Monday, 10 December 2018

Journal special edition on Compassionate Pedagogy

https://jpaap.napier.ac.uk/index.php/JPAAP/issue/view/23

Special Issue on Compassionate Pedagogy with Kathryn Waddington, University of Westminster.

Published: 2018-12-08
Editorial, JPAAP Vol 6, Issue 3, 2018
Kathryn Waddington

1-2
Original Research
Toward the Implementation of Contemplative Practices in Higher Education
Valerie Bonnardel, Terry Biddington, Brandon May, Rhiannon Jones, Simon Roffey

3-13
Seeking Compassion in the Measured University
Martha Caddell, Kimberly Wilder

13-23
Reflective Analysis Papers
‘The Truth About Stories’
Lisa Dickson, Tracy Summerville

24-29
Reflecting with Compassion on Student Feedback
Wendy Anne Lowe

30-41
Achieving Moralised Compassion in Higher Education
Alison MacKenzie, Tess Maginess, Dr

42-48
The Compassionate University
Juliet Jennifer Trail, Tim Cunningham

49-56
Case Studies
Addressing Students’ Mental Health in a ‘Sustainable Societies’ Class
Phoebe Christina Godfrey, Julianne Frechette, Jessica Larkin-Wells

57-65
Engaging With Liminalities and Combating Toxicity
Jessica Clare Hancock

66-74
Building Compassion Capacity: Chester Retold and Storyhouse, a Case Study
Eileen Pollard

75-82
Opinion Piece
On Feedback and Emotional Labour
El Spaeth

83-86
Developing Compassionate Academic Leadership: The Practice of Kindness
Kathryn Waddington

87-89
Book Reviews
Book Review - How to be a Happy Academic
Gaye Manwaring

90
On the Horizon
Helping Student Nurses Learn the Craft of Compassionate Care: A Relational Model
Elizabeth Adamson

91-96
“We Shall Not Cease from Exploration”
Geoff Taggart

Friday, 9 November 2018

Fwd: Studies in Higher Education, Volume 43, Issue 11, November 2018 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online





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This new issue contains the following articles:

Articles

Swimming against the tide in STEM education and gender equality: a problem of recruitment or retention in Malaysia
Siew Ching Goy, Yut Lin Wong, Wah Yun Low, Siti Nurani Mohd Noor, Zahra Fazli-Khalaf, Nkechi Onyeneho, Esther Daniel, SuzanaAriff Azizan, Maisarah Hasbullah & Anthonia GinikaUzoigwe
Pages: 1793-1809 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1277383


Organisational influence on lecturers' perceptions and behaviour towards change in education
D. M. E. Griffioen, J. J. Doppenberg & R. J. Oostdam
Pages: 1810-1822 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1284191


Deepening understandings of Bourdieu's academic and intellectual capital through a study of academic voice within academic governance
Julie Rowlands
Pages: 1823-1836 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1284192


 … Not drowning, waving. Resilience and university: a student perspective
Sarah Holdsworth, Michelle Turner & Christina M. Scott-Young
Pages: 1837-1853 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1284193


Mismatch between education and the labour market in the Netherlands: is it a reality or a myth? The employers' perspective | Open Access
Sofie J. Cabus & Melline A. Somers
Pages: 1854-1867 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1284195


Does political orientation affect the choice of a university major?
Stefan Denzler & Stefan C. Wolter
Pages: 1868-1881 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1285878


Sustainability on campus: knowledge creation through social and environmental reporting
Thereza R. Sales de Aguiar & Audrey S. Paterson
Pages: 1882-1894 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1289506


Ethnic variation in higher education participation amongst males in the UK: the mediating effects of attitudes and prior attainment
Shawanda Stockfelt
Pages: 1895-1911 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1290061


Using technology to accomplish comparability of provision in distributed medical education in Canada: an actor–network theory ethnography
Jonathan Tummons, Cathy Fournier, Olga Kits & Anna MacLeod
Pages: 1912-1922 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1290063


Rethinking graduate employability: the role of capital, individual attributes and context
Marilyn Clarke
Pages: 1923-1937 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1294152


'University opened up so many doors for me': the personal and professional development of graduates from non-traditional backgrounds
Hazel Christie, Viviene E. Cree, Eve Mullins & Lyn Tett
Pages: 1938-1948 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1294577


Management and academic profession: comparing the Finnish professors with and without management positions
Elias Pekkola, Taru Siekkinen, Jussi Kivistö & Anu Lyytinen
Pages: 1949-1963 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1294578


Exploring the effect of transformational leadership on individual creativity in e-learning: a perspective of social exchange theory
Xi Zhang, Yuan Zhang, Yongqiang Sun, Miltiadis Lytras, Patricia Ordonez de Pablos & Wei He
Pages: 1964-1978 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1296824


Sliding doors: strategic ambiguity in study visas to South Africa
Jenny J. Lee, Kopgang Paulidor & Yann Axel Mpaga
Pages: 1979-1992 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1296825


When students are allowed to choose: grading scale choices for degree projects
Kristina Nyström
Pages: 1993-2002 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1290062


E-learning continuance satisfaction in higher education: a unified perspective from instructors and students
Hosam Al-Samarraie, Bee Kim Teng, Ahmed Ibrahim Alzahrani & Nasser Alalwan
Pages: 2003-2019 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1298088


Attractive carrots, bland sticks: organizational responses to regulatory policy in Argentine graduate education
Dante J. Salto
Pages: 2020-2032 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1301415


Work experiences and knowledge transfer among Korean academics: focusing on generational differences
Soo Jeung Lee & Jisun Jung
Pages: 2033-2058 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1301416


Does excellence matter? The influence of potential for excellence on students' motivation for specific collaborative tasks | Open Access
Annedien G. Pullen, Didi M. E. Griffioen, Judith Schoonenboom, Björn B. de Koning & Jos J. Beishuizen
Pages: 2059-2071 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1304376


University students' perceptions of campus climate, cyberbullying and cultural issues: implications for theory and practice
S. B. Souza, A. M. Veiga Simão, A. I. Ferreira & P. Costa Ferreira
Pages: 2072-2087 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1307818


Effects of region on the establishment of public higher education prices in the US: Indications of possible suboptimal equilibria?
Gabriel R. Serna
Pages: 2088-2103 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1307819


Examining the effect of an environmental social marketing intervention among university employees
Diana Gregory-Smith, Danae Manika, Victoria K. Wells & Tom Veitch
Pages: 2104-2120 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2017.1309647


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Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Models of professional learning

Free Access to the 2018 PDiE Best Article - Rethinking models of professional learning as tools: a conceptual analysis to inform research and practice by Mark Boylan, Mike Coldwell, Bronwen Maxwell & Julie Jordan @ https://t.co/dtzzTmBbdk

Friday, 5 October 2018

FW: Higher Education Quarterly Vol. 72, No. 4, October 2018 is now available online

 

 

Higher Education Quarterly

Volume 72, Issue 4

Pages: 267-389

October 2018


ISSUE INFORMATION

Issue Information

 

Pages: 267 | First Published: 04 October 2018

EDITORIAL

University life: Students and teaching, organisation and research collaboration

Tatiana Fumasoli

Pages: 269-270 | First Published: 04 October 2018

ARTICLES

Predictive validity of the IELTS in an English as a medium of instruction environment

Kevin Schoepp

Pages: 271-285 | First Published: 07 May 2018

What's in a name? The impact of reputation and rankings on the teaching income of English universities

Alison Wolf, Andrew Jenkins

Pages: 286-303 | First Published: 19 April 2018

Predictors of student success in Higher Education: Secondary school internal scores versus national exams

José Miguel Cerdeira, Luis Catela Nunes, Ana Balcão Reis, Carmo Seabra

Pages: 304-313 | First Published: 14 April 2018

A two‐sided medal: On the complexity of international comparative and collaborative team research

Anna Kosmützky

Pages: 314-331 | First Published: 12 February 2018

Cyberbullying, revenge porn and the mid‐sized university: Victim characteristics, prevalence and students' knowledge of university policy and reporting procedures

Kimberly O'Connor, Michelle Drouin, Jedidiah Davis, Hannah Thompson

Pages: 344-359 | First Published: 04 September 2018

Can the performance effect be ignored in the attendance policy discussion?

Kristian J. Sund, Stephane Bignoux

Pages: 360-374 | First Published: 17 August 2018

Sunday, 30 September 2018

Sunday, 23 September 2018

Fwd: Universities UK Bulletin




The Universities UK Bulletin – 21 September 2018

Dear David,

Welcome to the Universities UK Bulletin, a regular round-up of Universities UK (UUK) activity including reports, events, blogs, and higher education sector news and initiatives.

Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2018


UUK has published its annual analysis of data on the UK higher education sector. The report focuses on applications, student demographics and graduate outcomes; staff backgrounds and expertise; and the income and expenditure of higher education institutions. 

Main findings see increased demand for university places from 18-year-olds, with those from less advantaged backgrounds 49% more likely to apply than a decade ago, as well as increases in the number of BME and female professors. Read the report in full on the UUK website. 

UUK Members' Annual Conference 2018
 

UUK annual conference

Speeches by UUK President Professor Dame Janet Beer and Universities Minister, Sam Gyimah MP, are now available to view online. In the organisations centenary year, Professor Dame Janet Beer spoke on the government's review of post-18 education and funding in England, as well as UUK's proposals for a new Global Graduate Talent Visa. In the minister's first appearance at UUK, Sam Gyimah shared his vision of the future of universities and the role they play in transforming society. 

Events

Research and innovation in universities

16 October 2018
Woburn House

Book your place

Making an impact: marketing and communications in higher education

8 November 2018
Woburn House

Book your place

Enhancing the international student experience

15 November 2018 
Woburn House

Book your place

Access to higher education and student success summit

21 November 2018 
Woburn House

Book your place

Response to Joint Expert Panel report on USS valuation

UUK has welcomed the report of the Joint Expert Panel (JEP), which was published last week. The JEP was established by UUK and the University and College Union (UCU) to independently review the 2017 valuation of the Universities Superannuation Scheme, including its processes and assumptions.
 
Alistair Jarvis, Chief Executive of UUK, expressed hope that the panel's findings will 'create the space for UCU and UUK to find common ground to conclude the 2017 valuation.' UUK will now consult with employers over the panel's findings, and has established www.ussemployers.org.uk to further support employers with their communications to staff on USS.

BME student attainment – roundtable evidence sessions


BME attainmentAs part of UUK's joint project with the NUS to address the attainment gap that exists between white and BME students, we are hosting five evidence sessions for university staff, students and other stakeholders: 
  • 18 October – Aston University
  • 30 October – UWE, Bristol
  • 14 November – Glasgow Caledonian University
  • 21 November – London (location tbc)
  • 23 November – Yorkshire (location tbc)
 Spaces are limited, so please contact Dan Hurley to attend.

Office for Students' (OfS) consultation on access and participation in England

UUK is seeking members' input to inform our response to the OfS consultation on its proposed new approach to access and participation regulation. UUK has been engaging closely with OfS, calling for an extended duration of the plans to allow universities to take a longer-term, strategic approach to the issues facing their own university community.

Please send your views or questions to Daniel Wake by Friday 28 September 2018. Input will be collated by UUK and anonymised where requested. Separately, we encourage members to respond on behalf of their own institution ahead of the OfS' deadline of 12pm on Friday 12 October 2018.

Ban 'essay mill' cheating services

UUK supports the campaign for tougher action against essay mills (companies selling custom-made essays to students). They undermine the high standards of UK universities and are unfair to honest students. Sign the petition to take action.  

Latest blogs
 

Student mental health: dealing with the transition from school to university

Posted on 15 August 2018 by Louise Honey, Programme Development Manager, Student Minds
 

University admissions and clearing: what to expect this year

Posted on 10 August 2018 by Daniel Wake, Policy Analyst, Universities UK

 

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MAC reports on international students and EEA workers


UUK responded to the publication of the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report on the impact of international students in the UK, by saying that "while the report recognises the enormous contribution international students make to life in the UK, we are disappointed with its main recommendations". Our response featured in The Guardian, BBC News, Financial Times, The Times, Daily Mail and The Sun.
 
UUK also responded to the MAC's report on the impact of migration from the European Economic Area (EEA): "we hope the UK government now develops promptly a reshaped immigration system that encourages talented international university staff to choose the UK".

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