More milestones!


So, last year we were so happy that we had managed to gather 500 people on Facebook who share our passion for higher education.Well, time flies and there is more of us, not only on Facebook, our community is also growing on Twitter. So, we are delighted to inform you that the Hedda group now counts 800 members on Facebook and 600 followers on Twitter. So our warm welcome to Amrita Sharma as our 800th friend on Facebook, and to the Twitter account of the Canadian Council of Ministers of Education. Glad to connect! For those of you who are not connected yet – look to the right column here on the page!

We would like to thank you, Hedda blog readers for helping us reach more milestones. While more is not always better, we are really happy to be able to connect with so many people around the world who are interested in higher education! We will continue to do our best in providing you with podcasts, guest entries and interviews from international researchers and experts in higher education.

As the Hedda network is growing – this serves also a call to contribute. We want to continue to further develop Hedda as a source for high quality knowledge on higher education. Located in the intersection between research and practice, the Hedda blog focuses on openly accessible, up to date and research based knowledge, in addition to practitioner expertise on various issues in the field of higher education.

This can be focus on a particular phenomenon, reform, process in your specific higher education system or institution; reports on recent research on higher education, across disciplines; contributions to our “In Focus” section that introduces various organisations or large projects in higher education. The contributions can be either based on existing larger publications, projects, or describing recent political/policy developments.

For you, this would mean an excellent opportunity to reach out to a large number of readers in more than 100 countries and spread information about your projects and publications, and engage in global knowledge dissemination. For more information, you can reach us by e-mail.