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How can you keep your teaching fresh and relevant in such a rapidly changing world? Expert Briefings allow you to show how the theoretical principles you teach can make sense of current global or local events, and be used to develop future strategies.
Learn how Expert Briefings work for you and your students.
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Each week we make one Expert Briefing free to access and share on our social media channels. Every month, we collect our newest free briefings and deliver them direct to your inbox, ready for you to use in your teaching.
Learning with Expert Briefings
Support core skills development in students by introducing them to a 'practice oriented' way of reporting information.
A trusted, evidence-based source that you and your students can rely on
Data collated from multiple verified sources - no need to trawl news sites for topical examples.
Expert authors are protected by anonymity to ensure analysis is bold, unbiased, and objective.
Prepare students for the world of work – practice applying theory to complex, real-world examples
Daily briefings train students how to engage critically with complex political, social, and economic events.
The five-year archive gives students a historical frame of reference for the key decisions they will make today, and in the future.
Teaching with Expert Briefings
Save time on teaching preparation with a resource that provides accurate information quickly and in one place.
Relevant – up to the minute analysis of events in your region or on the world stage
Informed – analysis from over 1,500 academics, former policymakers, regulators and industry leaders
Focused – distilling data from multiple sources to identify what is important and understand the broader significance
Objective – the Expert Briefings team review all content and have spent more than 40 years developing techniques to identify and mitigate bias
Accessible – succinct and easy to read for students at every level and non-native English speakers
Illustrative questions for seminar discussions & essays
Always have current content available – using the theme of global sustainable development, see how unbiased expert analysis of recent event can be used to bring thematic teaching to life.
How are Expert Briefings created?
Expert Briefings are created by independent geopolitical analysis and advisory firm Oxford Analytica. Since 1975 they have been working to generate clear, unbiased insights from complicated, confused, and sometimes uncertain information. Here’s how they do it.
Generating clear foresight from a mass of complicated, confused and sometimes uncertain information by first separating the signal from the noise and then subjecting that to rigorous analysis.
The result is insight that is being used today to inform decisions by governments, policymakers, and business professionals.
Meet the experts
The more than 1500 contributors to Expert Briefings are anonymous, but you can learn about the Region Heads and Analysts who turn contributor inputs into focused and accessible briefings for you and your students on the Oxford Analytica website.
Meet the Region heads
Forty senior members of Oxford Analytica’s network work to help identify key themes and frame questions relevant to your teaching.
Region heads are leading academics or former senior industry and government practitioners who are abreast of cutting-edge thinking on geopolitical and macroeconomic issues.
Region teams cover: Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East & North Africa, North America, Russia & CIS, and International. Meet the Region Heads
Meet the Analysts
They ensure that Expert Briefings analysis is not only timely and relevant to your students but also of the highest analytical and editorial standards and presented in plain-spoken and precise English. Meet the Analysts
Learn more about the people who create Expert Briefings
Oxford Analytica is independent, so protected from partisan or ideological agendas.
The reality of events is reported without restriction, as contributors are anonymous.
Analysis is critiqued using both internal and external experts to expose bias, provide rigour, challenge arguments and allow for new viewpoints.
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