Susan Wright, Aarhus University
Penny Welch, Wolverhampton University
This qualitative interview study investigates how mentoring is used to develop knowledge and skills for early career academics across the academic roles of research, teaching, and service. Results indicate similar amounts of mentoring in research for men and women, more mentoring in teaching for women, and a lack of mentoring in service across gender. Methodological, theoretical, and practical implications for institutions of higher education are discussed, particularly those aimed at addressing inequality for women.
Useful to reflect on your mentoring if doing a Senior Fellowship Application
I am delighted to invite you to read the inaugural issue of a new open access journal: Journal of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
My Editorial for Volume 1, Issue 1: Reimagining a Journal explores some of the more innovative features of the journal, including the process of ‘reinterpreting’ selected articles to enable a wider readership to engage with the ideas contained within.
Matthew J Coombes (Creative Writing)
Nigel Paul Bannister (Case study)
Cheryl P Hurkett, Sarah L Symons, Sarah N Gretton, Chad T Harvey, Phillipa E Lock, Dylan P Williams, Derek J Raine (Case Study)
Palitha Edirisingha, Robert Cane, Mengjie Jiang, Chris Cane (Research Article)
Philip Wood, Paul Warwick (Project Outcomes)
Shaimaa Ragab Abdelkarim, Tabitha Watson, Alsahira Alkhayer (Reinterpretation Piece – Vlog)
Alison Harvey (Project Outcomes)
Stephen Walker, Alexandra J. F. Patel (Position Paper)
Lorna Mary Cork (Opinion Piece)
Najima Mohamed, Nicola Blacklaws, Zainab Mustafa (Reinterpretation Piece – Podcast)
Stephen G. Rooney
The journal is a co-production between staff and students, largely but not exclusively based here at the University of Leicester. The journal is accepting papers for its second issue, with a deadline of 1st July, in one of our section areas: creative writing, case studies, research articles, opinion pieces and reviews (of technologies, books, reports or techniques).
Very best wishes from the journal team, we hope you enjoy the issue and welcome your feedback.
On behalf of the editorial board of JLTHE
Dr Frances Deepwell
Leicester Learning Institute,
University of Leicester, 103-105 Princess Road East, Leicester, LE1 7LG, UK
These new articles for Active Learning in Higher Education are available online
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We’re excited to report that the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDHE) issue 13 is now live online – go to:
This contents of this edition are as follows:
Philippe Michel Crisp
Martin Ian Jones
Laura Minogue, Carole Murphy, Kim Salmons
James Cairns, Tamara Hervey, Oliver Johnson
Russell Delderfield, Helen McHattie
Our next edition will be a special volume linked to the 2018 ALDinHE conference. The deadline for submission is 5pm on Monday 4th June for draft papers, opinion pieces or case studies based on work presented at the conference. Items received will then be sent for review during June. We are always keen to receive ideas for papers and other material for future editions – these can be submitted via the JLDHE site at any time.
Best wishes and happy reading from the editorial team:
Christopher Drew Teesside University
Sue Eccles Bournemouth University
Amanda French Birmingham City University
Andy Hagyard University of Leeds
John Hilsdon University of Plymouth
Christina Howell-Richardson Birkbeck, University of London
Craig Morley University of Chester
Lucy Rai Open University
Gita Sedghi University of Liverpool
Alicja Syska University of Plymouth, UK
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