Author Archives: Hassan Osman

About Hassan Osman

Hassan is a Health & Social Care lecturer at the University of Bolton. His background lies in international development and global health. Prior to becoming an academic, Hassan has worked with several international development NGOs in the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa. Hassan specialises in teaching research methods in health related disciplines and have a keen interest in human and knowledge mobility and in the context of North – South Health Partnerships (HPs).

#LTHEchat 150 The International Mobility of Higher Education Academic Staff with Ross Espinoza & Hassan Osman @DrRossEspinoza & @DrHassanOsman1

The search for talent and innovation is increasingly becoming a prominent feature in many fields including Higher Education (HE). This follows a common assumption that knowledge capital generates new discoveries and innovations. In the field of HE, one of the … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 149 Conceptualising the Digital University with @sheilmcn & @smythkrs

Despite the increasing ubiquity of the term digital university, the concept of the digital university remains diffuse. Perceptions tend to slant in predictable directions: technological determinism; association within a particular account of education – open online learning for example; and … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 145 PGRs Who Teach with @CatherineLill20

PGRs have very different opportunities to teach. Some institutions (or departments) rely on PGRs to deliver teaching but provide limited or no support for their development. Others value and nurture this as a vital career stage, recognising that for those … Continue reading

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