Wednesday, 30 May 2018

FW: JLDHE 13 - now live!

 

We’re excited to report that the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDHE) issue 13 is now live online – go to:

 

http://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe/issue/view/26

 

This contents of this edition are as follows:

 

Papers

Coaching placements and incidental learning - how reflection and experiential learning can help bridge the industry skills gap

Philippe Michel Crisp

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An examination of developmental assets and academic performance in higher education sport students

Martin Ian Jones

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Embedding learning development; a model for collaborative practice

Laura Minogue, Carole Murphy, Kim Salmons

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Case Studies

Neither ‘bolt-on’ nor ‘built-in’: benefits and challenges of developing an integrated skills curriculum through a partnership model

James Cairns, Tamara Hervey, Oliver Johnson

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The person-centred approach in maths skills development: examining a case of good practice

Russell Delderfield, Helen McHattie

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Opinion Pieces

Development of the ALDinHE recognition scheme: Certifying the ‘Learning Developer’ title

Steve Briggs

 

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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Saturday, 26 May 2018

Friday, 25 May 2018

Performance Management and the Stifling of Academic Freedom and Knowledge Production - Morrish - 2016 - Journal of Historical Sociology - Wiley Online Library

Performance Management and the Stifling of Academic Freedom and Knowledge Production - Morrish - 2016 - Journal of Historical Sociology - Wiley Online Library: "Performance Management and the Stifling of Academic Freedom and Knowledge Production
Liz Morrish Helen Sauntson
First published: 24 March 2016 https://doi.org/10.1111/johs.12122





Abstract
In an era of neoliberal reforms, academics in UK universities have become increasingly enmeshed in audit, particularly of research ‘outputs’. Using the data of performance management and training documents, this paper analyses the role of discourse in redefining the meaning of research, and in colonizing a new kind of entrepreneurial, corporate academic. The new regime in universities is characterized by slippage between the audit and disciplinary functions of performance management. We conclude that academic freedom is unlikely to emerge from a system which demands compliance with a regime of unattainable targets and constant surveillance."



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Wednesday, 16 May 2018

FW: Recommendations from Springer Nature - games and education


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Understanding and Predicting Student Self-Regulated Learning Strategies in Game-Based Learning Environments

Sabourin, Jennifer L. ... Lester, James C.
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (2013)

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Understanding the relationship between physiological signals and digital game-based learning outcome

Wu, Chih-Hung ... Huang, Yueh Min
Journal of Computers in Education (2014)

3

TEACHING NOTE: TEACHING ABOUT OPPRESSION THROUGH JENGA: A GAME-BASED LEARNING EXAMPLE FOR SOCIAL WORK EDUCATORS

Lichtenwalter, Sara ... Baker, Parris
Journal of Social Work Education (2010)

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Red Land/Black Land: Teaching Ancient Egyptian Archaeology through Digital Game-Based Learning

Watrall, Ethan
Advances in Archaeological Practice: A Journal of the Society for American Archaeology (2014)

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Monday, 14 May 2018

FW: Educational Studies in Mathematics, Vol. 98, Issue 2 - New Issue Alert

 

 

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Attitudes of high-school students taught using traditional and reform mathematics curricula in middle school: a retrospective analysis

John C. Moyer, Victoria Robison & Jinfa Cai

A framework for integrating the history of mathematics into teaching in Shanghai

Ke Wang, Xiao-qin Wang, Yeping Li & Michael S. Rugh

When intuitive conceptions overshadow pedagogical content knowledge: Teachers' conceptions of students' arithmetic word problem solving strategies

Katarina Gvozdic & Emmanuel Sander

Reconfiguring mathematical settings and activity through multi-party, whole-body collaboration

Molly L. Kelton & Jasmine Y. Ma

Mathematics teacher educator-researchers' perspectives on the use of theory in facilitating teacher growth

Fou-Lai Lin, Kai-Lin Yang, Hui-Yu Hsu & Jian-Cheng Chen

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Saturday, 12 May 2018

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

FW: Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (PESTLHE) -May 2018 ISSUE OUT NOW - NOW WITH TOC!!

 

Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education has just published its latest issue at http://community.dur.ac.uk/pestlhe.learning/index.php/pestlhe.

 

We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

 

Vol 13, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

May 2018

May 2018 - Editorial

Jane Pritchard, Sam Nolan

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1

 

Do Digital Technologies Enhance Anatomical Education?

Zoe Pringle, PAUL REA

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2-27

 

A hybrid, gamified and mystery-driven approach for facilitating problem based learning in a postgraduate strength and conditioning module

Michael Duncan, Samantha Clarke, Tony Myers, Jason Tallis, Sylvester Arnab

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28-48

 

Integrated and situated academic development for all categories of staff: lessons for constructive alignment from an HEA-accredited Continuing Professional Development scheme

Jane Roberts Roberts, Jill McLachlan

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49-73

 

Predicting the Aspirations of Vocational Learners: A Pilot Study

Sebastian Andrew George Stevens

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74-99

 

 

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Monday, 7 May 2018

Reading update 05/07/2018

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Thursday, 3 May 2018

FW: Studies in Higher Education, Volume 43, Issue 6, June 2018 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online

 

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Her majesty the student: marketised higher education and the narcissistic (dis)satisfactions of the student-consumer
Elizabeth Nixon, Richard Scullion & Robert Hearn
Pages: 927-943 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1196353


Course recommendation as a construct in student evaluations: will students recommend your course?
Lawrence Ang, Yvonne Alexandra Breyer & Joseph Pitt
Pages: 944-959 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1199543


The influence of out-of-institution environments on the university schooling project of non-traditional students in Uganda
Peace Buhwamatsiko Tumuheki, Jacques Zeelen & George Ladaah Openjuru
Pages: 960-972 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1201807


Is research mediating the relationship between teaching experience and student satisfaction?
Jasmina Berbegal-Mirabent, Marta Mas-Machuca & Frederic Marimon
Pages: 973-988 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1201808


A qualitative exploration of motivations and challenges for implementing US accreditation in three Canadian universities
Gerardo Blanco Ramírez & Diep H. Luu
Pages: 989-1001 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1203891


Adapting Tinto's framework: a model of success and failure in a Middle Eastern transnational setting
Caroline Holden
Pages: 1002-1019 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1212004


Discourses of betterment and opportunity: exploring the privileging of university attendance for first-in-family learners
Sarah O'Shea, Cathy Stone, Janine Delahunty & Josephine May
Pages: 1020-1033 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1212325


Be well at work, be well outside work: a study with university workers
Pablo González-Rico, Vânia Sofia Carvalho, Maria José Chambel & Eloísa Guerrero
Pages: 1034-1044 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1212326


Exploring character in the new capitalism: a study of mid-level academics' in a British research-intensive university
Weerahannadige Dulini Anuvinda Fernando
Pages: 1045-1057 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1212327


Understanding Quadruple Helix relationships of university technology commercialisation: a micro-level approach
Maura McAdam, Kristel Miller & Rodney McAdam
Pages: 1058-1073 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1212328


Changing missions? How the strategic plans of research-intensive universities in Northern Europe and North America balance competing identities
Christopher C. Morphew, Tatiana Fumasoli & Bjørn Stensaker
Pages: 1074-1088 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1214697


Collaborating for success: an analysis of the working relationship between academics and educational development professionals
Leopold Bayerlein & Naomi McGrath
Pages: 1089-1106 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1215417


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Tuesday, 1 May 2018

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FW: These new articles for Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance are available online

 

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The limits of access: the messy temporalities of hope and the negotiation of place
Adelina Ong
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