those who participated in our survey.
About the survey
Our textbook survey was conducted between the 1st of June and the 1st of September. During this time close to 10.000 students from countries such as the United States, India, the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands answered our questions about the use of textbooks. Let’s take a look at the results – in a written and graphical version. Don’t miss this!
Some of the main results
- US students are the champions of digital textbooks: 58% favour digital over printed textbooks.
- UK students are the kings and queens of taking it easy: 62.5% of the students in favor of digital textbooks prefer them because they are easier to carry.
- Dutch students never get tired of flipping real pages around: 70% of them are still preferring printed books.
- Indian students are pioneers in matters of eTextbooks: 54,1% prefer digital before printed textbooks
- 94% of the Germans refuse to always buy the required textbook
- Almost half of the Swedish students realized they only need a few chapters of their textbooks
All results of the specific countries
- Dutch results (Text is in Dutch) and
- Danish results (Text in Danish).
And here are some of the articles featuring our student survey
- Publishing Perspectives:
- Are College Students Buying Required Textbooks? 75% in US Say No
- PC Magazine:
- Infographic: U.S. Students Prefer Digital
Thank again to the thousands of students who filled out our questionnaire, you have been a great help!
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If you are thinking of applying for a job, it doesn’t matter where you are located: your goal will always be to impress the reader of your CV and get hired. When it comes to applying abroad, Germany, as one of the strongest economic powers in Europe, is becoming increasingly popular. However, don’t forget that there are some differences in application processes between different countries. We have collected the most striking ones to help you make sure that your application to Germany is a success.
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