Thursday, 27 February 2020

Fwd: Media Practice and Education / Screenworks special issue

Published: Media Practice and Education vol 21 issue 1.


This is a special issue, in collaboration with Screenworks on the theme of Practice Pedagogies.


Prof Julian McDougall, PFHEA

Centre for Excellence in Media Practice

Bournemouth University

Editor: Media Practice and Education


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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Fwd: Early View Alert: Higher Education Quarterly

Cover Image Higher Education Quarterly

Early View

Online Version of Record before inclusion in an issue


Blended professionals, technology and online learning: Identifying a socio‐technical third space in higher education
Steven White, Su White, Kate Borthwick

Version of Record online: 10 February 2020


    Justice through higher education: Revisiting White Paper 3 of 1997
    Siseko H. Kumalo

    Version of Record online: 10 February 2020

      Monday, 27 January 2020

      Fwd: Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in HE (PESTLHE) - LATEST ISSUE OUT NOW

      Dear All

      We have now established a permanent web hosting service so hurrah -and at last. Onwards and upwards. We are now in our 14th year of publication and want to thank all our reviewers and authors for their contributions and support. We look forward to working with you all and welcoming and working with new (and 'old') authors and reviewers to the journal - see the sign up options if you opt to register with the journal - note you don't have to register to view the journal issues. 

      The latest issues can be found here and we are receiving papers for April/May and October/November 2020. 

      Thank you for all our reviewers over 

      Kind regards
      (Editor-in-Chief PESTLHE)
      Dr Jane Pritchard
      Principal Lecturer Educational Development
      National Teaching Fellow, Senior Fellow HEA

      Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development  (OCSLD)
      Wheatley Campus, Oxford

      +44 01865 48 5774

      Thursday, 9 January 2020

      Decolonising the curriculum - reports from Brighton


      Open University Innovation report

      Innovating Pedagogy 2020

      This is the latest report in our annual series exploring new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world, to guide teachers and policy makers in productive innovation.
      Download Innovating Pedagogy 2020

      This eighth report, produced in collaboration with the National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL), Dublin City University, Ireland, proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education in their current form.
      You can see a summary of each innovation using the Current themes menu on the right.
      Please add your comments on the report and the innovations on this blog, or comment on social media using the hashtag #IP2020report

      Monday, 6 January 2020

      Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching Issue on Pedagogy and Play

      Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching Issue on Pedagogy and Play
      Vol 2 No 2 (2019):

      Lydia Lymperis
      Self-organised learning: Empowering the most marginalised schools of
      rural Greece?

      Robert J. Bonk
      Technologically enhanced pedagogies in Professional Writing

      Mark Wheaton, Brendan O'Connell, Giovanni Merola
      The effectiveness of inter-teaching: Some international evidence

      Paola A. Magni, Jolene M. Anthony, Raja M. Zuha
      Forensic science and student mobility programs in the Indo-Pacific
      region: Unveiling the potential of an international and intercultural
      project in forensic science education

      Stevphen Shukaitis
      The Play’s the Thing… an introduction to the Special Section on
      “Pedagogy and Play in Teaching Today”

      Bina Rai, Hui Shin Tan, Chen Huei Leo
      Bringing play back into the biology classroom with the use of gamified
      virtual lab simulations

      Shao Han Tan, Alanna Yeo, Stevphen Shukaitis
      Learning inside the magic circle: An interview with Curious Chimeras

      Juliana Lim, Kenny Leck, Stevphen Shukaitis
      Challenges of the independent cultural economy in Singapore: A
      masterclass with Juliana Lim and Kenny Leck

      Xi-Wei Yeo
      The game plan: Using gamification strategies to engage learners as
      active players

      Stephen D. Brookfield, J├╝rgen Rudolph; Eric Yeo
      The power of critical thinking in learning and teaching. An interview
      with Professor Stephen D. Brookfield

      Samson Tan
      The rise of immersive learning

      Rob Burton
      A review of Nearpod – an interactive tool for student engagement

      Kara Jung
      Learning English is already a misspelling minefield without using
      programs that will confuse children

      Justin O'Brien
      Giving and receiving feedback - role play exercise


      Thursday, 19 December 2019

      Fwd: LJMU Innovations in Practice


      LJMU's Innovations in Practice is now available, and can be viewed here: .  This issue features papers on:


      ·         religion and faith on the campus

      ·         BAME underrepresentation in universities

      ·         Personal tutoring for undergraduates

      ·         Barriers to student engagement in sports clubs and societies

      ·         A review of UK HE policy reports and papers (Feb to Aug 2019)


      (Plus book reviews on the feedback process, teaching online and mental health.)


      The journal is intended to support those staff, new or experienced, in teaching and student support – to develop their scholarship and writing and critical reflection skills.


      Hope you enjoy the issue, and wishing all a great Christmas/new year break.



      Virendra Mistry




      Liverpool John Moores University

      Virendra Mistry BA (Hons) MA CertHE PhD FHEA
      Academic Practice Developer, Editor-in-Chief Innovations in Practice
      Teaching and Learning Academy
      Exchange Station, Tithebarn St, Liverpool, L2 2QP, UK
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