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Carruthers KRealising the spatial in higher education researchAccess and Widening Participation
Henderson H‘The island is your campus’: Place and the geographies of island Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Gamsu SSocial network analysis methods and the geography of education: regional divides and elite circuits in
the school to university transition in the UK
Access and Widening Participation
Dakka FSpace, Time, Belonging, Becoming: Chasing Rhythm in the Contemporary UniversityAccess and Widening Participation
Mishra SSocial Networks, social capital and higher education dropout intentionAccess and Widening Participation
Wong B‘Swallow your pride and fear’: The Educational Strategies of High-Achieving Non-Traditional
University Students
Access and Widening Participation
Xu XIncentives for international publications and the influence on research culture: Perspectives of
Chinese Humanities and Social Sciences academics
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jones CCreating spaces to share Creativity - Nurturing a community of expertise in simulationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Minett-Smith CProviding Effective Feedback on Exams under Structural Constraints: Integrating Self-Directed
Reflective Learning among Accounting and Finance Students
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Saarinen TNeonationalism and Finnish higher education. Language indexing higher education policyHigher Education Policy
Carpentier VThe historical dynamics between international students and the expansion and differentiation of
higher education systems in France and the UK
Higher Education Policy
Shahjahan RTime and shame in the neoliberal academyInternational Perspectives & Context
Guzman CNeoliberal academia and epistemic tension in knowledge production: interrogating research
International Perspectives & Context
Morley LThe Affective Ecology of Internationalisation in Japanese Higher EducationInternational Perspectives & Context
Morgan MIndividual perceptions of advantage and disadvantage in accessing, undertaking and progressing in
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Postgraduate Taught study
Student Experience
Christle FA research evaluation of the impact of compulsory career coaching for final year undergraduates of
Business Management and Accounting
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Clarke JDe-valuing ‘alternative extra-curricular activities’: the symbolic reproduction of extra-curricular
activities as status distinctions
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Clarke JDe-valuing ‘alternative extra-curricular activities’: the symbolic reproduction of extra-curricular
activities as status distinctions
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Burke CUnderstanding graduate resilience in context: A framework for future researchEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Creaton JLeadership in a Changing LandscapeManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Campbell KPlacing Habitus at the Hub of Inclusive HE TransitionsAccess and Widening Participation
Venegas J IHigher Education Dropout of Non-Traditional Mature Freshmen: the Role of Sociodemographic
Access and Widening Participation
Djerasimvic SWhat kind of research delivers political impact? Insights from the humanities-based REF2014 impact
case studies
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Preece DAuthentic Assessment - Critical debate improves scholarly practiceLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Andriansen H KGeographies of internationalisation: from policies to practiceHigher Education Policy
Howson C KEvaluating Institution-wide Curriculum Change: A Linguistic Analysis of Policy EnactmentHigher Education Policy
Raaper RFrom Students to Professionals. Constructing Student Politics in English Students’ UnionsStudent Experience
Harrison NGraduate Employment And Postgraduate Study Outcomes For Care-Experienced StudentsAccess and Widening Participation
Vidal Rodeiro CHow does A-level subject choice and students’ background characteristics relate to Higher Education
Access and Widening Participation
Kloet ESliders in educational changeAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lean J‘Finding the Fun’: Play as a mode of experience for the educator/researcher in HELearning, Teaching & Assessment
Whitworth DAlternative Assessment Methods: A study of the non-pedagogical factors surrounding their
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Morley LWomen Leaders in Finnish Universities: Doing/Undoing Gender?Higher Education Policy
Kosbar YTrespassing and Transgression: Arab Masculinities and Gender Equality ResearchHigher Education Policy
Attia MTeacher Education in a Context of Military Occupation and Siege: The Power of PurposeHigher Education Policy
Rensimer LChina Model:the gestalt of the quality assurance system of higher educationHigher Education Policy
Tiernan AStudent visas: technologies of control?Higher Education Policy
RobertsMental Health – Affect and the individualHigher Education Policy
Morris CDisposable academics? Intersections of gender, precarity and care in academic lifeHigher Education Policy
Woodfield SOutward Mobility from UK HE institutions: Who goes? What to do they do? And where do they go?Higher Education Policy
Smith McGloin RThe ‘Global Scholar’: Researcher perspectives on mobility and the implications for doctoral
programme design and supervision.
International Perspectives & Context
Quinlan KDo HE students really want “value for money”? How 1700 students framed their hopes differentlyStudent Experience
Welch BWho is a commuter? Understanding the current conversation about commuter students and its
implications for HE careers services
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cobb FThere's no going back;: The transformation of Higher Education Careers Services using big dataEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Daubney KWhat difference does it make? Using Careers Registration to define and measure student careers
learning gain at King's College London
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Jackenkroll BThe relationship between ethical leadership, illegitimate tasks and burnout facets of academic staff in
German universities: A path analysis
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Jogie MGrowth Mindset: The Lost DimensionAccess and Widening Participation
Hordosy R‘Possible Selves’ in Practice: how Further Education students conceptualise Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Cameron AAccelerated degrees – an institutional experience – the staff perspectiveAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jensen JCreative Inquiry: A Case Study of the Marriage of Arts & Creativity in an American University's
General Education Program
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Pitt EMoving Feedback Forwards: Comparing Student Satisfaction For Transmission-Focused And Learning-
Focused Feedback Designs
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Rao NPedagogic Democracy versus Pedagogic Supremacy: Migrant Academics’ PerspectivesInternational Perspectives & Context
Bond BInternational students: language, culture and the 'performance of identity'International Perspectives & Context
Lomer SEthically engaging international students: student generated material in an active blended learning
International Perspectives & Context
Enriquez JBORDERS OF TIME: The temporalities of academic mobilityInternational Perspectives & Context
Loveland - Armour LMapping the Disparate Landscapes of University Students’ Experiences with DyslexiaStudent Experience
Kataeva ZGlobalization, the Bologna Process and dilemmas of higher educational organizational changes in the
former Soviet countries
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Walker RMutually exclusive? Critically interrogating student and staff perceptions of ‘excellence’ and
Access and Widening Participation
Solem MAligning Student Aspirations and Workforce Applications: A Curriculum Design for Widening
Participation in Higher Education
Access and Widening Participation
Thomas ROut of the Box: Creativity and the Teaching-Research Nexus – The Role of the Academic DeveloperAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cords-Felby LImagining the future in the present - Student career dreams and academic identity as a contested
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Leinster JTo what extent do board games facilitate deep learning in higher education?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Arico FEvaluative Conversations: exploring the student perception of viva voce assessment on learning and
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Lebeau YChanging patterns of international mobility in the making of an academic community: A case study of
International Perspectives & Context
Luo JEnhancing Chinese direct entrants’ cross-cultural transition: A two-phase studyStudent Experience
Cardoso EBourdeusian capitals and graduate success: drivers and outcomesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Lo Y WA Comparative Study of Institutional Dynamics of Universities in Hong Kong, Macau and TaiwanManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Peksen SInformation Sources and Access to German Computer Sciences Programmes: The Role of Gender, Age
and Social Networks
Access and Widening Participation
Burke P JReconceptualising Equity through Pedagogical MethodologiesAccess and Widening Participation
Nolan SBreaking the fourth wall: Using ethnographic fiction in researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wray SThe Risks associated with academic work: An analysis of trends 2008 - 2014Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Su FThe Use of Co-design Approach in Learning and Teaching: A Case Study of Two European UniversitiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Balloo KA crucial graduate attribute? Embedding feedback literacy into curricula across higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Horrod SLearning & teaching in policy and practice: Where has all the criticality gone?Higher Education Policy
Kendall AGiving up and getting lost in Hanoi: re-imagining transnational higher education with post-qualitative
practices in a UK, Vietnam TNE partnership
International Perspectives & Context
Jonbekova DThe challenges of developing university-industry partnerships: Innovation under constraintInternational Perspectives & Context
Bisel AUnderstanding the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) student experienceStudent Experience
Xu MUsing graduate capital to understand Chinese PhDs' self-perceived employabilityEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Luthra RReacting to restriction in the neo-liberal University: Management and EU Staff Response to BrexitManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Waller RWhite working class young men’s engagement with higher education: Accessing voices of the ‘hard to
reach’ and (frequently) ‘left behind’
Access and Widening Participation
Austen LDigital Storytelling: A qualitative methodology for amplifying hidden voices in higher educationAccess and Widening Participation
Heron EListening Rooms: A qualitative method for better listeningAccess and Widening Participation
Powell MWhat Do Universities Mean By ‘Fair’ Admissions?Access and Widening Participation
Martin LWhat a university is for? Management degree apprenticeshipsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rao NDevelopment of Doctoral Students as Academic Teachers in an Era of PrecarityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Buttner AContract Cheating as Part of the Assessment Help-Seeking Continuum: Insight from a Principal
Components Analysis of a Student Survey
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hill JReconceptualising Assessment and Feedback to Promote Student WellbeingLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Bartram BQueering the TEFHigher Education Policy
Crockford J“Wishing won’t make it so": Deliverology, TEF and the wicked problem of inclusive teaching
Higher Education Policy
French A'It’s not always about how well you teach, but who you are’: Can student evaluations ever deliver a
fair assessment of academic labour in higher education?
Higher Education Policy
Carruthers Thomas KTeaching excellence as 'institutional polishing'?Higher Education Policy
International Perspectives & Context
Cameron AAccelerated degrees – an institutional experience – the (beyond NSS) student perspectiveStudent Experience
Tennant MEducation for Sustainable Development through the Lens of Feminist Phase Theory.Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Kahn PHigher Education for a Collective Approach to WorkEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wheaton APreliminary findings regarding English university governing body compositionManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Guccione KMentors matter! Building a mentoring culture throughout academic practice.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ylijoki O HConformity unquestioned: Career futures in biotechnologyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ruparelia JCritical thinking and critical being: interpretations of criticality among groups of diverse initial teacher
education (ITE) students
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Quinlan K MWhat Triggers Students’ Interest During Lectures?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Shahjahan RFrom ‘Geopolitics of Being’ towards Inter-being: Envisioning the ‘In/visibles’ in the Globalization of
Higher Education
International Perspectives & Context
Cownie FDoes gratitude increase word-of-mouth amongst students?Student Experience
Smith KExploring the Acculturation of Transnational Education Students into a UK Professional DoctoratePostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Mullen EA visual journey of graduate identity constructionEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Coppoolse RCutting knots and riding hobby horses: alignment in educational innovationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Chavrimootoo DIs Geography for Me? Evaluating the impact of a pilot widening participation intervention aimed to
encourage Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) participants to consider studying geography at
The University of Manchester.
Access and Widening Participation
Baker ZWidening participation vs. ‘academic excellence’: The impact of learning and teaching cultures and
epistemic assumptions on BTEC holders’ sense of belonging in a research intensive institution.
Access and Widening Participation
Smith RA Critical and Hauntological Perspective on New-build HE SpacesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gibbon JThe gender pay gap in higher education: A comparative studyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Parker JUndergraduate Research and the Attainment Gap: Analysing the Impact of Undergraduate Research
on Disadvantaged Groups
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Koh JHLFostering Professional Thinking In Early Learning Dietetics Lectures Through Flipped LearningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Veliz - Calderon DXFree-tuition policy in higher education in Chile: a clash of bargaining narrativesHigher Education Policy
Baumann SThe empirical state of academization in Swiss higher education: the case of universities of applied
sciences and arts and universities of teacher education.
International Perspectives & Context
Ritchie AStudent Satisfaction in Higher Education: A Multilevel Analysis.Student Experience
Huet IProfessional Development of Doctoral Supervisors: a Systematic Literature ReviewPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Robson JReconceptualising the value of Humanities degreesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Fagrell PWhatever works works. Different ways for external stakeholders to contribute to quality and
relevance assurance in higher education in Sweden.
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Shay SThe inequality gap: a realist critiqueAccess and Widening Participation
McCaig CWidening participation in England: policy phases from 'diversity as a good' to 'competitive
Access and Widening Participation
Montano S“Build Me a Store”: Creative Digital Authentic AssessmentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Beaton FProfessional development, workplace meaning-making and (re-) framing individual identity: a
thematic analysis
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Miller Judd PPerforming Arts to Academia - Creativity to Conformity?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hope JTransitions into higher education professional and professional identityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wason HCan We Transform Critical Thinking Teaching in Higher Education? An exploratory study for staffLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Clark LCreating a Transformative Space in the UniversityLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Parker JUndergardeners and stargazers: philosophical perspectives on the purpose of the university.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson EHidden Social Exclusion in Indian Academia: Gender, Caste and Conference ParticipationInternational Perspectives & Context
Thomas AGendered Trajectories and an Expansive Concept of Access to Higher Education in Haryana, IndiaInternational Perspectives & Context
Sabharwal NStudent diversity and challenges of inclusion: Understanding experiences of students from socially
excluded groups in campuses of higher education in India
International Perspectives & Context
Tiwari AHigher Education and Social Stereotypes: Exploring Indian Women's PerspectivesInternational Perspectives & Context
Aiken VStudent writing and compliance in a consumer-based systemStudent Experience
Creaton JPostgraduate Researcher Mental Health and WellbeingPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Emms KImproving graduate employability - An alternative model of higher education?Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Tabrizi WUsing Relationship Marketing strategies to recruit, retain and sustain long-term relationships with PG
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Parker JLiberal Arts in UK Higher Education: Is There A Distinctive British ApproachAccess and Widening Participation
Jones DUsing a Pictorial Narrative Approach to Understand Aspirations of Higher Education Towards
Diversion and Desistance from Offending
Access and Widening Participation
Bhatt IExamining the transition from academic writing to academics writing: A study of Indonesian doctoral
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
White SSupporting a diverse body of student writers by opening academic literacy ‘windows’ in
undergraduate arts courses
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Nolan SBuilding bridges or barriers? A critical examination of the playfulness of serious playLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Dias TPeer-to-peer support: enhancing undergraduate experiencesStudent Experience
Bird SCommunities of Practice in a first-year business course: developing students’ meta-cognition for
employability through modelling against future selves
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Baltaru R DThe Rise of Agentic Inclusion in the UK Universities: Maintaining Reputation through (Formal)
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Tannous-Haddad LGraduating Together: The Experience in Graduate School of a Group of Arab Israeli Women From
Families With no- or Limited Academic Background
Access and Widening Participation
Wen XThe impact of social class and gender on the degrees of choice Chinese students have in choosing
their PhD institution and subject
Access and Widening Participation
Coonan EBeyond the word count: creation, frustration and innovation at pedagogic research writing retreatsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ruan NDeveloping Intellectual Leadership as Women Scholars: A Cross-disciplinary Analysis in Hong KongAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Davies RIs ‘hypothetically speaking’ leading us astray?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Leung ATeacher Feedback and Student LearningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
McQuarrie FDo Tenure and Promotion Policies Discourage Publications in Predatory Journals?Higher Education Policy
Malette AUnpacking The Complexity Of Student Mobility In A Broader Geopolitical Context For Institutions And
Nations: From Revenue Source To Influence Building
International Perspectives & Context
Stevenson JHigher education and temporal violenceStudent Experience
Dowle SDoctoral Supervision In Changing Times: How Do Supervisors Exercise Agency To Support Doctoral
Researchers To Timely Completion?
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Mitchell RCareer entry of modern languages graduates: the long term impact of study abroad on graduate
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wade ASpace, Time and Everyday Life and the Mental Health and Well-Being of Postgraduate ResearchersPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Mateos - Gonzalez PPredicting Progression to Postgraduate Study in UK Higher Education using Machine Learning
Access and Widening Participation
Maskeen SA qualitative interview study into the distinct experiences of Pakistani and Bangladeshi students in
deciding to attend higher education
Access and Widening Participation
Leigh JIt’s a win- win: Developing Post-Doctoral Researcher and Undergraduate opportunitiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Madsen LShaping academic practice through transnational research capacity building: ‘It shaped how I look at
the world’
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Griffioen DThe Knowledge, Action and Identity Project. A Research Design to Understand the Transformation of
Students in Higher Professional Education
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Charalambous MTowards a Constructivist Grounded Theory for Leadership Programme Design: The Case of the MA in
Creative Leadership
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Czarnecki CSocial rights of students from a perspective of comparative political economyHigher Education Policy
DeWinter AEnhancing Transnational Education (TNE) Programmes: Understanding Student Motivations,
Satisfaction and Attainment in Anglo-Sino programmes
International Perspectives & Context
Friend KBrexit: EU student reflections of belonging at one university in the midlandsStudent Experience
Denicolo PDoctoral Final Examinations: (Ir) Relevance to new skills and future challengesPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Hunt WParticipation in paid, unpaid and 'hidden' internships at six months after graduation: Are some
graduates excluded?
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Guccione KHow much do we appreciate international postgraduate researchers’ psychological wellbeing?
Perspectives from their first port of call
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Madriaga MHow international students become black: a story of whiteness in English higher educationAccess and Widening Participation
Watson DThe Widening Participation Blame Game: Tuition Fees or Parental Engagement?Access and Widening Participation
Ida HPositioning reading as academic literacies: the pedagogical experience of academic staffAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gravett KTroubling transitions: creative and critical approaches to understanding students’ transitions into and
through higher education.
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Avery BUsing co-construction and continuous assessment to empower and engage first year studentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Boden RThe impact of the financialisation and privatisation of UK higher education on creativity and
Higher Education Policy
Ploner JInternational student migration and the postcolonial heritage of European Higher Education:
Perspectives from Portugal and the UK
International Perspectives & Context
Jones CA Systematic Review of Academic Personal Tutoring using a Design Thinking MethodologyStudent Experience
Bengtsen SThe Nordic doctorate at a crossroads between Bildung, schoolification and projectificationPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Lam S HResearch-based versus work-integrated learning: Are there any differences in perceived learning of
employability skills and attributes?
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Almlov CNew Doctoral Supervisors in Emotional Challenging SituationsPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Koutsouris GUnderstanding the Barriers Posed by the Hidden Curriculum that HE students from diverse cultural
and social backgrounds experience
Access and Widening Participation
Taylor - Smith EUsing Rich Pictures to understand students’ transitions on new degree pathwaysAccess and Widening Participation
Balsamo DControl,creativity and symmetry: Academic work and the student experience in the light of the
English Teaching Assessment Framework.
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bentley PDoctorates without borders – Academic online freelancers and their earningsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bennett LDoctoral students, social media and learning considered through the lens of identity formationDigital University
Collings RThe Tangled Web of Active Blended LearningDigital University
French AA missed opportunity? How the UK’s teaching excellence framework fails to capture the voice of
teaching staff.
Higher Education Policy
Friend KReconciling international and academic identity: creating a space for storytelling for non-British
International Perspectives & Context
Minett-Smith CCareer Readiness and the Transformational Journey of Higher Education: are they linked?Student Experience
Newman WTHE VALUE OF UNDERTAKING A PLACEMENT YEAR: THE STUDENTS' VIEWEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hatt LUsing the Threshold Concept Framework to inform Entrepreneurship EducationEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hope J"I want something better for my children”: Familial, aspirational and social capital of mature students
at a satellite campus
Access and Widening Participation
Spacey RUsing Online Life Writing to Understand the Experiences of Estranged Students in UK Higher
Access and Widening Participation
Kloet ECurriculum as a totem, symbolizing teacher’s images of studentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Budd RUniversities as LandscapesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wood JPerceived Effects of Technology-Mediated Dialogic Feedback on Feedback Engagement and UseDigital University
Taylor RMultimodal Academic Writing in HE: Students' perspectives on creating screencasts as an assessment
Digital University
Patel KCosmopolitanism, international development and the university brand, a critiqueHigher Education Policy
Gao LAcademic Participation and Identity of Chinese Overseas Visiting Scholars Based on the Theory of
Community of Practice
International Perspectives & Context
Osterlind M LShould I Stay or Should I Go? – A further exploration of Swedish Doctoral Researchers’ “Heavenly
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Raaper RSocial Competence a new discourse to : Support student Transition through Higher Education ?Student Experience
Cuthbert CInstitutional employability drivers in difficult times.Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mullen EExploring academic and employer perceptions of quality and value in Initial Teacher Education (ITE)
for preparing student teachers
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mountford-Zimdars AA Comparative Study of the Factors Shaping Postsecondary Aspirations for Low-Income Students in
Greater Boston and Greater London
Access and Widening Participation
Hawkes DA new social segregation? The impact of tuition fees, student number controls and school leaving age
on the composition of student cohorts, and hence academic practice and student experience, in UK
Access and Widening Participation
Yassim MBe proactive or fit in? Challenges of Muslim female student employmentAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Brown NThe lived experience of being ill and/or disabled in academiaAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Koh JCreating Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Through Instructional ConsultationDigital University
Hallett RNew economies of student engagement using a digital curation learning-cycleDigital University
De Carvalho CPublic Policy for equity of access and retention in Brazilian Higher Education – a comparative analysis
between federal and private sectors
Higher Education Policy
Luczaj KA Reverse Brain Drain? Western Scholars in Academic PeripheriesInternational Perspectives & Context
Wisker G‘Towards Gothic-influenced approaches to doctoral journeys and supervision: challenging conformity,
destruction and despair, releasing and shaping creative energies.’
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Avery BCommuter students: are you local?Student Experience
Jones CConformity of Employability Messages and Student PerceptionsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wong BConceptualising the ideal university studentAccess and Widening Participation
Crockford JUnknown Knowns: Implicit Epistemological Hierarchies in the Evaluation of Widening Participation
Access and Widening Participation
Drumm LForum theatre: creative solutions and critical debate in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Michael MA Visual Study of an Academic Writing Skills Workshop – an Example set in BrazilAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Andrew MGoing multimodal in an undergraduate English Communication course: student participation and
Digital University
Knox JLecture Recording for Inclusive EducationDigital University
Jones S‘Educational Genomics’ and Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
McCowan TClimate change and the role of the universityInternational Perspectives & Context
Deem RRethinking Doctoral Education: Changing Academic Cultures, University Purposes, Mental Health And
The Public Good
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Fay M“Why not me?” –The extent to which students’ academic identity impacts their sense of community
and mental health
Student Experience
Fakunle OInterrogating methodologies and approaches on employability from different disciplinary
perspectives and country contexts
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Brown N"Playing" with researchHigher Education Policy
Robertson AGoing beyond metrics- how can we determine the value of less tangible aspects of enhancement?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Nesbit TAdopting Apps In the Classroom - The Case For Technical SupportDigital University
McCartney A“The value of selective ‘Technology-Enhanced Learning’ (TEL) tools in evidencing Conformity,
Creativity and Criticality in the provision of ‘high-quality’ education as required by the Student
Contract to Educate (SCTE) in a new ‘local’ era of accountabi
Digital University
Walker GA realist reconceptualization of England’s Teaching Excellence Framework as a Value for Money
Higher Education Policy
Rumyantseva NAcademic Staff and Students Perceptions and Attitudes towards Blended LearningInternational Perspectives & Context
Gough NStudent Freedom, Doctoral Quality and the Wellbeing AgendaPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Kauppila HArt as the heart of sustainable development in higher educationStudent Experience
Jung JDiversification of Master’s Degree in Hong KongPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Calma ACritical thinking in business education: using creative and innovative assessment approachesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Bramwell WCreativity Through Commonwealth Collaboration: An Evaluation of Split-site Doctoral Scholarships
and the role of UK Universities
International Perspectives & Context
Lee JComplicit Reproductions in the Global South: Courting World Class Universities and Global RankingsInternational Perspectives & Context
Oldaç YSelf-formation in international student mobility: A comparative biographical study of Turkish
international higher education graduates
International Perspectives & Context
Banerjee PEvaluating the fairness of admissions to UK higher educationHigher Education Policy
Mudondo TTowards An Information Systems Security Governance for Repositioning Polytechnics in Zimbabwe: A
case of Harare Polytechnic.
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Pelawi MFunding Higher Education in IndonesiaHigher Education Policy
Hadjianastasis MStudents as Consumers, Students as Product in the Age of Liquid Modernity: a Critical Appraisal
Through the Lenses of Zygmunt Bauman and Critical Pedagogy
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Preston JTHE PIXARFICATION OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lees / Avery R / BEngaging and Empowering Students Through Inter- and Intra-Module ContinuityLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Ashford-Rowe KConsider the role and value of authentic assessment in a contemporary HE assessment frameworkDigital University
Collings RAcademic Staff and Students Perceptions and Attitudes towards Blended LearningDigital University
Taylor-Smith / Fabian E / KUsing Q methodology to understand the perspectives of degree apprenticesInternational Perspectives & Context
Reilly DAn investigation of self-efficacy: Can it help us to understand and improve the retention and
progression of our students in the era of TEF?
Student Experience
Nakajima HInstitutional Strategy and Knowledge Sharing in Higher EducationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Hill ETelling the stories of what matters to Generation Z students in Higher EducationStudent Experience
Larkin MAssessing the extent of student part-time employment and the effects on engaging in Higher
Access and Widening Participation
Behrens TExploring the Use of Think Tank Groups to Improve Department Work Culture at a Regional University
in the USA
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dyer SReimagining campus spaces for academic peer learning and creativity – methods of an
interdisciplinary project
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hiller G“I could have graded your paper if you had met the minimum criteria of an academic paper” –
Diverging academic practices in the field of practice ‘examinations, proof of performance and grading’
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Rossi / Sengupta F / AImplementing change in universities’ knowledge exchange profiles: a management perspectiveManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Rossi / Sengupta F / ADiversification versus Specialization in Knowledge Exchange Strategy: A Dynamic View of
Ambidexterity in Universities.
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Kuzhabekova AShort-Term International Mobility as a Faculty Development Mechanism: Lessons from Kazakhstani
higher education
International Perspectives & Context
Scullion RAre we denying space for academic integrity in the changing landscape of marktised Higher Education?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bengtsen SHaving Faith in the University: A Philosophical StudyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
O'Connell CEnglish and German academics’ perspectives on metrics in Higher Education: Dimensions of fairness and organisational justiceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Oancea AMetrics and indicators for researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Krueger ADigital Infrastructures in Academic Evaluation –
Measuring Performance or Performing Measurement?
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bloch RThe ambivalent use of metrics in German higher education.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lenger AUnintended Consequences of Quantification, Metrification and New Public Management in Higher Education: The Rise of a New Spirit of Academic CapitalismAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Loads DHere I introduce the notion of semantic levity, by extending Maton’s work on semantic waves.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Webb SHigher education systems and the challenge of the entry of new providersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wakington HSalient Practices of Award-Winning Undergraduate Research Mentors – Excellence, Freedom and Control.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Heron GAdapted Kaizen Group Enquiry Based Learning; a Four Year Longitudinal Analysis Utilising a Hybridised Kaizen Group Model for Plural Participatory Inclusion in a Post Graduate Taught Programme and the Emerging Role of Digital Collaborative SpaceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Handforth RImagining Our Futures: Exploring how women doctoral students negotiate academic career-possible selvesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ida HHow can we theorize academic librarians’ cross-boundary identity? --- Focusing on information literacy as a new dimension of librarians’ jobsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dismore HParental Involvement in Student Complaints: help or hindrance? (0297)
Harriet Dismore
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hinchliffe GWhat is an Academic Judgement?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dakka FEveryday Life in the Competitive, Accelerated Academy: politicising Belonging and Becoming through the lens of Rhythm.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Locke WAcademic careers: milestones and options on a critical pathAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Byrom TMind the Mind: mental health first aid training and cultural change in HEAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Harrison PComparing higher education cultural contexts: International recruits’ insights on induction experiencesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Acker S‘Fast professors’ in Canadian academe: negotiating the research funding imperative (0492)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Aiston SThe Silence/ing of Academic Women (0499)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Read BCasualised Academic Staff and the Lecturer-Student relationship: power, legitimacy and (im)permanence (0506)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wilson RPrecarity, Managerialism, and the Shifting of Academic Work (0507)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Breeze MFeminist Collaborations in Higher Education: Stretched across Career Stages (0509)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Belluigi D‘Why mouth all the pieties?’: Black and women academics’ revelations about discourses of ‘transformation’ at an historically white South African institution (0316)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McGhie LUnderstanding HE environments: a suggested framework for lecturer identity work (0461)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bunn MTemporalities of trust and betrayal: teaching and learning in the neoliberal university (0372)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dennison PThe UKPSF through a Foucauldian lens, its origins and intentions, evolution and impact (0491)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Haywood HThe paradoxes and pressures of trying to maintain academic professionalism in Higher Education (0221)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Loytonen TArts in Re-imagining the UniversityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Janßen MWorth in academia in times of change - Reformation of the German university sector and its consequences on the construction of worth (0368)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wink LWriting, Talking, Eating: Nurturing Spaces and Cultures of Pedagogical Creativity in Higher Education (0503)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Caddell MCreating Happiness in the Measured University: Navigating, resisting and re-making discourses of excellence in academic life.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Staddon ETowards a professional development framework for leaders of degree programmes (0519)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bosch AWomen that work in higher education in Africa: A Southern feminist perspectiveAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rao NMigrant Academics and Professional Learning Gains: Perspectives of the Native Academic (0317)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bhopal KThe Race Equality Charter in UK Universities: A framework for change? (0257)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Carruthers Thomas KAthena SWAN: Constraints and Disruptions (0259)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson EThe Inaccessibility of ‘International’ Conferences: Hidden Inequalities in the Academic Profession (0260)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Moreau M-P‘Care-free at the top’? Exploring the experiences of senior academic staff who are caregivers (0397)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jonsas KProject research, children, and securing the next contract - navigating the traps on a precarious career trajectory (0404)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Leigh JExploring embodied academic identity through creative research methods: A video essay (0417)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Beaton FNew to HE: processes of professional learning for new teachers with dual roles and identities. (0431)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cao XIntroduction to Diary Research: Exploring the Everyday in Higher Education (0172)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson ECapturing the minutiae of mobility: using diary method to research the conference experiences of academics with caring responsibilities (0187)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Handforth RReading the Personal: Troubling everyday encounters within women doctoral students’ research diaries (0222)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Keenan M“I’m not really sure why I took that!” Exploring the everyday and the unexpected through photo-elicitation (0223)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cao C“I am a researcher but also your friend”: working with diarists during a long-term study on employability management (0224)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Walker RNavigating disciplinary identity in the field of Higher Education studies: a reflexive enquiry (0569)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Klassen MThe academization of engineering education in the United States and the UK A neo-institutional perspective (0293)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson EExploring the Everyday: Diary Method in Higher Education ResearchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gerwinne IWhere is diversity? On work-life balance in German universities (0559)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Carruthers Thomas KMY BRILLIANT CAREER? A GRAPHIC ESSAY (0152)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Waite MTransitions in Academic Writing Development (0642)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Baptista ATango Emotions In HE Teaching And Learning: HE Teaching Staff’ Identities In Motion (0367)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Stocks DAcademic Development in the Neo-liberal University: Reflexivity as the key to authentic practice and informed agency (0319)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mewburn IAre we haunted by the ghosts of PhDs past? (0266)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Leigh JInclusivity in Academia: Research; Teaching; Work; Accessibility (0386)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ommering BHigher education as a breeding ground for future researchers: a grounded theory study focusing on perceptions of and motivation for research among first-year medical students (0181)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Foster CSupporting First Year Students: The Role of Adjustment (0407)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ommering BFostering the scientific workforce: motivating students for research as a first step towards success? (0182)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Vaughan SUncomfortable truths and dislocated communities in changing times: barriers, bridges and hierarchies between researcher developer, PGR and supervisor communities (0405)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Wood PThe Temporalities of the Writing Experience of Part-Time Doctoral Students in Education (0248)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Pratt NWalking the Line: Doctoral Supervision In Changing Times (0508)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Duke DChallenging the Current Zeitgeist of Doctoral Education: Focussing as much on Fulfilment as on Stress as part of Excellence (0426)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Dismore HMotherhood and the Professional Doctorate: Balancing Time and Space (0493)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Ólafsdóttir A.Factors Influencing the Academic Progress of Master’s Students. (0331)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Mewburn I“Why didn’t you hire a PhD graduate?” A critical examination of recruitment, selection and onboarding practices of employers seeking to hire researchers. (0265)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Sim KExploring perceptions about the role of information and communication technologies (ICT) in doctoral research processes (0145)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Bengsten SCrisis, Catharsis, and Creation: A Gothic Approach to Doctoral Supervision (0165)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Leigh JSummer Vacation Research Competition: An opportunity for Post-doctoral Researchers and Undergraduates (0387)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Brown NEnhancing PhD students’ wellbeing using creative methods (0300)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Guccione KStabilising transitions to doctoral study: finding the reasonable boundaries of peer-mentoring. (0440)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Patel KMarketing ‘development studies’ in HEIs: are we selling ‘white saviours’?Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Osterlind MThis Could be Heaven or this Could be Hell: The changing shape of Swedish higher education from a work place perspective focusing on doctoral researchers (0632)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Lange JScientific findings and innovations are of great significance for the societal development and competitiveness of nation-states.Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Lee AIdentifying the components of excellent doctoral supervision: creating an inclusive experience for the doctoral candidate (0388)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Dencolo PRe-framing Supervisor Development for Internationalisation and Professionalisation (0476)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Yuan WChina's effort to construct the Asian postgraduate education zone: how should scholarship policy react? (0542)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Aarnikoivu AExploring the spatiotemporal scales of doctoral paths: lower and higher-scale actions of doctoral studies and how they are interrelated (0341)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Elliot DFeasible utopias in doctoral education: A research based model for expanded doctoral pedagogy (0322)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Dowle SPedagogically Potent or Bureaucratically Banal: The Trials and Tribulations of Doctoral Progress Reviews (0530)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Floyd ABecoming a Researching Professional: EdD students' perceptions and experiences of using the Researching Professional Development Framework (0285)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Armstorng TGrowing a Doctoral community
within a teaching intensive HEI
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Woodhouse JCreating dialogic spaces: developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment and review (0163)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Gravett KReferencing and inclusion: exploring barriers to agency in the higher education student experience (0135)Student Experience
Quinlan K MWhat do students want from their learning experience? A mixed methods study of antecedents and outcomes of students’ hopes (0462)Student Experience
Wilson CAchieving Excellence by Helping More Students to Get On – Trialling New Tools to Demonstrate What Works (0355)Student Experience
Brewster SMaking placement learning inclusive for students facing additional challenges (0219)Student Experience
McQuarrie FA Cross-Disciplinary Comparison of Students’ Self-Reported Degree Completion Strategies (0231)Student Experience
Ulriksen LTime for Studying – A Question of Quantity or Quality?Student Experience
Kirby HWhat time is good for you: To what extent do student perceptions of the time of their activities motivate their attendance behaviours?Student Experience
Dent SEquity in Higher Education This Time It’s Personal! (0256)Student Experience
Broglia EFostering Student Mental Health in the Context of Personal Tutoring (0271)Student Experience
Kandiko Howson CClosing attainment gaps through personal tutoring: Putting learning gain data to use (0360)Student Experience
Bowen-Brown JPersonal Academic Tutoring: Moving from a Deficit Approach (0363)Student Experience
Burke CCreating a Sense of Place: the role of personal tutors and social networks (0623)Student Experience
de Gayardon AK11 Denbigh 2 Thursday 6 December 11.30 -12.00Student Experience
Cownie FDo alumni want to give back to their university?Student Experience
Detmer ADevelopment of socio-emotional skills for innovation in higher education students: exploring learning catalysts (0558)Student Experience
Bishop DA Foucauldian discourse analysis into the role of student voice in a UK higher education institute. (0347)Student Experience
Farrier-Williams EEngagement, ethnography and the student voice: a review and recommendation for research (0475)Student Experience
Gagnon JMoving beyond good intentions towards inclusion: What the Changing Mindsets project reveals about unequal student experiences and outcomes (0305)Student Experience
Lainio AStudents; Being and Becoming Consumers of Higher Education? (0436)Student Experience
Buckley AWhat proportion of National Student Survey comparisons are statistically significant? (0366)Student Experience
Gaunt JNothing succeeds like success: supporting high achievers in HE after enrolment (0535)Student Experience
Budd RHave we neglected UK universities’ role in mediating the student experience?Student Experience
Grindle NConnecting students with research: an analysis of six ‘Meet the researcher’ activities at a large UK research-intensive university. (0538)Student Experience
Coehlo MUniversity Social Responsibility: The impact of student involvement in training/audit projects on their social, civic/political and professional development (0434)Student Experience
Bengesai ACourse switching patterns among Engineering students at a South African university (0641)Student Experience
Tabrizi WExperiencing transition into postgraduate study: can the application of relationship marketing principles help? (0473)Student Experience
Horodosy R‘I’ve got work experience purely through asking’: a Critical Exploration of Extracurricular Activities and Employability (0351)Student Experience
Handley FStaff-Student Partnership Initiatives to Promote Digital Technology Use in UK Higher Education: Their Emergence and Role in Defining Students as Partners (SaP) (0328)Digital University
Nesbitt TImplementing the One-Minute Paper Using Applications on Personally Owned Devices: Student Perspectives on the Benefits (0329)Digital University
Bennett LFour principles for promoting learner agency within the design of learner dashboards (0352)Digital University
Rogaten JEvaluating and Upscaling Telecollaborative Teacher Education (0333)Digital University
Omar SThe educational value of using simulation games in the classroom: learners’ perspective (0572)Digital University
Hughes GGlobal Online Inter-university Teaching (GO-IT): an inclusive approach to students as global researchers?Digital University
Jordan KNetworked selves and networked publics in academia: Exploring academic online identity through sharing on social media platforms (0230)Digital University
Ganniari-Papageorgiou EPaving the Way to Digital Learning: A case study in Engineering (0335)Digital University
Johnson CDesigning an Online Music Tutor Development Programme (0148)Digital University
McCulloch JThriving lives for military service children – improving progression to HEHigher Education Policy
McCartney DInternationalization, pathway colleges, and the privatization of Canadian higher education (0193)Higher Education Policy
Budd RCoercion, Mimesis, and Normativity in UK Social Science Doctoral Funding (0379)Higher Education Policy
Staddon EConfiguring the Student-Consumer (0551)Higher Education Policy
McCaig CCompeting Discourses of Excellence and Inclusion: Marketisation in English Higher Education Policy, 1987-2017 (0200)Higher Education Policy
French AIn a fast-changing higher education landscape can TEF help excellence and inclusion cohabit? (0204)Higher Education Policy
McCaig CTEF and the marketisation of English HE (0656)Higher Education Policy
Tiernan AInternationalisation and immigration processes: exploring UK universities’ involvement in administering the Tier 4 student visa (0523)Higher Education Policy
Esmond BBinary Code? Bridging the ‘Academic’-‘Technical’ Divide and the Permeability or Perpetuation of Pathways in England (0480)Higher Education Policy
Lo WReorienting Internationalisation of Higher Education in Taiwan:
From Outward-Looking to Inward-looking (0370)
Higher Education Policy
Kmiotek-Meier EThe agenda for now and the future: The centrality of international student mobility in Luxembourg’s higher education policy discourse (0244)Higher Education Policy
Zhang WEstablishing World Class Universities in China: Deploying a Quasi-experimental Design to Evaluate the Net Effects of Project 985 (0385)Higher Education Policy
Davies RComparing value in higher education: the conundrum of commensurability.Higher Education Policy
Djerasimovic SEarly career researchers in Europe: a narrative of academic self-construction (0550)Higher Education Policy
Filippakou OHigher education as a system: a conceptual approach (0603)Higher Education Policy
Ilie SExploring patterns of learning gain in higher education: the equity dimensionHigher Education Policy
Ho XCharacteristics and Dilemmas of Higher Engineering Education under the Background of Supply-Side Structural Reform in China (0373)Higher Education Policy
Elwick EHigher education policy: Compounding the problem of social mobility or contributing to its solution? (0146)Higher Education Policy
Carvalho CPublic Policies for reducing inequalities in Federal Brazilian higher education: main findingsHigher Education Policy
Anchor JThe Earnings Expectations of Business Studies Undergraduates in Two English Universities: a case of credentialism? (0495)Higher Education Policy
Harvey HAn Investigation into the impact of Higher Education Policy: the Teaching Excellence Framework. A single case. (0154)Higher Education Policy
Saraswat ATEF: what does it mean for English FE Colleges?Higher Education Policy
Higher Education Policy
Boehm CUniversity 1.0 to 3.0: Towards creative interfaces between the university and the knowledge economy (0466)Higher Education Policy
Zubrzycki TTowards Technological Universities in Ireland: how different?Higher Education Policy
Romanova IBarriers in the Peer Review Process: Overcoming the Distress Using a Critical Incidents ApproachLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Griffioen DAttitudes and/or Experiences? Undergraduate Students’ and Lecturers’ Experienced Research Integration in Higher EducationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Litherland KStaff perceptions of “inclusive” and “excellent” teaching in a changing HE landscape (0537)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Heudorfer AObjectives of undergraduate research programs - Creating a program theory for research-based learningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Davies RJoking apart: on the educative value of the humorous (0541)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Bhatt IExamining student digital literacies through epistemologies of ignorance (0392)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hordern JHigher expertise and pedagogic rights in the post-truth society (0419)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wright JThe truth, but not yet: Avoiding naïve skepticism via explicit communication of metadisciplinary aims (0445)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Horodosy R‘Research is great and everything, but it doesn’t help me’: Undergraduate experiences of the research / teaching nexus (0458)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Mimirinis MExploring undergraduate students' conceptions of "teaching excellence" (0544)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hughes AFacilitating diversity and inclusion as measures of quality: the case of an Inclusive Curriculum Framework (0548)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Winstone N‘Teaching Excellence’ or ‘Learning Excellence’?: Strategic Approaches to Assessment Feedback in UK Higher Education (0396)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Erikson MBeyond Learning: Students’ Responsibility for their Knowledge (0170)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
McLeod GBeyond The Trigger Warning: Staff and Student Experiences of Potentially Emotionally Sensitive Topics in Higher Education (0207)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Dennis JMetacognition in higher education: How academics think and how they teach students to thinkLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Thomson CMaking Stuff Up
student views of assessment in learning reflective practice
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Deem RThe English Teaching Excellence Framework: Excellence, Metrics, Evaluation, Inclusivity And (Unintended) Consequences. (0359)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gkogkidis V.Co-Creation of Innovative Gamification Based Learning:
A Case of Synchronous Partnership
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Tuck JDiscourses of students and their writing in a South African vocational university: problematising the ’gaps’. (0381)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Boud DDeveloping a framework for feedback literacy from a student perspective (0391)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
McDermott PA Methodology that Makes Self-Assessment an Implicit Part of the Answering Process –Results from a Year Long Study (0618)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Cui VCollaboration as a catalyst for understanding and improving learning and teaching in higher education: staff-student collaborative observation (0502)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Zhu XBuilding Pedagogical Research Literacy in Assessment Practices within Higher Education (0591)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Evans CManaging Complex Assessment Interventions: Research within Research (0598)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Balloo KEvaluation of a Large-scale Inclusive Assessment Intervention: A Novel Approach to Quantifying Perceptions about Assessment Literacy (0600)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Evans CMeaningful Assessment Practices in Higher Education (0614)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Coxon AThe impact of Technology Enhanced Learning on students with Specific Learning Difficulties (0263)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Potkin HThe learning I prize is immeasurable re-creationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Davies CShaping the ‘knowledge object’: the role of dialogue in DProf research (0411)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kaniadakis AInterpretation and application of assessment criteria in a large soft skills module: The role of relationships in communities of practice (0627)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Reith FA new holy grail? Mixed Methods and quality management in teaching and learning in HEIs (0582)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Kandiko Howson CSenior Professional Leaders: Prestige, Credibility and Advancement in Higher Education (0291)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Deane JLeading through networks: the benefits of informal networks to academic heads of departments (0346)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Misra DA Path Dependency Approach to Understand the Role of
Regions in the Development of New Universities
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Harris-Huemmert SPresent challenges to university construction, design and maintenance (0635)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Gibbs TRunning on Goodwill? Relationship Quality and Service Outcomes in University Professional Services (0177)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Blekic MAttaining a sustainable future for higher education: Can we do it all? (0237)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Bunn MClass matters in Australian HE: exploring the relevance of class analysis in explaining disadvantage in an Australian University.Access and Widening Participation
Minett-Smith CExcellence through Inclusion: Telling the story with data.Access and Widening Participation
Naidoo KMethodological Conversations: Reflections on Using Participatory Methodology Across the Three Data Collection Sites in the SARiHE ProjectAccess and Widening Participation
Trahar SAn introduction to the Southern African Rurality in Higher Education (SARiHE) project: aim, research questions, methodology, theoretical framingAccess and Widening Participation
Mgqwashu ECo-generation of Knowledge Through International Research Collaborations in Higher Education? Multiple Perspectives from the SARiHE ExperienceAccess and Widening Participation
Muhuro PThe SARiHE project: Negotiating the transitions from rural contexts into and trajectories through higher education in South AfricaAccess and Widening Participation
Henderson HLocal students in Higher Education cold spots: Geographies of undergraduate futuresAccess and Widening Participation
Rogaten JDo you need to have all the prerequisites to be successful in HE or can you make it work with what you have?Access and Widening Participation
Wormold JA Flying Start: the benefits of changing induction to introduction. (0390)Access and Widening Participation
Ilieva-Trichikova PTowards measurement of higher education as a common good: possibilities and
Access and Widening Participation
Spacey RRecording and Recognising the Experiences of Estranged Students in Higher Education: Using Photo-Elicitation as Method (0239)Access and Widening Participation
Fabian KEnhancing learning confidence for direct entry computing studentsAccess and Widening Participation
Butcher JReconceptualising part-time adult learning in higher education (0315)Access and Widening Participation
Ilie SExploring the effectiveness of low-cost low-intensity programmes for improving educational knowledge and progressionAccess and Widening Participation
Crockford JStrategic ambiguity and/or policy ad-hocery? The positioning of evaluation in higher education widening participation discourses. (0554)Access and Widening Participation
Madriaga MAntiblackness in institutional strategies to overcome race inequality and discrimination (0437)Access and Widening Participation
Byrom TTransformation or Transgression? The impact of an institutional habitus on working class student identityvAccess and Widening Participation
Zimdars A MThe Power of ‘Unrecognizable Habitus’: Inclusion and Exclusion among 10 British Low-Socio-Economic Status Students Abroad (0150)Access and Widening Participation
Harrison NUsing the lens of ‘possible selves’ to explore access to higher education – a new framework for policy, practice and research (0424)Access and Widening Participation
Wong BBy chance or by plan? The academic success of non-traditional students in higher education (0147)Access and Widening Participation
Hunt SCan private providers be expected to improve higher education inclusion, choice and quality in the UK? (0295)Access and Widening Participation
Miller MHow do students respond to institutional labels around widening participation and equality and diversity? (0336)Access and Widening Participation
Brown G‘A Middle-Range Realist Approach to Evaluating the Student Lifecycle in Widening Access and Participation’ (0483)Access and Widening Participation
Harrison NThe epistemology of effectiveness: exploring the challenges of demonstrating impact from higher education outreach activities (0389)Access and Widening Participation
Mountford Zimdars ABuilding Rigour into Evaluation Design (0427)Access and Widening Participation
Crockford J“You’ve got to prove your worth maybe in a way which, you know, universities traditionally didn’t quite need to”. Evaluating widening participation interventions for cohorts of young people pre-16. (0428)Access and Widening Participation
MCCaig CThe evaluation of HE outreach: the market and drive to evidence effectiveness (0441)Access and Widening Participation
Watson DThe Malignant Market: Is the widening participation debate lost?Access and Widening Participation
Welp-Park EProgramme leaders’ attitudes towards inclusion and diversity management – first results of an international survey (0393)Access and Widening Participation
Mullen EExploring visual methodologies in higher education research: a case of university-workplace transition as graduate identity formationEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Taylor-Smith EGraduate apprenticeships are great opportunities for individuals, but are they inclusive?Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Peters CLearning for the job market: Preparing graphic design students in the GCC for the local design industry (0245)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Pitan OEffect of real world activities in the link between university reputation and students’ transition to work (0258)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Bird SConceptions of employability: charting changing undergraduate perspectives amongst dominant political narratives (0238)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cao XEnhancing the Employability of International Students: Chinese students on
taught Master`s programmes in social sciences
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Jonbekova DUniversity-Industry Partnerships in Kazakhstan (0356)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Suleman FThe labour market of young graduates in Portugal:
The effect of higher education reform and economic recession
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hall MThe impact of artificial intelligence on knowledge work: Implications for educating future graduates (0412)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Jones CIt is a decade since the then Department for Industry, University and Skills proposed that employability should be central to the vision of all universities (DIUS, 2008)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Issberner JEnterprise in the curriculum is rarely about Entrepreneurship: A case study in setting up Enterprise Education awareness at the University of St Andrews. (0529)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Burke CUnderstanding resilience in graduate careers: a systematic review and agenda for future research (0616)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cuthbert CAvailable SoonEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mullen EExploring ‘mismatch’ between line manager and graduate perceptions of university-workplace transitions (0624)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cheng MDeveloping Intercultural Awareness for Better Peer Interaction: Study of a British UniversityInternational Perspectives & Context
Chance SSummary Report on National STEM Educational Policies in Relation to Girls’ Experiences in Physics across Europe and to the Engineering Pipeline (0252)International Perspectives & Context
Szadowski KThe Public Good and the Common Good in Public Higher Education in Poland.International Perspectives & Context
Carpentier VPublic good in French universities: Principles and practice of the ‘republican’ model (0251)International Perspectives & Context
Marginson SGlobal public and common goods in higher education (0283)International Perspectives & Context
Schendel RReforming pedagogy to support the development of critical thinking in Ghana, Kenya and Botswana: The challenge of changing faculty identities, motivations and behaviours (0446)International Perspectives & Context
Bovill HA UK/English context: What are the unintended consequences for women of a more open debate upon sexual violence on campus and how can we keep this debate on the agenda in universities to challenge this?International Perspectives & Context
Banyard VExploring Consequences of Bystander Action in Higher Education: Implications for Sexual Violence Prevention (0190)International Perspectives & Context
Edwards KThe Role of Stigma in Partner Violence: A Social Psychological and Ecological Perspective (0191)International Perspectives & Context
McMahon SCampus sexual violence and graduate students (0192)International Perspectives & Context
Brooks RThe construction of higher education students within national policy: a cross-European comparison (0195)International Perspectives & Context
Camacho-Felix SDiscourse, Technology and Social Practice: questionning excellence and examining practices of diversity in Transnational EducationInternational Perspectives & Context
Morley LThe Affective Economy of Internationalisation: Migrant Academics in and out of Japanese Higher Education (0267)International Perspectives & Context
Kim TThe Hidden Narratives of Higher Education Internationalisation: Can Excellence and Inclusion Cohabit? The Case of East Asian Mobile Academics in UK Universities (0268)International Perspectives & Context
Tiernan AExploring International Student Responses to Surveillance within the UK student Visa System (0323)International Perspectives & Context
Roberts PThe Hidden Narratives of International Doctoral Students in Japan: How are Japanese Government’s Internationalisation Policy Initiatives being Experienced at the Micro Level? (0338)International Perspectives & Context
Mitterle AMaking stratification explicit – a study of verticality in German higher educationInternational Perspectives & Context
Pike CAssessment for Learning in the UK and Malaysia: A Mixed-Methods StudyInternational Perspectives & Context
Rogaten JApplying learning design to identify areas of improvement in 1st year Mathematics modules at the University of South Africa (0376)International Perspectives & Context
Montgomery CSurfacing ‘Southern’ perspectives on student engagement with internationalisation: doctoral theses as alternative forms of knowledge (0581)International Perspectives & Context
McGrory MWhat are the International Students’ Success Rates in Germany’s Institutes of Higher Education? How Do International Students Compare to German Students in Economics and Business Studies, Mechanical Engineering and Architecture (Under)-Graduate Degree ProInternational Perspectives & Context
Grue MOne Step Toward Excellence and Inclusion:International Perspectives & Context
Elken MPolicy Rationales for Student Mobility in the Nordic Countries: Balancing Egalitarianism and the Global Knowledge Economy?International Perspectives & Context
Han SWould ‘First-class Discipline’ Initiative Boost Disciplinary Diversity in Chinese Universities? An Exploratory Study with Four Cases (0278)International Perspectives & Context
Bathmaker A-MRethinking inclusive learning outcomes in higher education: capability formation for socially just HE in the context of South Africa (0472)International Perspectives & Context
Anchor JInternationalisation: Towards a Measure for UK Universities (0561)International Perspectives & Context
Ma YChances and Challenges to personal and professional development in Chinese higher
education institutions: Perspectives of Chinese returnee lecturers who have overseas learning
International Perspectives & Context
Harrison NInternationalism in an age of insularity: constructions of ‘global citizenship’ in English university strategic policy documents (0525)International Perspectives & Context
Xu XHow do academics perceive the incentives for Humanities and Social Sciences international publications: A case study of a top Chinese university (0365)International Perspectives & Context
Burg DRecognising and rewarding academic citizenshipAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Burke P-JDegrees of Class: Interrogating linear and non-linear transitions from higher
Degrees of Class: Interrogating linear and non-linear transitions from higher education into the labour market
Access and Widening Participation
BrownNAcademic identity: active identity and body work in academiaAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Farrier-Williams EAn Ethnography To Understand Student Value Co-Creation In The Student ExperienceStudent Experience
Baranova PThe student experience initiatives in higher education: an occupational perspectiveStudent Experience
Huet IDeveloping students as researchers and learners in Higher Education: the experience of SADRASStudent Experience
McLardy MUsing an experiential team building activity to promote postgraduate students’ social integration and professional skills developmentStudent Experience
Bui HRoles of Business Schools for New Generations of Innovative Business Leaders: A collaborative stakeholders as agents of change perspectiveEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Butcher JAdult learners enrich university communities but there are still far too few of them (Les Ebdon, 2016)Access and Widening Participation
Evans LTHE PROFESSORIATE’S LONG-RUNNING BALANCING ACT: snapshots of how well professors since the 16th century have met students’, society’s and stakeholders’ expectationsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Smith MCGloin RResearcher Mobility in Policy and Practice: When Rhetoric and Reality MeetHigher Education Policy
Foster CParents as Stakeholders - Do they matter?Student Experience
McLean MEpistemological access and epistemic access among university students from disadvantaged backgrounds in South AfricaInternational Perspectives & Context
Winstone NSupporting students’ engagement with feedback: The adoption of student focused
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Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gourlay LDigital academic literacies as posthuman apparatus.Digital University
Locke W‘Early’ ‘career’ ‘researchers’ in the social sciences: Redefining the terms Dr William Locke, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK Dr Richard Freeman, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UKAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rouncefield-Swales ANetworks and reflexivities: Employing a narrative social networks approach to explore apprenticeship pathways into and through Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Tzanakou CGender discourses and ideology in higher education-from institutional documents to the lived experience and back.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Whitton DModels of employability and their relevance for part-time learnersEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Harrison NRethinking risk: theorising young people’s attitudes to higher educationAccess and Widening Participation
Jameson J‘Critical Corridor Talk’: Just Gossip or Hidden Moral Resistance to Managerialism? The Negative Capability of Distributed Higher Education LeadershipManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Kwiek MHighly-Paid Academics: Productivity, Prestige and Salary Patterns across EuropeHigher Education Policy
Osborn JStudent Psychological Contracts: An exploratory framework.Student Experience
Howell CConceptualising higher education and the public good in Africa: a journey of complexity and challenge.International Perspectives & Context
Black KWhatever happened to assessment-for-learning?: students’ perceptions of feedback in UK business educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Bhatt IDigital Literacy and IgnoranceDigital University
Henderson E“Novel” Delegates: Representations of Academic Identities in Fictional ConferencesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rowe NThe Value, Scope and Cost of Conferences: looking beyond the Events industryAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Moreau M-PAcademic carers performing mobile subjectivities in the neoliberal universityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Burford JResearching the development of an academic field: Conferences as a way inAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Read BGender, Early Career Academics and the Performance of Self at Academic ConferencesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dent SRecognising the Personal: Exploring the potential of personal tutors to remedy attainment gapsAccess and Widening Participation
Wong BIs there an 'ideal' student at university?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Grindle NExternal-facing assessments: Balancing the needs of students, external partner organisations and the publicStudent Experience
Kador TA participatory approach to developing outward-facing assessmentsStudent Experience
Brown NDeveloping portfolios to become meaningful, external-facing assessmentsStudent Experience
Garcia-Souto PPeer assessing individual contributions in a group projectStudent Experience
Emmanuel MIt’s who you know! The influence of developmental networks on the perceived career success of undergraduatesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wheelahan LHigher education in colleges: why isn’t there more of it?Access and Widening Participation
Henderson HLocal students at the local college: College-based Higher Education students and narratives of place and (im)mobilitiesAccess and Widening Participation
Webb SWhat does higher vocational education bring to higher education that is distinctive?Access and Widening Participation
Bathmaker A-MWhat College-Based Higher Education in England is and what it might beAccess and Widening Participation
Floyd ALeading without authority: the challenge of cross faculty leadership rolesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Donovan CMoral Panic and the Impact AgendaHigher Education Policy
Watermeyer RThe Paradoxes of ‘Competitive Accountability’ and the Problem of Mistrust in ‘Scientific Governance’Higher Education Policy
Derrick GExamining the Legitimacy of Panel Peer Review to Assess ImpactHigher Education Policy
Oancea AThe Impacts of Impact Assessment on Higher Education Organisations, Practices and CareersHigher Education Policy
Filippakou ORethinking higher education research: Towards a new epistemic orderHigher Education Policy
Cobb FInsight for employability: The impact and implementation of Careers RegistrationStudent Experience
Lee JConceptualizing Local Research Capacity in KazakhstanInternational Perspectives & Context
Sharpe RAssessing the potential of graduate attributes as a measure of learning gainLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Gray CExamining the contribution research methods can make to the learning gain debateLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Ilie SLearning gain: from concept to measurementLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Rogaten JLongitudinal analysis of students’ learning gains in Higher Education across two UK institutionsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Rogaten JLearning gains of international students in South African distance educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Nottingham PBalancing Acts: Developing Online Professional IdentitiesDigital University
Hutchings CAcknowledging first year students’ ‘brought along’ experiences on an academic literacy course.Access and Widening Participation
Hall EAchieving balance in academic identity and career – insights from award winning undergraduate research mentorsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hancock SSuccess in a knowledge economy? Understanding the early labour market experiences of doctoral graduates in the UKEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Shepherd SGender inequality at the top: Why ‘fixing’ the women isn’t the answerManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Sullivan MPersonalising the student journey: exploring the impact of personalisation of learning on student behavioural engagementStudent Experience
Belluig D ZQuestions of authorship in a Higher Education Studies programme connecting international contextsInternational Perspectives & Context
Bennett LStudents’ responses to learning analytics dashboardsDigital University
Baker Z‘It’s just not financially doable’: The HE decision-making journeys of FE students in EnglandAccess and Widening Participation
Stevenson JDeveloping writing identities amongst early career researchers and widening participation practitionersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Alexander J“Brown Shoes?” Interrogating hidden inequality and diversity barriers in the graduate labour market.Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Creaton JThe Mesopolitics of Middle Management: The Role of Heads of Academic DepartmentsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Raaper RStudents’ Unions Response to Consumerist Policy Discourses in English Higher EducationStudent Experience
Malette AConverging voices and synergies for student success: strategic enrolment management development at a research intensive Canadian universityInternational Perspectives & Context
Najjuma RMobile mentoring for strengthening teacher preparation in low resource settings: A comparative study of two teacher education programmes in Uganda.Digital University
Boehm CThe case for specifying learning environments: Creative and Connected Universities of the FutureAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Luckett KWhat might ‘decolonising the curriculum’ mean?Access and Widening Participation
Mathieson SDeveloping critical reflection in academic workplaces: lessons for the Apprenticeship for Academic Professionals from a sociocultural perspectiveAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Adams GDoctoral journeyings: Pedagogic possibilities for profound happinessStudent Experience
Hargreaves CAddressing Doctoral Researchers’ Well-being: Will our Solutions have Impact?Student Experience
Montano SEmployability Promises Comparative Analysis of Embedded Employability Skills Assessment across Four Higher Education Institutions.Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cameron AAttainment and transition experiences of students progressing from an evening access programme to undergraduate studyAccess and Widening Participation
Fung DPlaying in different keys: the changing role of the Head of Department in research-intensive universitiesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Wood MPursuing teaching excellence in higher education: Towards a multi-stakeholder’s perspectiveHigher Education Policy
Dismore HStudent experiences of interdisciplinary learning between the arts and sciencesStudent Experience
Abdullateef SSecuring Syria’s academic knowledge and industrial future through participatory action research: a case study of agricultural engineering educationInternational Perspectives & Context
Hill JImproving the Student Learning Experience through Dialogic Feed-Forward AssessmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Vuori JProcess Improvement or Transformation: e-Learning Strategies in U.S. Higher Education InstitutionsDigital University
Lomer SStudent responses to blended learning: valuing relationshipsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jones SAdmissions staff and their values: how HE selectors reconcile personal identities, local needs and institutional demandsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Whitton NPerceived value in classroom contact: rising to the challenge of learner disengagementAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Emery CEngagement and equity; a conceptual framework to help us understand university anchor engagement and what an English socially just anchor model may look like.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Priego-Hernandez J‘All of us put other people first’: Narratives from a participatory photodiary study with university student carersAccess and Widening Participation
Lindsey LThe role and views of volunteer patients in undergraduate pharmacy education: involved stakeholders or back seat drivers?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Asiri AWhat is employability and how should we measure it?Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Jones CThe Impact of Management Education on Students’ Perceptions of Employability.Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Langsten LLearning in Public and Private Universities in EgyptLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Croney PExperiential Learning – A Learning Worth Having? Academic Perceptions of the use of Experiential Learning in the first year of Business Higher Education.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Rajaram KUsing Design Thinking to promote displays of cognitive empathy in undergraduatesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Gaskell CLeading small scale, new and evolving higher education institutions in turbulent timesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Carvalho CFinancialisation in For-Profit Higher Education: the Brazilian and US cases in comparative perspectiveHigher Education Policy
Decker OChange, Manage or Meet: understanding and addressing the expectations of Business School Master’s studentsStudent Experience
Abbas ACan we generate ‘socially just knowledge’ through international partnerships between universities?: a case-study based on a Chinese and European partnership.International Perspectives & Context
Wong K MLearning Styles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) students in Hong KongLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Johnson CA pedagogical framework for teaching music online: A multiple case studyDigital University
Walsh JRecorded lectures: What impact on student attendance?Digital University
Timmis S‘Coming to Jo'burg is like I’m in a foreign country’: Researching rural students’ lived experiences of transition and participation in higher education in South AfricaAccess and Widening Participation
Locke WThe implications of a diversifying workforce for higher education systems, institutions and individualsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cameron AEmployability and graduate outcomes for sports students with widening participation characteristics – an analysis of a data derived from 2000-2015Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Taylor-Smith/ EPlacement or practicalities? Barriers and disincentives to work experience, as reported by computing studentsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Harboe T‘Classroom walk-throughs’ as a management approachHigher Education Policy
Fumasoli TThe Determinants of Institutional Positioning of Higher Education Institutions: a Reappraisal of the Organizational Dimension BarbatoManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Boughey CCalling for change: South African higher education since 1994 and student protestsStudent Experience
Gulasaryan ACollaboration in learning: Student experiences on the intrinsically European Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters ProgrammeInternational Perspectives & Context
Buckley AThe Tyranny of 'Teaching and Learning'Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Han-Huei Tsay CStudent Engagement and the Novelty Effect in a Technology-mediated Gamified CourseDigital University
Leathwood CExploring the impacts of the casualisation of academic staff on the teaching and learning of undergraduate studentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Carruthers Thomas KGender as a geography of power? Emerging findings from university spacesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fransman JNew global challenges, new knowledge actors, new forms of research: what higher education can learn from the research practices of NGOsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jonbekova D‘The diploma is not enough’: students’ views on the role of higher education credentials for employability in KazakhstanEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Tsui AAntecedents and Consequences of Perceived Employability: A Study of Chinese Undergraduate Business StudentsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Parker JUndergraduate Research, Learning Gain and Equity: The Impact of Final Year Research ProjectsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Marnet OThe Quality of Board Decision Making Processes in Higher Education Institutions: UK and European Experiences.Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Callender CDoes fear of debt deter higher education participation? New evidence from EnglandHigher Education Policy
Taylor CRethinking Higher Education in Posthuman TimesStudent Experience
Guzmán-Valenzuela CHigher education research in Latin America: revisiting MacFarlane’s archipelagoInternational Perspectives & Context
Cosnefroy LAcademic achievement, Engagement and Course experienceLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Wisker G‘In sickness and in health’: concerning PhD student health, stress and wellbeing.Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Hinchliffe GEpistemic Freedom and EducationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Keenan MExploring heteronormativity and Bi and Trans exclusion on campus: Learning from the experiences of undergraduate students.Access and Widening Participation
Heron MResearcher-led academic developmentAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Behle HStudent’s preparation for employmentEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Fisher RStakeholders Conceptions of Value in Higher EducationEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Brew ARising to the challenge of developing pre-service teachers’ learning autonomy through research-based learning experiencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Lim MConcepts and Practices of Quality: Higher Education in Emerging Economies - a case study of the PhilippinesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Reith FTen Rules to ruin your quality managementManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Barbaric DBalancing competing demands in international higher education: the added complexity of federalism in the Canadian contextHigher Education Policy
Minett-Smith CDare to Change: Realizing the Opportunities of Postgraduate Curriculum DevelopmentStudent Experience
Almeida JInternationalisation at home: approaches and tools for review and developmentInternational Perspectives & Context
Davies RSAFE: Self-Assessment and Feedback for EducationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Oliver MDoctoral students’ engagement with institutional research cultures: expectations and experiencesPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Leigh JExploring embodied academic identityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Caddell MBlueprints, Bridges and Cluttered Landscapes: Exploring Metaphor and Motif in Widening Access PolicyAccess and Widening Participation
Sweetman LA New Civics - through Higher Education EngagementAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hamilton MDeveloping entrepreneurial capabilities for the global labour market: A cross national study of IT students in the UK and AustraliaEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Pitan OEffect of Gender and Course of Study on Students’ Self-Perceived Employability (SPE)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Bathmaker A-MWhy possible selves? The application of the concept of 'possible selves' in researching participation in higher educationAccess and Widening Participation
Henderson HTheorising time, space and inequalities: The ‘possible selves’ concept in Higher Education researchAccess and Widening Participation
Erikson M GPossible selves and possible others – explicating theoretical and methodological potentialsAccess and Widening Participation
Kallenberg TWorking in the Shadow of Hierarchy: the Managerial-Administrative Relationships in a closer perspectiveManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Kahn PJudging the quality of higher education from a firm basis in realityHigher Education Policy
Griffioen DAre Students of Some Disciplines more Involved than Others? Disciplinary Differences in Experienced Research Integration in Higher EducationStudent Experience
Brown JTheorising and evaluating alternative visions of widening participation in Higher Education: appraising the work of the Caledonian Club at GCUInternational Perspectives & Context
Kanuka HForty years on: What now?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Vaughan SMetaphors and images as tools in doctoral supervisionPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Bessant SReconciling social and environmental roles and purposes of higher education within the marketisation context: the pragmatist and pluralist research lensAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Webster MThe impact of teachers' practice and attitudes on widening accessAccess and Widening Participation
Tierney A.MOpportunities for Brokering between Teaching-Focused and Research-Focused UK Life Science AcademicsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Buckley AA pointless exercise? Comparing staff and student perceptions of the use of assessment feedbackStudent Experience
Reid CAchievement Explained: Engaging students in a dialogue for learning gain.Student Experience
Fakunle OExploring Graduate Employability through the International Student LifecycleEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Deem RUniversity governance reforms in European Higher Education; some reflections on the roles and interventions of external governing board stakeholders in Portugal and the UKManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Cooper TDiscourses of expectations: how should universities respond to students, employers and society?Higher Education Policy
Loughlin CDigitally Mediated Note-taking Practices of Students in Higher EducationStudent Experience
Müller-Benedict VHow comparable are grades, between disciplines, universities and over time spans? To what extent do they reflect the performance, or are there other systematic influences on grading, which prevent a fair comparison?International Perspectives & Context
Hughes GStudent-directed use of individual and cohort learning gain data to monitor professional skills developmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Nokkala TPeer mentoring for PhD students – facilitating the emergence of expertise, researcher identity and researcher skillsPostgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Bovill HHairdresser to university course programme leader: 3 case studies exploring the ‘figured worlds’ of realising professional goals and the role of flexible approaches and communities of practice within this.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bennett VTeaching assistants as educational community-based advocates.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McKenzie LBeing ‘an in-between’: Teaching assistants negotiating their role alongside higher education study.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gartland CLessons from the USA: informing knowledge and expectations of university through subject specific student ambassador outreachAccess and Widening Participation
Bozalek VSlow scholarship in writing retreats: A diffractive methodology for responseable pedagogiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Flint AThe role, value and impact of academic representation: institutional and students’ union perspectivesStudent Experience
Mewburn IDoctoral employability as read in non-academic job adverts asking for advanced research skills: a machine learning studyEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Lucas L‘Who leaves the most behind’? Developing ‘curricular justice’ in doctoral education in South Africa and the UKAccess and Widening Participation
Harris-Huemmert SDesigning and managing Higher Education estate: two Swiss examplesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Morley LHidden Narratives of Internationalisation: Mobility and Migrant AcademicsHigher Education Policy
Hey VRetiring Subjectivities: The affective load of becoming ‘retired’: Shedding, Shredding or Recalibrating?Higher Education Policy
Webb RChanging Learning: Learning To Change?Higher Education Policy
Attia MCoaching in Higher Education: Light and ShadowHigher Education Policy
Hordosy R"They teach it better because it's something they're really interested in" - Undergraduate experiences of research at a Northern Red Brick UniversityStudent Experience
Lingling Xu CEducating China on the move: A typology of contemporary Chinese higher educational mobilitiesInternational Perspectives & Context
Cross SHow do students understand and interpret learning gains? Perspectives from indepth interviews of UK distance learners.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gillespie HInvestigating marking mindset as part of a learning gain projectLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Arico FLearning Gain and Confidence Gain Through Peer-instruction: the role of pedagogical designLearning, Teaching & Assessment
McDermott PA Methodology that Makes Self-Assessment an Implicit Part of the Answering Process – Preliminary ResultsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Wright TExploring Employability Gain: Findings from LEGACYLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Ingram N‘Talent-spotting’ or ‘social magic’? Inequality, cultural sorting and constructions of the ideal graduate in elite professionsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Vigurs KNarratives of increasing complexity and postponement in graduates’ employment transitionsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Scurry TExploring Institutional Habitus in the Development of Career Capital of GraduatesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Burke CUnderstanding your “place” in the market: self-regulation, self-doubt and social exclusion.Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Burke P-JInvestment in Time and Space: Anticipating the future of higher educationAccess and Widening Participation
Guccione KTeach early, teach often: mentoring and coaching as enablers of supervisory development in early career researchers.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Tong VRising to the Challenges of Research-Based EducationStudent Experience
Clark LResearch-based Education: Transforming staff and students through praxisStudent Experience
Standen AWhere teaching meets research: Engaging graduate teaching assistants in research-based educationStudent Experience
Sotiriou AInvestigating student perceptions of student–staff partnershipStudent Experience
Marie JParticipant Experiences of Students Reviewing Teaching PracticeStudent Experience
Marie JWhat can research-based education and student partnership practitioners learn from each other?Student Experience
Lee CInternational branch campus students’ perceptions of their experience and employabilityEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Eccles SFrom Belonging to Becoming: 1st year Udergraduate Students’ ReflectionsAccess and Widening Participation
Stanistreet DWidening Participation through acceptance of applicants with nontraditional entry qualifications - The BTEC dilemmaAccess and Widening Participation
Lamoureux SBuilding confidence in students’ HE & FE choices: impact of a two-day immersive university experienceAccess and Widening Participation
Hope J‘Cutting Rough Diamonds’: the transition experiences of First Generation Students in Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Miruka C OThe crisis in Kenya’s public universities: disjuncture and fracture in missionManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Atherton GEquitable Access to Higher Education in Malaysia: Challenges and SolutionsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Griffioen DThe role of national policies in ensuring that higher education produces knowledgeable professionals: A comparative studyManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Cownie FEntitlement in HE: student and academic perspectives.Student Experience
Trudeau SThe Exploration of College Campus TraditionsInternational Perspectives & Context
Gilbert AIs employability consuming the graduate attribute agenda?Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Harvey LLearning on the boundary: Developing Dramatic Enquiry for intercultural educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Smith CCase studies of HE tutors exploring teaching excellence and digital fluencyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cotronei-Baird VIntegrating employability skills in the university curriculum: Setting a research agenda that responds to stakeholders’ expectationEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Waller RWho are ‘WE’?: Exploring the construction of the student identity at a post-1992 universityStudent Experience
Rose A-LInternational Academic Staff Mobility: The Challenges of Attracting and Retaining Academic Talent in Central and Eastern European Higher Education SystemsInternational Perspectives & Context
Henderson EA PhD in motion: Expected and unexpected processes and outcomes of shortterm academic mobility schemes for doctoral studentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Sautier M“Leave and Come Back, Maybe”: Mobile Scientists On Their Way To The Promised LandAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Pustelnikovaite T“Always facing the wind”? The working lives of foreign-born scholars in British academiaAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kim TTicking the ‘Other’ Box: Positional identities of East Asian academics in UK universities internationalisation and diversificationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Tzanakou CIm(mobility) Stories of Greek PhD graduates: ‘should I stay or should I go’?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Harrison NRoutes into and through higher education for care leavers in EnglandAccess and Widening Participation
Masehela LMy background, my obstacle! The rising challenge of university access for students from low-income families in South AfricaAccess and Widening Participation
Leahy RStructures in Higher Education that Support Industry EngagementAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kloet EBeneath the surface, the influence of archetypes in an educational change programmeHigher Education Policy
Bovill CDecision making in co-created learning and teaching: responding to calls to BYOS (Bring your own student)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
MCGhie LExploring lecturer identity in college-based Higher EducationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kinchin IPedagogic Frailty: A lens to support professional development of senior academicsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Dent SShould I stay or should I go? – An exploration of student demand for greater mobility through credit transferHigher Education Policy
Finn KSnowflakes and Smashed Avocados: Exploring the Contradictory Representations of the Higher Education Generation in times of Political Crisis and ChangeStudent Experience
Abrahams J‘There’s a lot of us, if we wanted to make a difference we could’: Exploring undergraduate students’ understandings of themselves as ‘political actors’ in England and Ireland.Student Experience
Formby AFraming the ‘Graduate Transition’ in Times of Austerity and Political UpheavalStudent Experience
Ingram NCivic participation among UK university graduates: exploring the influences of class, gender and type of employmentStudent Experience
Smit RPaper 1: The nature of the epistemic differences between chemistry knowledge and knowledge in chemical engineeringLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Blackie MPaper 2: Engaging with debates on curriculum reform: The case of Chemistry Understanding Knowledge, Curriculum and Student Agency (UK-SA) in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (Ashwin)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Ashwin PPaper 3: First-year Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Students’ Relations to KnowledgeLearning, Teaching & Assessment
McArthur JPaper 4: The role of assessment in shaping knowledge engagementLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Komljenovic JPaper 5: Employability aspirations of first year students of chemistry and chemical engineeringLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Clark L‘Transformative Intellectuals’: Exploring qualities of critical pedagoguesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Clements AGraduate employability in students of Black and minority ethnic (BME) background: A mixed-methods approachEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Zacharias NBuilding capacity and partnerships for evaluations of widening participation activitiesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Lu SUniversity Ranking, Hukou System, College Geography and College Policies: Factors of Affecting Students' Social Capital—Based on A Study of Chinese Eleven CollegesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Morgan MIndividual perceptions of advantage and disadvantage in accessing, undertaking and progressing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Postgraduate Taught studyAccess and Widening Participation
Hutchings CAn analysis of migrating identities in students returning to postgraduate studiesAccess and Widening Participation
Szadkowski KBeyond Public-Private Dichotomy. Non-dualistic approach to study higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Heard-Laureote KNetwork formation in Higher Education: Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) as network entrepreneurs.Higher Education Policy
Lewthwaite SThe pedagogy of social science research methods: a textbook caseLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Ahmed NIntegral coaching for academics: evaluation of an interventionAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Beaton FProfessional development for part-time teachers in challenging times.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Medland E“I’m an assessment illiterate”: Investigating the assessment literacy of external examinersLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Cooper TSpecialist courses: social need, employers’ expectations, student demand and universities’ interests–some conundrumsHigher Education Policy
Baughan PDilemmas and debates in incorporating sustainability in teaching and curricula: can phenomenography cast light on the challenges involved?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Cleveland RA hard look at soft skill developmentEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mullen EEnhancing student employability: reconsidering innovations in integrating employability and skills development into our curriculumEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Ye HThe Development of Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystem in Chinese Research Universities: A Case StudyEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Pitkin CTransitions from Higher Education: access, support and decision-makingEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Stecker-Doxat NStudents’ perceptions and motivations for studying an undergraduate degree in the HumanitiesStudent Experience
Dakka FA Rhythmic Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Space, Time and Affect.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Atherton GAdmissions to Higher Education In Europe: Developing the Holistic ModelAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Belluigi D ZAn analytical framework to untangle interpretative approaches in assessmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Burg DThe rise and rise of the journal paper: intergenerational changes in research and publication patterns among higher education researchersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Elwick ADo universities embody the values they espouse?Higher Education Policy
Shady EQualitative Assessment of Critical Thinking in Egyptian UniversitiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Rolfe VExploring textbook use and culture with Higher Education staff and studentsDigital University
Leigh JEmbodied Perspectives on Research in Higher EducationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Woodhouse JAn investigation into student teacher mothers’ perceptions of their experiencesStudent Experience
Bovill HBystander intervention: Gender based sexual coercion and domestic violence and abuse, its impact on higher education students and the strategies to manage this.Student Experience
Hoskins KHigher education provision and access for early years educators: localised challenges arising from national policyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Smedley SEarly years practitioners’ understandings of professionalism: where do qualifications, theory and practice fit in?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Soubes SPostdoctoral researcher development in the sciences: a Bourdieusian analysisAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Parker JChallenging the Liberal Arts: Undergraduate Education in the United States and United KingdomInternational Perspectives & Context
Khodary YAssessing the Effectiveness of Political Science Higher Education in EgyptLearning, Teaching & Assessment
O'Connell CMetricisation of English Higher Education: Academics’ perspectives on impact of teaching and research metrics on professional practiceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Countinho IDoctoral supervision –student´s perceptions about practices and monitoringAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hill GChanging Supervisory Practices - a case for transformative inquiry.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Davies RComplexity theory and higher education: model, metaphor and meme?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Carpentier VHistorical trajectories of expansion and institutional differentiation in higher education in the UK, USA and FranceHigher Education Policy
Charlton HUnderstanding part-time postgraduate student experience in the context of landscapes of practice – the experiences of Human Resource Management practitioners engaged in concurrent studyStudent Experience
Morgan MManaging and balancing the experience of applicants, students and employers at Masters level through understanding their expectations- the findings from an 11 University HEFCE funded projectStudent Experience
Bridges SCollaboration, connection and cosmopolitanism: promoting intercultural understanding through group workInternational Perspectives & Context
McDuff NInclusive principles into inclusive practice: introducing an institutional Inclusive Curriculum Framework in Higher EducationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Donovan CStakeholder Perspectives on the Pubic Value of University-industry Teaching Collaborations: A case study of the MSc in Structural Integrity co-produced by Brunel University London and The Welding InstituteEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Liu JShaped by global and local dynamics: Evolving themes, paradigms and academic “tribes” in higher education research in ChinaInternational Perspectives & Context
McCowan TIntercultural universities in Mexico and their impact on the Sustainable Development GoalsInternational Perspectives & Context
Kapinga-Mutatayi MInterrelationships between students’ approaches to learning, perceptions of learning environments and academic performance in an African contextStudent Experience
McGrory MFollowing the Bologna Process, did the introduction of the BA/MA degrees in teacher training in German Higher Education impact on grade development?International Perspectives & Context
Reimann NThe potential of intercultural reflection for enhancing teaching and internationalising academic developmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
O'Leary MLearning about learning and teaching through collaborative observationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Zacharias NInstitutional responses to the Australian student equity program: the importance of strategic intentHigher Education Policy
Spacey R“What I think it means to me”: university students’ expectations and understanding of 'the student experience'Student Experience
Omingo MPedagogies for Critical Thinking in Universities in KenyaInternational Perspectives & Context
Jones R‘If you pass the baton to them, they will take more care of it’: Some reflections on safely transferring learning control to degree students to improve the student learning experience.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Lee CInternational branch campus students’ perceptions of what ‘developing employability’ isEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Tannock SThe Fragmentation of Equality in the Internationalised UniversityInternational Perspectives & Context
Bovill HMind the gap: The role of emotions in the exchange of higher education qualifications into economic capital for teaching assistants on education related foundation degrees.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Abdul Kadir NSubstantive and symbolic management in university strategy (0207)International Perspectives & Context
Abrahams JOption blocks that block options: higher education aspirations and opportunity structures in secondary schools in England (0256)Access and Widening Participation
Adriansen HThe power of knowledge in collaborative projects across North and South: empowerment or epistemological dependency? (0160)International Perspectives & Context
Agasisti TAssessing the performance of Massive Online Open Courses: does strategy matter? An empirical case study of POK (PoliMi Open Knowledge) experience, 2014/15 (0238)Digital University
Alexander JImpact of clinical education on employablity (0092)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Allen JPaper proposal for SRHE Annual Research Conference 2016Higher Education Policy
Aloisi CThe stability of undergraduate student trajectories across cohorts and programmes of study: evidence of excessive policy constraints in academic practices? (0076)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Alsford SEnhancing pedagogical knowledge and practice: staff development for and with international partners (0023)International Perspectives & Context
Amici-Dargan SStudent experiences of cross-institutional collaborative learning (0263)Student Experience
Anchor JAre University Degrees Value for Money? Business School Students’ Earnings Expectations (0266)Higher Education Policy
Anderson DMeeting the challenge of Business School accreditation with pedagogic research (0178)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Annala JCurriculum Change and Scholars’ Changing Agency (0109)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Arico FLearning Gain and Confidence Gain as Metrics for Pedagogical Effectiveness: an empirical assessment within an active learning large-classroom environment (0297)Student Experience
Asghar MBuilding relationships and reputation through professional dialogue (0202)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ashford-Rowe KTelling Stories of Excellence in University Teaching: developing a framework for exceptional teaching performance/practice.' (0013)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Ashwin PStudents’ experiences of South African undergraduate higher education (0255)International Perspectives & Context
Ashwin PIntegrating the pathways to personal and public good in South African undergraduate higher education (0261)International Perspectives & Context
Ashwin PConnections between the global-national-local in curriculum, teaching and learning in HE (0153)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Atherton GDrawing the Global Access Map: How access to higher education differs across the world (0056)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bailey MThe Employability Factor: Coaching for success (0204)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Baldwin JQuality assurance processes and creativity in teaching and learning: lessons from the creative industries (0294)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Bathmaker A-MSeeking distinction and addressing inequalities: a critical policy analysis of new times for college-based higher education in England (0210)Higher Education Policy
Bayne SThe Code Spaces of Higher Education (0219)Digital University
Beaton FWho pays the piper? Who calls the tune? Implications of policy for the future academic workforce. (0249)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Behle HMeasuring Learning Gain (0221)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Behle HMeasuring Employability in Learning Gain (0239)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Behle HAre non-graduate jobs stepping-stones into more skill-appropriate positions? Graduates in nongraduates roles (0081)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Bengsten SIs ‘friendship’ educationally relevant in doctoral pedagogy? - A study into the personal and social relation between doctoral supervisors and students and its
effect on possible learning outcomes during the PhD (0020)
Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Bengtsen SThe ‘torn curriculum’ in globalised doctoral education (0155)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bennett LCritical evaluation of the features on one student dashboard (0034)Digital University
Berger BAfghanistan higher education: An ecological approach to capacity development (0194)International Perspectives & Context
Bhatt IChallenging methods for Literacy research: reflections from a project on academics’ writing (0163)Digital University
Bhopal KBlack and Minoirty Ethnic leaders: support networks and strategies for success in higher education (0018)Higher Education Policy
Birdi GThe pervasive problem of the Higher Education BME performance gap: reflections on prior experience, policy and placements. (0058)Access and Widening Participation
Bloch REmerging stratifications in German higher education? How universities transform extra teaching faculty into a surplus in quality (0212)Higher Education Policy
Boehm CDeveloping Employability Skills: A Dragon Den for Music Students (0033)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Boehm CAn educational framework for acquiring skills and competencies for multiprofessional work between arts and social care (0031)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Bovill CMaking time for 'Freedom to learn' in higher education (0139)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Bovill HTransforming lives on the foundation degree and beyond: exploring the complexities of postgraduate professional and career decisions. (0083)Student Experience
Branch-Mueller JePortfolios in Higher Education: The University of Alberta experience (0068)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Brew AFreedom and control in teaching decisions within global higher education (0131)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bridges SIntegrating Academic, Professional and Personal Learning through Multicultural Group Work (0063)International Perspectives & Context
Brooks RConstructing the Higher Education Student in Europe (0014)International Perspectives & Context
Bryan BWhat is the value of a doctoral degree? Exploring perceptions of personal value gained from doctoral study in the context of the UK knowledge economy. (0235)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Brynin MHigher education: too risky a decision? (0339)Access and Widening Participation
Budd RTriangulating perspectives on doctoral funding policies in the social sciences (0293)Student Experience
Burg DWomen professors as intellectual leaders (0157)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Burke CHabitus, Capitals and Field: a Bourdieusian framework for understanding transitions into higher education. (0135)Access and Widening Participation
Burke P-JIt’s About Time: working towards better understandings of unequal temporal resources and the impact of time for students in higher education (0073)Access and Widening Participation
Byrom TSplit Habitus and Othering : first generation students, habitus transformation and higher education (0301)Access and Widening Participation
Byrom TCollaboration Matters: student mobility, schools and higher education international partnerships (0286)International Perspectives & Context
Cameron ATracking career destinations of sports graduates 2000-2015 – a longitudinal exploration of destinations and preparedness for the workplace (0228)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Carpentier VHigher education socio-economic crises: lessons from 1929, 1973 and 2008 (0329)Higher Education Policy
Carruthers-Thomas KGenders at Work: Space and Narrative (0326)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cartwright NWhose knowledge counts and what counts as knowledge? Educational policy and student identities. (0121)Student Experience
Carvalho CFor Profit Higher Education in Brazil: Paths towards Oligopolisation and Financialisation (0287)Higher Education Policy
Case JExamining the post-graduation trajectories of young South Africans: A critical review of the literature on graduate destinations (0259)International Perspectives & Context
Case JSocial mobility and higher education: Emerging insights from a study of South African young people (0057)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Celinska CInternationalised Higher Education: A Mandate for Multicultural Training? (0016)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Celinska DStudent Perspectives on Learning in Internationalised Courses: What Makes a Difference? (0017)Student Experience
Cheng MThe Impact of Curriculum Internationalisation: Perspectives of Academics and Students (0003)Student Experience
Christensen MAcademic Work Engagement, Resources and Productivity: Implications for Intervention Policies (0184)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Christidis AUnderstanding International Students’ Learning Needs and Improving Student Experience in an Increasingly Multicultural Context (0283)Student Experience
Cini LStudent Protests in Neoliberal Times: A Global Overview (0046)International Perspectives & Context
Clark JIdeology and the Economic Subject: The Role of the Entrepreneur within Conservatoire Education (0321)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Clegg STemporal realities in higher education: different conceptualisations of the future (0061)Access and Widening Participation
Cooper NHow fish out of water finally steps into the kitchen: Strategies to foster a sense of belonging at university drawn from a narrative analysis of student stories. (0271)Access and Widening Participation
Cooper TFreedom and control: the implications of student demand-driven university funding in Australia for student choice: a case study of Australian social professions. (0118)Higher Education Policy
Cownie FThe gratitude-engagement cycle (0011)Student Experience
Crofts MThe Impact of the Formal Equality Stance on Institutional Processes and Legal Compliance in Higher Education. (0134)Higher Education Policy
Crofts MThe Impact of Empowerment in Teaching and Learning and Innovative Assessment. (0125)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Cunningham CAcademics’ conceptualisations of their own power and agency in relation to supporting culturally diverse students (0191)International Perspectives & Context
Cunningham CCaged (Educational) birds: a hybrid metaphorical enquiry (0322)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Curtis WEmployability in Education Studies (0053)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Cutright MRecovery from terrorism: Testimony from survivors of Garissa and lessons learned for supporting resilience (0289)International Perspectives & Context
Dann ZLeading the entrepreneurial curriculum: Paradoxes, tensions and entrepreneurial action (0315)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Davis CWorking with student researchers to understand more about student experience: potentials and challenges (0064)Student Experience
Day ICharacteristics of intermediate assessment and student results: A literature review (0112)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Deem ROrganising Academic Work and the English Teaching Excellence Framework (0225)International Perspectives & Context
Dennis JLessons learned from self-determination theory for improving the first year student experience. (0065)Student Experience
Dent SThe Case for Recognition in Participation as well as Access; Widening Participation for Students Who Care for Children (0327)Access and Widening Participation
Dowle SGetting there on time: Understanding what leads to timely submission of PhD theses (0114)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Drumm LFreeing or controlling pedagogies? A rhizomatic view of theory underpinning teaching with technology (0116)Digital University
Dyer SDanger! Quicksand. The experiences of teaching-only academics in UK Higher Education (0234)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Enrique-Gibson JRhythms of Academic Mobility (0103)International Perspectives & Context
Enriquez-Gibson JDocument-speak: what module guides, grids and marking criteria have to say about assessment practices (0129)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Ese JThe Emptiness of Quality: A comparative discourse analysis of two reforms in Norwegian Higher Education (0166)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Evans CHigher Education and Civil Society: Exploring the role of higher education in individuals' engagement with civil society. (0035)Access and Widening Participation
Fakunle OThe employability of international masters-level student matters (0342)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Filery-Travis ASupervising the Modern Doctorate – a Pan-European Study (0038)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Filippakou OExploring the Paradigms of Higher Education Research: Emerging Research Discourses in China and the UK (0270)International Perspectives & Context
Finn KRe-thinking student geographies: Going beyond the im/mobility dualism in HE research (0217)Student Experience
Fiserova JImpact of a professional doctorate on candidates’ practice and professional development (0310)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Flint ADefining student engagement in practice: individual understandings and motivations (0036)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Floyd AInvestigating the PDR process in a UK university: continuing professional development or performativity? (0180)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Floyd SDialogue as an institutional change agent (0211)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fransman JFreedom and Control in Response to the ‘Impact Agenda’: a systematic review of understandings of ‘research engagement’ in the UK (0343)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fung DCurriculum change as institutional story: lessons from contrasting narratives (0054)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gartland CSupporting transition to HE: stratifications and strategies in the post 16 sector (0258)Access and Widening Participation
Gilder EWhere/Who Am I? The Self-Construing of an Expatriate Academic Acting across Global Boundaries of Function, Role, and Places (0240)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gough MAcademic freedom and forms of autonomy (0124)Higher Education Policy
Gourlay LThe ‘learnification’ of student engagement. (0332)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Griffioen DStrategizing Beyond Educational Inadequacy In Connecting Research And Teaching: An Institutional Approach (0082)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Guccione KTrust Me! Building and breaking professional trust in doctoral student-supervisor relationships. (0279)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Gunn VWhat Art School Education might tell us about ambiguity and agency in Higher Education student learning (work in progress) (0320)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Guzman-Valenzuela CChilean student movement: agentic responses to the neoliberalization of higher education (0010)International Perspectives & Context
Han STransforming into a Global University—A Case Study of Tsinghua University of China (0325)International Perspectives & Context
Handforth RThe Doctorate: A Gendered Experience? (0012)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Handforth RLetters to Future Selves: Exploring how women doctoral students visualise their futures (0242)Access and Widening Participation
Hands VBenchmarking Sustainability Research: A methodology for reviewing sustainable development research in Universities (0303)Access and Widening Participation
Hargreaves CDoctoral Researchers' well-being: integrating support (0117)Student Experience
Harris-Huemmert SChanging Forms of Governance in German Higher Education (0229)International Perspectives & Context
Harrison NStudent choices under uncertainty: applying Simon’s concept of bounded rationality (0069)Access and Widening Participation
Hawkes DExploiting Social Networks as a Tool to Improve Student Learning and Employment Opportunities:
Evidence from a range of Masters Degrees (0246)
Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Haywood HParents' Experiences of HE Choice (0048)Access and Widening Participation
Helland EJob autonomy in higher education, a mediator between empowering leadership and engagement (0174)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Henderson EThe unreliable omniscient narrator: Challenges of writing and being in autoethnographic higher education research (0248)Access and Widening Participation
Henderson HThinking about the future: Potential sociologies of Higher Educations students’ possible selves (0074)Access and Widening Participation
Henderson HSpatial narratives: The problem and potential of the spatial in narrative Higher Education research (0245)Access and Widening Participation
Hensby ACampaigning for a Movement: Collective Identity and Student Solidarity in the 2010/11 UK Protests against Fees and Cuts (0037)International Perspectives & Context
Higdon RNegotiating boundaries and borders: transformative pedagogies on a PGCertHE. (0088)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hinchliffe GThe rationalisation of education (0052)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hoelscher MComparing German and British Governance with the Governance-Equalizer: An empirical trial (0232)International Perspectives & Context
Hope J‘I want something better for my children’. A study of the ‘experimental capital’ of First generation mature students in HE (0050)Student Experience
Hope JDoing It Right When Someone Is Looking: Neoliberalism and Quality Assurance in UK Higher Education (0080)International Perspectives & Context
Hopkins SThe benefits for postgraduate mentors of the mentoring process. (0102)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Hosein A“It should be the same!?!” – An Unexpected Disparity in Teaching between Post-Colonial British and UK Educational Systems (0176)International Perspectives & Context
Hoult SAspiring to a postcolonial engagement with the Other: an investigation into postgraduate students’ ‘colonial signatures’ from their intercultural experiences during a university-led South Indian study visit to Keralan higher education institutions (0136)International Perspectives & Context
Huang RChinese International Students’ Perspective on Employability --- A qualitative study (0171)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hughes APrinciples into practice: the inclusive curriculum (0318)Access and Widening Participation
Hughes CLearning Gain for Private or Public Benefit? Reviewing University Responses (0209)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Huisman BThe influence of peer feedback on students’ academic writing: A meta-analysis (0106)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hutchings MLearning and Not Learning from policy and practice: widening participation and organisational learning (0311)Access and Widening Participation
Ilie SUnderstanding unequal pathways towards higher education in a developing context: focusing on access and learning (0307)Access and Widening Participation
Ilie SDefining learning gain in higher education – exploring the student perspective (0230)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Isaac STeamwork Self-Efficacy and Gender in Engineering Students: A study on differences in group dynamics and their sources (0278)Student Experience
Isaac SEpistemic cognition and in-class activities of engineering students (0274)Student Experience
Johnson MIntersubjectivity and Teaching: Analysing constraint in online and face-to-face engagement through the cybernetic lens of Ross Ashby (0314)Digital University
Jones C EThe Impact of Postgraduate Management Education on Students’ Perceptions of Employability. (0241)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Kandiko-Howson CMeasuring learning gain (0333)Student Experience
Karim MImpact of Short Video Case (SVC) on the Attendance of Students in Business School (0337)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kim TPurity and danger in university governance: a comparative analysis of autonomy and control in higher education (0260)International Perspectives & Context
Kofinas ADis-Engaging with Gamification in Higher Education (0143)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kolokitha M‘Freelance academics’ and the dream of ‘permanent’ position (0309)Higher Education Policy
Kum HThe ‘New’ Professional Emigrant: Complexities and cultural challenges of Cross Border transitions as a university lecturer from Cameroon to Scotland and
England. (0101)
International Perspectives & Context
Lamoureax SBreaking silos: Improving the recruitment and admission experience of international students (0181)International Perspectives & Context
Lavigne EPaths to the Canadian Deanship: A Study of Canadian Universities’ Appointment Announcements (0071)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Lee GInstitutional Autonomy vs State Control: Dual Sector Universities in British Columbia Canada (0312)Higher Education Policy
Lees RStudent Conceptions of Employability: a phenomenographic study of placement vs non-placement business students (0267)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Leisyte LShifting Governance Arrangements and Protected Spaces in Universities (0216)International Perspectives & Context
Lewitt MDeveloping professional identity in biomedical science: Face-to-face marking of an assignment as a “space of influence”Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lindvig KHow do PhD-students become academics through interdisciplinary research projects? (0167)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Listau KWork engagement: A double-edged sword? A study on the relationship between work engagement and the work-home interaction (0185)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Liu XInstitutional governance of private universities in China - a comparative analysis of three universities (0019)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Liu YWhen Choices Become Chances: Extending Boudon’s Positional Theory to Understand University Choices in Contemporary China (0005)International Perspectives & Context
Locke WLiving with the world rankings: How ‘aspirational’ universities negotiate status anxiety within increasingly competitive environments (0049)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Locke WThe implications of a changing academic workforce for the university as a critical institution (0047)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Locke WAcademic work and careers in local, national and global contexts (0159)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lomer SInternational students in UK national policy: quality, consumers and Other (0084)Higher Education Policy
Losse MRebalancing teaching and research by boundary crossing action research in an institutional learning community (0087)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Macfarlane BHigher education research as an accidental career: the pathfinder and pathshaper generations (0173)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Macfarlane BThe student protest movement in Hong Kong: understanding the strawberry generation (0066)International Perspectives & Context
Macfarlane KSupporting Equality of Access to Higher Education in Scotland: Access and Transition Through Immersion in Higher Education for Advanced Higher Pupils (0223)Access and Widening Participation
Madsen LStudents experience of an interdisciplinary science study programme: negotiations of belonging (0205)Student Experience
Malcolm IAn Alternative Vision: Tracing Education Improvement Practices (0126)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Marini GThe trajectory of Republic of Ireland higher education system. Past and forward-looking policies. (0170)Higher Education Policy
McCaig CModelling the English higher education market: policy, perception and reality. (0028)Higher Education Policy
McDuff NTackling the BME attainment gap – the policy and research context (0316)Access and Widening Participation
McGhie LHidden freedom for lecturers in Higher Education sector margins: finding autonomy and working on ways to keep it (0227)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McKenna C‘I take a critical stance but I feel my role is about compliance’: Academic development, criticality and compliance (0186)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mewburn IWhat do non academic employers want? A critical examination of ‘PhD shaped' job advertisements for doctoral employability (0097)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Meyer SThree’s a crowd - Does including an employer in the learning relationship affect learner freedom (0187)Access and Widening Participation
Mimirinis MVariation in academics’ conceptions of e-assessment (0328)Digital University
Mindano GWhat does ‘student voice’ mean to students and does anyone listen to it? (0059)Student Experience
Mittelmeier JCross-cultural collaborations in higher education: Anticipated versus realised teacher roles in dissolving group work tensions (0079)Student Experience
Mitterle AInternationality with German characteristics On the relationship of stratification and internationality in German higher education (0220)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Mitton LBringing the BTEC into the inclusivity agenda (0291)Access and Widening Participation
Montano SExploring Freedom and Control in TNE practice: Reflections on the Lived Degree and Placement Experience. (0296)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Moreau MNow you see me, now you don’t: Gendered regimes of care in academia (0226)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mullen EExploring the processual nature of Human Resources Graduate Employability (HRGE): a line manager perspective (0302)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mullen MIntercultural Capability- Exploring First Year HE Students’ Reflections on and Expectations of their
Higher Education Experience (0150)
Student Experience
Muneer R“I feel like I've got a finger in the University, whereas everybody else has got their whole body in it”: Lone parents’ experiences of Higher Education (0177)Student Experience
Munoz-Garcia ATracing of a wasp: Rhizomatic Knowledge in the process of International Academic Mobility (0132)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Murphy AAct One, Scene One: using narrative as theatre to illuminate the possible selves of healthcare students with dyslexia in Higher Education. (0247)Access and Widening Participation
Nielsen GValuing public welfare: on student politics as representation, mobilization and prefiguration (0122)International Perspectives & Context
Nordin NMeeting the Challenge: Early career development of academic staff in Malaysian universities (0043)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Nørgård RPlayful teaching between freedom and control: exploring the magic circle in higher education (0175)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Nørgård RGlobal-local belongings in higher education at digital-tangible campuses beyond the ephemeral sky (0161)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
O'Shea SRethinking tensions and freedoms in the higher education environment: Exploring the capabilities and capitals of first-in-family learners (0151)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Oliver MSelf-control? Students’ quantified self in the digital university (0334)Digital University
Omar SEmpirical evidence on the impact of tuition fees on students’ satisfaction, value, service quality and recommendation (0041)Student Experience
Orr KCollege-based Higher Education in England: Who is it for? What is it for? (0304)Higher Education Policy
Orr SKnowing, not knowing and the unknown. Ambiguity and the locus of knowledge and power in student – tutor relations. (0323)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Osmon NImproving Transition from School and College to University (0306)Higher Education Policy
Pappafilippou VPathways to social mobility through investment in the future (0094)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Persson MDecision-logics in the pre-merger phase of an attempted higher education merger (0055)Higher Education Policy
Peseta TBeyond bolt on: re-imagining teaching development for the Australian PhD (0237)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Petric BInternational master’s students’ experiences of freedom and control in their dissertation journeys (0213)Student Experience
Pilkington REnabling academic practice through dialogic space (0172)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Pitan OInstitutional Employability Development Opportunities and Undergraduates’ Enhanced Employability (0022)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Price HConstructions of Higher Education Quality Assurance in Chile: “learning to play the game” (0189)Higher Education Policy
Priego-Hernandez JUndergraduate research assistantship as a means of integrating research and teaching: A participatory institutional case study (0070)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Quinlan KEmotion and moral concerns in university academics: an exploratory study of 66 case studies of teacher experiences (0145)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Raaper R‘Peacekeepers’ and ‘Machine Factories’: a Foucauldian Exploration of Graduate Teaching Assistant Subjectivity in a Neoliberalised University (0025)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Race RExploring Freedom and Control Relating to Postgraduate Students in Higher Education (0273)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Ragupathi KFreedom and Control in a Gradeless Learning Environment (0044)Higher Education Policy
Rao NBarriers in providing quality learning and teaching information on university websites to prospective students (0099)International Perspectives & Context
Read BLeaving the academy: perceptions, fears, and hopes around ‘unbecoming’ a student and academic (0324)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Reynolds PSuper Higher Education: The role of academics in comic books, 1938-2015. (0277)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rizvi SPredicting Higher Education MOOCs Engagement-Level Odds; A Stochastic Approach (0098)Digital University
Roberts DMultimedia Learning and the use of images in lectures - evidence from a three year trial across 9 academic disciplines (0001)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Robson SInternationalisation of higher education: a north-south dialogue on internationalisation at home (0280)International Perspectives & Context
Rogaten JMultilevel Modelling of Learning Gains: The Impact of Module Particulars on Students’ Learning in Higher Education. (0215)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Ross FLeadership in university merger and collaboration (0120)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Ross FLiberating knowledge or curtailing academic freedoms? The story of a deep dive into impact of REF case studies in Leadership Governance and Management (0119)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Russell DCommuting, Working, Attending and Performing: The changing route to academic attainment and progression during the first year (0243)Student Experience
Ryder AAn investigation into the dialectic of Academic Teaching Identity: Some preliminary findings (0144)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Schcherbenok ATransforming Core Processes in Russian Research Universities: Formats, Concepts and the Loose Couplings (0338)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Schofield CStudent experiences of lecturer research in different higher education settings (0142)Student Experience
Schofield CDegrees of Freedom Revisited: Factors affecting Foundation degree students’ choice of top-up (0051)International Perspectives & Context
Shahjahan RThe OECD and the Colonial Geopolitics of Knowledge (0165)International Perspectives & Context
Shepherd SAppointing for Diversity: Can 'Old' Universities Learn From the Experience of the 'New'? (0218)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Siesling MThe Rise of the Blended Professional in Academia (0295)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Silberfiled CGraduates’ perspectives on their Early Childhood Studies programmes and employment opportunities (0026)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Skead MFreedom to learn: experiences of a formal course for academic developers (0236)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Smedley JACTION: Africa Collaboration to Innovate Online (0275)International Perspectives & Context
Smith JDoctoral students’ perceptions of how their sustained engagement in peer review impacted on their development as academic writers (0008)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Smith KExploring partnership in higher education: policy constructs, staff and student understandings, and the interference of everyday meanings (0148)Higher Education Policy
Smith SLearning for the Workplace: Exploring professional identity in search of meaningful alternatives to student work placement (0128)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Southall JMeeting the challenge of Business School accreditation with pedagogic research (0178)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Spacey RMaking sense of the student experience: searching for meaning in an overused term (0113)Student Experience
Spencer MThe language of learning in higher education: a study in re-imagining teaching excellence in policy documents from Robbins to Johnson. (0130)Higher Education Policy
Stevenson JThe temporal orientations of adult learners: past, present and future possible selves (0062)Access and Widening Participation
Stevenson JThe weight of stories: on the problematic nature of using narrative in research (0250)Access and Widening Participation
Sylvester CRe-inventing the Wheel: Using Kolb's Learning Cycle and Dewey's Model of Reflective Thought to
Classify Experiential Learning in the Law curriculum (0299)
Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Tatum JUsing Value Added Data to create institutional awareness and engagement with the BME attainment
gap (0317)
Access and Widening Participation
Taylor LEnhancing learning using authentic artefacts (0319)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Thingholm HStudy transparency through meta-communication (0141)Student Experience
Thompson RUnderstanding class-based inequalities in education: rational action theories of educational decision making (0140)Access and Widening Participation
Timmis SFor now we see through a glass, darkly – critical perspectives on the rise of learning analytics in higher education (0331)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Tolstrup Holmegaard HThe cultural production of master students’ career narratives, study strategies and future selves (0085)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Townsend MEmployees’ experiences from a participative organizational health intervention. (0208)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Ulriksen LStudents’ time budget practices: This was the time of our lives (0115)Student Experience
Ursin JWhat Are Finnish Higher Education Graduates Able to Do? Competences in Literacy, Numeracy and Problem Solving in Technology-Rich Environments (0104)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Vanrham SStudent voice in Australian University decision-making: From misrecognition to a systemic model (0188)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Varga-Atkins TCritical perspectives on social media in the international classroom (0095)International Perspectives & Context
Vaughan STroubling conversations around research supervision: what do supervisors bring to and want from supervisor development? (0224)Postgraduate Scholarship and Practice
Veltman MUnravelling design principles for open-ended problem solving through boundary crossing in higher professional education (0147)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Vereijken MNovice supervisors’ research supervision pedagogies and dilemmas in undergraduate research projects. (0105)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Vigurs KHigher Fees, Higher Debts: Greater Expectations of Graduate Futures? (0096)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Waite KHigher Education Curriculum as Utopian Disruption – A provocation (0193)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Walker MInvestigating university access to South African undergraduate higher education (0251)International Perspectives & Context
Walker MThe public good of higher education and the contemporary decolonial turn in South Africa (0154)Higher Education Policy
Walkington HSalient practices of award winning undergraduate research mentors – excellence, freedom and control. (0272)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Waller RDegrees of gendered distinction: Working class male under/graduates and their complex negotiations of masculinity (0265)Student Experience
Waller RGendered and classed graduate transitions to work: How the unequal playing field is constructed, maintained and experienced (0231)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wason HMoving from Confidence to Competence in Critical Thinking Skills (0110)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wegner AResearch conditions, and nothing else matters? - International researcher’s rationales for choosing host institutions (0168)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Welikala TConfronting double strangeness of being female and being international academic: Autoethnography as an emancipatory methodological approach. (0341)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wilson CSetting students and academics free to engage: what do we need to do? (0336)Student Experience
Wilson RWhat does a satisfied student look like? Visual representations of satisfied students in Business and Management (0292)Student Experience
Wilson-Strydom MWidening access with success: Using the capabilities approach to confront injustices (0340)Access and Widening Participation
Wisker GOut to grass or in the shed? How ‘later career researchers’ contribute to the research culture. (0285)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wood WWhat makes an excellent lecturer? Academics' perspectives on the discourse of 'teaching excellence' in higher education (0199)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Xu CThe ‘free self’: A comparative study of bi-directional migration trajectories of students from mainland China and Hong Kong (0179)Higher Education Policy
Ylijoki ONavigating temporal dilemmas in academic work (0075)Access and Widening Participation
Abba TProcess isn’t everything. Toward a new practice. (0323)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Abbas AConvergent policies and differentiated conetxts: developing an understanding of employability through the disciplinary lenses of students and academics in taught STEM postgraduate programmes. (0281)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Ahola SThe Nordic model of higher education contested (0310)Higher Education Policy
Alemany-osta JThe challenge of entering into the international traineeships network for a South European university (0360)International Perspectives & Context
Alharthi IA Stakeholder Perspective on the Reputation of Business Schools in Saudi Arabia (0094)International Perspectives & Context
Allen SThe Curious World of Grade Grubbing in HE: Perspectives from Students and Academics (0188)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Altuwayjiri HThe Role of Heads of Department in Achieving Quality: A Case Study of a High-Ranking University in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (0036)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Anderson D“Tagging” the literature with the Thematic Analysis Grid: a tool to facilitate collaborative research (0287)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Anderson DSocial Capital: a framework for innovative learning and teaching? (0304)Student Experience
Anderson JAn autoethnographic conversation between colleagues across three different universities. An invitation to reflect on women in academia. (0274)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Andrews JHigher Education, Equality & Ethnicity: The Attainment Gap – What should we be doing? (0227)Student Experience
Annala JStudies on curriculum in higher education: a systematic review (0033)International Perspectives & Context
Antille MAction lines to support curricula in the implementation of a national qualification framework (0198)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Arico FCombining Self-Assessment and Peer-Instruction to Enhance Learning and Teaching Effectiveness (0361)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Armsby PThe future of knowledge generation (0175)International Perspectives & Context
Ashwin PExploring the limits of learning outcomes: the case of international comparisons (0279)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Bailey Wilson BBlack and Minority Ethnic Student Access to Doctoral Education: Lessons Learned from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (0325)Access and Widening Participation
Baldwin REducational policy implementation (0116)Higher Education Policy
Baptista AENGAGEMENT OF UNDERGRADUATES IN RESEARCH PROJECTS: Perceived benefits for students, academics and the HE institution (0318)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Baptista ABRINGING TEACHING AND RESEARCH TOGETHER AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL: Perceptions of Higher Education Academics (0349)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bathmaker AThe labour market transitions of recent graduates: narratives of classed experiences (0184)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Behle HReassessing the employment outcomes of higher education (0040)International Perspectives & Context
Behle HMobility of Irish educated Ph.D. graduates (0049)International Perspectives & Context
Bennett A‘One size does not fit all’: theorising the measurement of equity initiatives to deconstruct limited spatio-temporalities of purpose and impact (0072)Access and Widening Participation
Bennett LThe case for a curriculum development approach to developing students’ digital literacies. (0153)Digital University
Berggren CNational Mobility of University Entrants (0037)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Bhatt I‘Curation’ as a new direction in digital literacy theory (0024)Digital University
Blackmore PPrestige in universities: in tension with the efficiency and effectiveness agenda? (0115)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Boehm CEngaged Universities, Mode 3 Knowledge Production and Helix Systems for the Arts (0067)Higher Education Policy
Borup RCan a MOOC help me get a job? Reflections from an EU funded project on MOOCs and employability (0160)Digital University
Bozalek VTeaching, learning, and research: Diffracting the interviews of Vice Chancellors and Deputy Vice Chancellors of Teaching and Learning at South African Higher Education Institutions (0238)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Braband G‘From soft law to hard law’ – the creation of a European Arena of Higher Education and the foundation of the University of Luxembourg (0235)Higher Education Policy
Brahm TA comparison of non-traditional students’ transition processes into Swiss and English Higher Education (0243)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Brew AConvergence, divergence and the role of disciplinary contexts in engaging students in research-based experiences (0086)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Brew AAbsent research: academic artisans in the research university (0085)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bridges SConceptualising cosmopolitan values in internationalised higher education: A capabilities approach (0029)International Perspectives & Context
Brown JClosing the Research, Policy and Practice Gap? A reflective view. (0108)Higher Education Policy
Budd RImagining the National Institution: German and British students on the values associated with higher education. (0190)International Perspectives & Context
Burden KMobile technologies and dialogic pedagogies in Hong Kong and UK higher education (0373)International Perspectives & Context
Burg DInternational university partnerships: How the university shapes the partnership (0345)International Perspectives & Context
Burke C"I just focused on my studies":hysteresis of habitus and widening participation (0280)Access and Widening Participation
Burke PCapability, Belonging and Mis/recognition In Higher Education (0128)Access and Widening Participation
Butcher J‘Shoehorned and side-lined?’ Challenges for part-time learners in the new HE landscape (0378)Access and Widening Participation
Butcher JThe language of assessment: exploring best practice on Access modules to prepare tentative learners to succeed (0377)Access and Widening Participation
Byrom T‘Wishy-washy feedback doesn’t help anyone’: non-traditional students’ conceptualisation and understanding of feedback (0251)Access and Widening Participation
Cagliesi GIt Takes More than Money to Motivate Students into Masters Degrees: Evidence from the University of Greenwich Fast Forward Programme (0210)Access and Widening Participation
Callender CStudent debt, higher education participation, and intermediate skills development (0045)Higher Education Policy
Carless DExcellence in University Assessment: An impossible mission? (0019)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Carpentier VSpaces, shapes and rationales of the expansion of higher education though a historical lens (0171)Higher Education Policy
Case JHigher Education in Society: The influence of university participation on the life courses of young South Africans (0099)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Castelló MPost-doc experiences related to writing and well-being (0105)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cecilie Carlsten TEurope in a time of excellence: Converging trends of equity and excellence in higher education governance? (0316)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Chadwick DEdutainment (Education + Entertainment) Enhances Learning Of STEM Subjects In HE (0065)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Cheng MInternationalisation as University Business Model Innovation: A Case Study of the University of Nottingham (0022)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Clark WThe convergence of actual and perceived outcome in group work assessment design: do the students fail their assessments or do the assessments fail their students? (0223)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Clegg SMore than the sum of its parts: higher education research explored (0011)International Perspectives & Context
Cownie FConceptualising the student experience: a new framework. (0114)Student Experience
Cross BVisual language and reasoning within interdisciplinary dialogue: lessons from SRHE Scoping Study for Interprofessional Education to Support Collaborative Practice. (0270)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Danvers EDead, dumbed down or discontented? Undergraduate students, critical thinking and higher education (0028)Student Experience
Danvers ERoma Women and Higher Education: Gender, Identity, Belonging and Responsibility. (0042)International Perspectives & Context
Davies RDoes it make sense to talk of teaching and learning in higher education? (0337)International Perspectives & Context
Dawson NCan Pedagogic Practice Enhance Post Graduate Business Students’ Abilities To Self-Direct One Teacher’s Reflections (0164)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Deem RRecent Research Excellence Evaluations In the UK and Portugal: Methodologies, Controversies, Cultures and Consequences (0269)Higher Education Policy
den Outer BAssessment literacy and subject commitment: a critical discourse analysis (0234)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Denicolo PEmployer-Academic Engagement- a Response to the Skills and Impact Agendas (0334)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dennison PTeaching profession or teaching professional? Professionalization in the HE landscape (0212)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dent SConceptualising Care in Higher Education (0248)Access and Widening Participation
Dippold DDeveloping global graduates: making the classroom centre stage (0154)International Perspectives & Context
Dovey JTransformative experience: knowledge exchange and impact in REACT projects (0322)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dyer SPartnership as non-compliance? Does ‘partnership learning’ create a space of meaningful engagement within the neoliberal university? (0241)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Dyer SCreating Appreciate: A resource to support appreciative partnership learning (0242)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Eccles S‘Globelongers’ - Inspiring, Intrepid International Students (0087)International Perspectives & Context
Eccles SReflecting on Leadership: Higher Education Academy Recognition and Academics as Effective Leaders (0090)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Elias PDoes numeracy count? Mathematics, STEM subjects and graduate outcomes (0306)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Enriquez-Gibson JThe convergent and divergent boundaries of becoming a migrant academic (0014)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ertl HBologna-style degrees in the labour market – the impact of qualification and curriculum reform in German higher education (0239)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Evans CElite' higher education participants and civil society. (0120)Access and Widening Participation
Evans LTechnology-enhanced learning in English universities: what do students want? (0046)Digital University
Ewins RBlended Learning Delivery on a Suite of Masters-Level Research Courses in Education (0327)Digital University
Figueira CUnveiling scholars’ conceptions of academic risk taking: A phenomonographic study (0232)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Filippakou OHigher education in Hong Kong and the global marketplace: Policy borrowing and the occident (0370)International Perspectives & Context
Fincher SAcademic Hunger (0236)Digital University
Fiserova JVideos in higher education – why bother? (0265)Digital University
Fisher DThe Transition to Higher Education from Isolated Rural Coastal Communities: A Canadian Case Study (0006)International Perspectives & Context
Foley KTaking the distance out of distance learning: Using online and new technologies for student engagement (0366)International Perspectives & Context
Fordyce KInvestigating International Student Perspectives on Critical Thinking for UK Masters-level Study (0275)International Perspectives & Context
Frost AIs there any value in teaching-based knowledge exchange? (0169)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Fung DRewarding Educators and Education Leaders in Research-intensive Universities. (0277)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fung DExploring distributed leadership in an English university. (0278)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Fung DA Connected Curriculum for Research-based Education: Programme Leaders’ Stories (0273)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Garaz SThe Link between Socio-Economic Background, Field of Studies, and Employability of Ethnic Roma Students in Europe (0043)International Perspectives & Context
Geitz GGoal Orientation, Learning Behavior, and Sustainable Feedback in Higher Education (0215)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gelder GThe Value of Verbal Dialogue in Assessment Feedback (0295)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Goreham H“On the shelf or making a difference”? How can we capture the impact of leadership research? (0335)Higher Education Policy
Gourlay LStudent engagement' and the tyranny of participation (0332)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Gourlay LPosthuman texts and the digital university (0313)Digital University
Graham CA Tale of Two Cities: the sequel An international comparison of the contributions of professional services staff to student outcomes. (0142)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Griffioen DDifferences between Students’ Perception on Education: Comparing Honour and Regular Students at a Dutch University of Applied Sciences (0084)Student Experience
Griffioen DStudents’ Motivation in Longitudinal Perspective: The influence of Potential, Personality and Learning context (0125)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Guccione KMore than lucky: Exploring how post-doc professional networks are activated in gaining research fellowship awards (0106)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gunn AConservatives 2 - Liberal Democrats 0: Winners and Losers in the 2010-15 Coalition’s policy-making on the funding of undergraduate education in England (0150)Higher Education Policy
Guzmán-Valenzuela CThe public dimension of Chilean universities: contesting discourses (0041)Higher Education Policy
Halford EZen and the art of risk assessment: what are the implications of a system of risk- based quality assurance for higher education in England? (0152)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Hancock SGender and access to postgraduate study in the UK – evidence from a multi-institutional study (0272)Access and Widening Participation
Harrison JThe New Regionalisation of UK Higher Education (0346)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Harrison NThe effectiveness of means-tested university bursaries: recruitment, retention and success (0196)Access and Widening Participation
Harrison NIndividual and social influences on students’ attitudes to debt: a cross-national path analysis using data from England and New Zealand (0199)Student Experience
Harrison NDeveloping a new theorisation of ‘success’ in widening participation (0312)Access and Widening Participation
Hay DNot just talk: Restoring pedagogy in the silent body (0368)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hayton ATheory, Evaluation and Practice in Widening Participation: Presenting a new framework to evaluate WP interventions (0320)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Headington RStudents’ experiences of assessment feedback through analysis of the personal support networks of second year undergraduate student teachers at an English university (0253)Student Experience
Healey RScaling the Mountain: an exploration of gendered experience of academic staff in relation to the Research Excellence Framework 2014 (0021)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson EConference fatigue? Representations of the in/significance of academic conferences (0118)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henderson H‘Go Higher for Lower’: Blurred Boundaries and Possible Selves in FE’s HE Promotion (0267)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hill JDeveloping graduate attributes through participation in the British Conference of Undergraduate Research (0100)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hillyard SCollegiate consistency? An exploration of the application and transition experiences of non-traditional entrants at an elite, UK university. (0328)Access and Widening Participation
Hinchliffe GHigher Education in a hegemonic world (0158)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hoffman DSpace, time and networks: Key research collaboration and design challenges for critical comparative higher education research (0139)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Holstein JThe co-option of the traditional university: a narrative analysis of 20 years research and innovation policy in the UK (0208)Higher Education Policy
Hordosy RHow do students finance their studies after the change in tuition fees, loans and grants? Timeline of financial transitions at a Northern Red-Brick University (0319)Student Experience
Horton-Walsh SGlobal student employability: Analysing the rhetoric of international placement messages (0059)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Howitt SBecoming a scientist: students’ ethical judgments on the use of data (0217)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hramiak AApplying the Framework for Culturally Responsive Teaching to Explore the Cultural Adaptations of Teach First Beginning Teachers (0008)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hramiak AUsing the Dynamic Model of Educational Effectiveness to Explore Perceptions of Impact by Teach First Beginning Teachers (0007)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hui-Jung Chen KAdopting Self-accreditation in Responding to Diversity of Higher Education: Quality Assurance in Taiwan and Its Impact on Institutions (0258)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Huybers TStudent evaluation of degree programmes: the use of Best-Worst Scaling (0102)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Jackson MInternationalising a Creative Curriculum (0331)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
James DCollaboration and Criticality in Social Science Doctoral Education (0343)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
James KHigher Education Sector Engagement with Higher Education Academy Fellowship (0078)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jameson JTrust, the Visibility/Invisibity Leadership Paradox, and a Model for Reflective Negative Capability in the Academic Management of English Higher Education (0358)Digital University
Jefferies ADigitally literate or merely digitally competent? Exploring technology ownership and use among HE students in two non-UK environments (0056)Digital University
Jenkins AIncome and Expenditure in the UK university system in the 21st Century: A Golden Age? (0130)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Johnson MSocial Ontology and Academic Status: A case-study from the Russian Far-East (0254)International Perspectives & Context
Jones REngagement and Alienation amongst Business Undergraduates: A Student Voice. (0140)Student Experience
Jonsas KGoverning Women. Academic Careers, New Public Management, And Gender In Business Schools (0284)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jovanovic TThe Roma in Serbian Higher Education: Enablers and Barriers (0101)International Perspectives & Context
Kahn PCritical perspectives on student engagement as ‘what students do’ (0138)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kandiko Howson CThe Prestige Economy and Mid-career Academic Women: Strategies, Choices and Motivation (0002)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kandiko Howson CStudent engagement in the UK: Defining, distilling and critiquing partnership (0003)Student Experience
Kane SStudent transition: belonging at university and living at home (0121)Student Experience
Kempenaar LFemale academics and career progression: Can Structured Writing retreats make a difference? (0180)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kempenaar LPractice what we preach: Teaching health promotion in Higher Education (0355)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kim TGlobal Academic Capitalism, Transnational Knowledge Capital, and Academic Stratification (0352)International Perspectives & Context
Kinchin IPedagogic frailty: an initial consideration of aetiology and prognosis. (0026)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Klemencic MWhy would students contribute to collective well-being and university quality enhancement?The role of student belonging (0311)Access and Widening Participation
Klemencic MFrom student engagement to student agency in higher education: conceptual considerations (0307)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kloet EDeveloping a university wide policy for increasing flexibility and 21st century skills (0156)Higher Education Policy
Laming MMature-aged men’s experiences of higher education: Australia and England compared. (0231)Access and Widening Participation
Lamoureux S“Things That Make You Go Hmmm”: How Analyses of Student Voice Lead to an Institutional Learning Moment (0081)Access and Widening Participation
Lees RThe integrative curriculum – using synoptic assessment to support the achievement of programme learning outcomes (0329)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Lehtomaki EGlobal citizenship in higher education: learning to debate through cross-cultural dialogues (0218)Student Experience
Leibowitz BThe professional development of academics as teachers: Reconsiderations (0038)International Perspectives & Context
Leibowitz BContext, Agency and Responsibility in Professional Learning: A South African Study (0261)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lewis CThe Higher Education Field Academy: The impact of research-engaged approach to Widening Participation in Higher Education (0068)Access and Widening Participation
Lewis DBridging understanding: Confucian values and concerns for the self-cultivation of academic identity in China (0374)International Perspectives & Context
Lewitt MLearning for interprofessional practice: identifying interprofessional capabilities and cultures (0170)Digital University
Lewitt MPerforming the research data: interdisciplinary approaches in the construction of knowledge (0271)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lewthwaite SPedagogy in context: international experts’ insights into the teaching of advanced research methods. (0244)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Li Kusterer HReviewing the reviewers: The social construction of evaluation criteria in professorship appointments in Swedish academia. (0225)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Linden JThe role of disciplinary knowledge in higher education curriculum practices (0091)International Perspectives & Context
Little DMirrors, models, and merits: educational developers’ credibility and leadership (0177)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Liu YWomen Rising as Half of the Sky? An Empirical Study on Women from the ‘One-Child’ Generation and Their Higher Education Participation in Contemporary China (0073)International Perspectives & Context
Lomer SRationales and representations: international students in UK national policy from 1999-2013 (0095)Higher Education Policy
Love TThe impact of clickers on module evaluation questionnaire responses (0192)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lucander HA Model for Quality Assurance of Assessments and examinations (MQAA) (0224)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Lucas LChallenging Curriculum: exploring access and equity within doctoral education and academic profession learning (0122)Access and Widening Participation
Macdonald IFive go to Mozambique: a film of how design students develop intercultural competencies for professional practice and global citizenship. (0035)International Perspectives & Context
Macdonald KThe Academic Developer – Pillar or Prop? (0195)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Macfarlane BStudent engagement policies and the subversion of ‘student-centred’ (0069)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Macfarlane BEstablishing International Branch Campuses: the need for a moral compass (0070)Higher Education Policy
Macfarlane BMultiple authorship: power, performativity and the gift economy (0075)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Maher BDivided by Loyalty: The Debate Regarding Loyalty Provisions in the National Defense Education Act of 1958 (0256)Higher Education Policy
Mählck PCapacity-Building, Internationalisation or Postcolonial Education? Space and Place in Development Aid Funded PhD Training (0143)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Malette AMind the gap: Canadian students’ experience of a one-semester study abroad at a Francophone Belgian university (0135)International Perspectives & Context
Marginson STowards a new political economy of public/private in higher education (0066)Higher Education Policy
Marini GThe rise of blended professionals in higher education systems: empirical evidence from a survey in Portuguese higher education system (0301)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Marini GFrom the “boys’ club” toward “a player of the managerial university”. The UCU in UK research intensive HEIs from the lay representatives’ experience. (0053)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mathews IFrom potential to reality – the development and use of an e-portfolio in social work education. (0162)Digital University
Mathieson SExploring ecologies of practice across the disciplines in the shifting economies of the research-teaching-practice nexus (0204)Digital University
Mayer MChange-Making in Universities: influencing leadership decision-making. (0182)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Mayer MStudent Success: Strivers, Striders and Thrivers. (0181)Student Experience
McAlpine LBecoming a PI: Luck, agency and persistence… “Just keep rowing!” (0107)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McCaig CNeoliberalism and the drivers of system differentiation: a journey from equality to equity (0098)Higher Education Policy
McCowan TGauging graduate employment destinations in Sub-Saharan Africa (0189)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
McCulloch SBeing an academic: The changing writing practices of academics and how this influences professional identity (0111)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McKenzie L‘I’ve been on a real journey . . . ‘ the experience of mature women students in Higher Education (0112)Access and Widening Participation
McVitty DStudent engagement as the promise of agency: frames, domains and technologies of student agency in institutional learning and teaching strategies (0202)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
McWhirr S‘I think therefore I-statement: An analysis of post-graduate reflective writing’ (0233)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Mercer JLeadership Development and Leadership Activity within the 'Cinderella' Sector: the perceptions of Further Education college principals (0252)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Meschitti VGender and the construction of career paths in academia (0124)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Messenger HPotential in the space between: a sociocultural analysis of a learning and teaching programme with a partner HEI in Sri Lanka (0039)International Perspectives & Context
Mewburn IWhy do doctoral researchers blog? An analysis of genre, audience and purpose (0268)Digital University
Mills DCollaborative governance and institutional reform (0347)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Minett-Smith CRethinking Feedback: Convergence of academic practice, student engagement and partnership (0369)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Montano SUnderstanding Student Employability Skill Development: A Critical Realist Approach (0082)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Montgomery CMinorities and elites in global higher education: Complexities, contradictions and the Minzu Universities of China (0371)International Perspectives & Context
Morley LInternationalisation in Higher Education: Theorising Equity and Exclusions (0044)International Perspectives & Context
Mountford-Zimdars ACauses of differences in student outcomes in English Higher Education (0025)Access and Widening Participation
Mountford-Zimdars AAn education puzzle: Why are there so few educational researchers in PVC Education position in higher education institutions? (0289)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Muijs DPredictors of postgraduate student experience and engagement: a multilevel analysis of postgraduate survey data. (0266)Student Experience
Mullen EHR Graduate Employability: An Exploration of Organisational Contributors (0292)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Murray RSocial Writing Profiles (0050)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Nesbit TApps on Smart Phones to Increase Engagement in Lectures: Student Focus Group Perspectives (0376)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
O'Connor PConvergence and dissimilarity: Centralisation of power, but variation in practices in STEM in academia cross-nationally (0018)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
O'Grady AGiving Something Back': higher education students and educational interventions (0240)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Oliver MDigital scholarship and doctoral identities (0340)Digital University
Osborn JAn alternative approach to exploring the student experience using psychological contracts. (0336)Digital University
Padilla-Carmona TThe Roma in Spanish Higher Education: A Case Study of Successful Trajectories (0047)International Perspectives & Context
Papatsiba VInternational research collaboration in the social sciences: in the golden cage of funding or tackling knowledge boundaries? (0357)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Pilkey BImproving the student experience via a Connected Curriculum for the future: The holistic built environment and research based education (0159)Student Experience
Ploner JThe politics of knowledge production in higher education in Thailand and the UK (0372)International Perspectives & Context
Poole SButterflies in the Garden: some reflections on interdisciplinary collaboration in the arts (0324)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Price MIt’s more than what you write on the page: The three domains of influence on student perceptions of feedback (0288)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Pringle Barnes GIndependent learning and the dissertation proposal: A case study of Masters' students experiences (0221)Student Experience
Prowse APotential of the Human Capabilities Approach (HCA) for strategy development in the Higher Education curriculum. (0264)International Perspectives & Context
Pryor JDegrees of collaboration: doctoral training and the production of the new researcher. (0339)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Pugh JIn light of rising tuition fees, is there a difference in the student decision making process for those choosing to study for a degree at a university and those choosing to study for a degree at a further education college? (0276)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Race RPostgraduate identity in integrationist, multicultural and International educational contexts (0129)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Randall JCreating graduate identities: the professional pathway to the stars (0342)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Rao NBrowne’s Review and prospective students’ access to IAG: Five years on (0226)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Reedy KLife-changing learning or ticking the box?: evaluating engagement with the OU's digital and information literacy framework (0126)Digital University
Rees RDigital Literacy - New wine in old bottles? (0113)Digital University
Reynolds PThe (a)sexual academic: University faculty in the movies from 1927-2014. (0174)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Richardson JMind the gap: the chasm between research and practice in teaching and learning with technology (0016)International Perspectives & Context
Roberts PUntangling the web: making sense of curriculum decisions and their implications for achieving higher education purposes (0219)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Robinson ZSustainability degrees: The challenges and opportunities of a new discipline (0141)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Rogers PIs the key to HE success developing internal capabilities in Expectation Management? (0321)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Ross JCampus imaginaries and dissertations at a distance (0166)Digital University
Russell DAddressing Transition to University by using Collaboration in Assessment (0317)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Savvides NInternationalising Higher Education: A Pilot Study of Two Russell Group Universities (0097)International Perspectives & Context
Schmidt LJudgement biases in assessment: for better or worse? (0286)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Schofield CImpact of research funding on the experience and status of college-based higher education lecturers (0299)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Schofield CChanging views of research activity in college-based higher education (0302)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Schouteden WIn search for the relationship between teachers’ research conceptions and their research integration practices (0246)Higher Education Policy
Secker JThe trouble with terminology: rehabilitating and rethinking ‘Digital Literacy’ (0134)Digital University
Sherer MGender balance on the governing bodies of UK universities (0093)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Simpson DSocial work academics’ subject positions: convergence and divergence (0173)Digital University
Sisson KMapping supervisor development programmes (0176)International Perspectives & Context
Smedley JA Swinglish Experience: bridging international boundaries in the scholarship of learning and teaching (0245)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Smith JFostering resilience, criticality and critical friendship: doctoral students’ experiences and perceptions of peer assessment and review (0096)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Smith KUsing critical discourse analysis to better understand how national higher education policy is played out in educational development practice. (0207)Higher Education Policy
Smolentseva ATransformations and Tensions in the Knowledge Transmission Mission of Russian Universities: Social vs. Economic Instrumentalism (0285)Higher Education Policy
Southall JIs group work a useful bridging tool for students crossing the boundary to employment? (0027)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Spencer MThink-tanks on academic lawns: a study in language and policy generation in UK Higher Education. (0314)Higher Education Policy
Spowart LEvaluating teaching-related CPD in the UK: Time to take stock (0365)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Staddon EDoes it have a price tag? Student perceptions about value-for-money in higher education (0247)Student Experience
Stevenson J(Not) mattering in higher education (0131)Access and Widening Participation
Stockfelt SChanges in boys’ educational aspirations over time: A multilevel perspective (0133)Access and Widening Participation
Strike TReconfiguring Higher Education: Developing Vocational Pathways for Graduate Apprentices (0290)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Stubley RDeveloping writing at university: extending tutor-student dialogue, understanding and practices in academic writing (0163)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Su FEvaluating the use of forums to create an online dialogic space in blended learning (0305)Digital University
Takagi HEvaluating quality of the double-degree programmes developed between Japanese and European universities: from a perspective of students’ experiences (0230)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Tange HConverging cultures in international higher education: An end to the Danish model? (0034)International Perspectives & Context
Tansey LThe Student as Emerging Global Citizen: mapping the journey from informal international student volunteering experience to service learning curricular initiative (0341)Student Experience
Taylor CMatters of Concern: Developing an Ethical Framework for Student Engagement through Partnership (0359)Student Experience
Tett LMaking connections: relationships and learning identities (0017)Access and Widening Participation
Thesen LSurface tension: Theorising postgraduate writing practices from an informal archive (0294)International Perspectives & Context
Thomas KGoing the extra mile: spaces between rhetoric and experience (0148)Access and Widening Participation
Thorpe AExploring (co)Meta-reflection as a professional development method of academic middle managers in higher education. (0080)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Timmis SThe inside–outside university: diversity, participation and empowerment in digital spaces across local and global boundaries (0257)Access and Widening Participation
Tobolowsky BAcademics and Anti-intellectualism: Representations of the U.S. Primetime Professoriate (0061)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Tomusk VDignity Denied: Higher Education and Tunisian Revolution (0375)Access and Widening Participation
Torres-Olave BMobilities in a changing labor market: A critical reading of emergent precariousness employment patterns in the New Economy (0191)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Trahar SInternationalisation of Higher Education (0063)International Perspectives & Context
Turner GCompetitive and 3-Dimensional: Metaphors of post-PhD researcher experiences (0104)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Usher N‘True’, ‘fair’, or ‘too picky’: to what extent can students translate their ideas about good essay writing into helpful peer feedback? (0222)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Vabø AInternational academic mobility and social stratification (0308)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Valimaa JPublic Universities in Nordic countries: the Case of Finland (0206)Higher Education Policy
Vaughan SPractice-led research as changing practice: aspiration and identity in doctoral education (0255)Digital University
Vereijken MBy all means: Unraveling undergraduate research supervision strategies using stimulated recall. (0110)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Visser-Wijnveen GA knowledge model of the research-teaching nexus (0333)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Waite KBuilding the argument for more systemic student voice in university governance and decision-making in Australia: Learnings from the UK (0250)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Waite KSites of silence in the convergence: Methodologies to place gender on the teaching and learning agenda (0249)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Walkington HReciprocal elucidation: a student-led pedagogy in multidisciplinary undergraduate research conferences (0051)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Waller R‘What a difference an A makes’: Towards a typology of university entry routes (0127)Access and Widening Participation
Wareham HEvaluating a teacher-focused widening participation intervention as part of a broader evaluation framework; methodological development and preliminary findings (0296)Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Waring MManagement and Leadership in UK Universities: Exploring the Possibilities of Change (0201)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Watermeyer RPublic Engagement in Higher Education (0030)International Perspectives & Context
Watling SDigital diversity in higher education (0213)Digital University
Watson DGraduate views on access to higher education: Is it really a case of pulling up the ladder? (0145)Student Experience
Whitworth ADo digital literacies have politics? (0031)Digital University
Williams JAcademic Integrity: Exploring tensions between perception and practice in the contemporary university (0157)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Williams JKnowledge as a Public Good of Higher Education (0137)Higher Education Policy
Willison JResearching, problem solving, critical thinking … same ship, different bay. (0193)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Willison JInternational Masters Students’ Perception of the Research Skill Development Framework (0237)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wilson AAssessing wicked competences in undergraduate science research projects (0216)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wilson APrivacy, protection, pride and passion: professional judgment in relation to images posted on Twitter (0220)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wintrup JLearning analytics, student engagement, ethics and informed consent – divergent concepts? (0071)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wintrup JPartnerships And Practices In Global Health: Researching An International Education Project With Final Year Students (0354)Student Experience
Wisker GTime to move on: doctoral student and supervisor experiences of changing relationships in institutional contexts. (0123)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wood PExploring Research Methods Pedagogies for International Masters Students in Education (0144)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Yung Chi Hou AThe Development of Exchange Programmes in Asia as a mean to regional integration (0200)International Perspectives & Context
Zur A‘My Ideal School’: The Development of Teachers’ Professional Identity in a Teacher Education Programme (0194)Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Luescher-Mamashela TAchieving progressive ends by conservative means? Policy internationalisation in South African higher education governance in the period of 2001 to 2009International Perspectives & Context
McCowan TEmployability in African higher education: homogeneity, diversity and stratificationInternational Perspectives & Context
Schendel R“Some kind of disorder”: The negative effects of modularisation on student learning in a Rwandan university contextInternational Perspectives & Context
Anderson VReframing doctoral pedagogy for the knowledge economy.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Thomas LBecoming a doctor: how simulated practice can legitimise medical students’ participation in clinical practice.Student Experience
Chen SRevisiting the Research-Policy-Practice Nexus: Boundary Objects and Boundary BrokeringDigital University
Whittaker RWorking together to make a difference: A collaborative approach to enhancing Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Practice in Scottish Higher EducationDigital University
Cosser MThe evidence for access, mobility and progression in the pathway outcomes of previously disadvantaged studentsDigital University
Gourlay LThe digital university, critique and utopian fantasiesDigital University
Schofield CDegrees of Freedom: Factors affecting Foundation degree students’ course choicesStudent Experience
McKenzie LWhere do we go from here? The experience of Teaching Assistants after completing a Foundation degree.Student Experience
Abbas AThe problems and promises of undergraduate seminars: a Bernsteinian analysis of their ability to facilitate access to pedagogic rights.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Sadler IPlurality and difference in the development of teachers’ understanding of assessment in higher education.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Butcher JPart-Time Now: What can we learn from part-time HE students in Wales about embracing plurality?Access and Widening Participation
Hancock S‘Science in action’: doctoral scientists and identity constructionAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ross FNavigating different worlds and cultures – what are the challenges for leaders of nursing and teacher education?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Olele CCreating Gender Awareness for Empowerment Towards Sustainable Development Among Female Undergraduates in Tertiary Institutions in Rivers State.Student Experience
Shepherd KExploring student empowerment for community-engaged sustainability educationStudent Experience
James N“I couldn’t have done it without my Access tutor”. Inspiring Access to Higher Education students to (re) engage with learning.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Thomas KRethinking Belonging and the Student ExperienceStudent Experience
Hughes GOpening the feedback ‘black box’: how can mass digital assessment support individual student progress?Digital University
Stevenson JExploring the lifeworld of international doctoral studentsStudent Experience
Arico FAssessing Student Self-Assessment: An Additional Argument for Blended LearningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Evans CWhat is ‘widening access’ to higher education in Wales? A review of the approaches adopted by HEIs in Wales to widen access?Access and Widening Participation
Malcolm JTime, space and ‘real’ work: researching social scientists’ everyday work practicesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Aiston STransgressing the power/powerless divide: Hong Kong women academicsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Chetwynd FData mining: a useful student retention tool or what we knew already?Student Experience
Pietsch TOrganising scholarly exchange: the Rhodes Scholarships, 1903-1913International Perspectives & Context
Ashwin PRelations between undergraduate students’ accounts of sociology and their approaches to sociological researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Griffioen DConceptions of Truth in Higher Education: A Pillar of Research-Teaching-NexusAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Heut IResearch and Teaching nexus in post 92 Universities: Tensions and challengesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lucas LThe Future of Research and Teaching in UK Universities?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fine PAn investigation into General Dental Practitioners’ Perceptions of the Influence of Postgraduate Dental Education on General Dental Practice.Student Experience
Anchor JThe earnings expectations of EU business school studentsHigher Education Policy
Taylor CNot Product but Process: Rethinking the Ethics of Student EngagementLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Wintrup JLearner engagement in MOOCs: research using the UK Engagement Survey and interviewsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Foster EWhat about the doubters? Trying to engage all students with their studiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Flint APartnership Learning CommunitiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Buckley AThe UK Engagement Survey: 2014 findings and implicationsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Seal A‘Learning’ Transitions in International Student Mobility – The Voices of UK Higher Education StudentsStudent Experience
Averill F‘Say Cheese’ – Photovoice and Over 50s Women: To exercise is to socialise.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Byrom T‘I didn't really know the reputation of any of them to be fair': widening participation and higher education choiceAccess and Widening Participation
Hillier YHigher education and its communitiesAccess and Widening Participation
Burskinhaw PInspiring future generations: embracing plurality and difference in higher educationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Plugor RMultiple Status Positions of University Students: Snapshots from England and RomaniaStudent Experience
Solem MA Capabilities Approach to Teaching and Learning in Higher EducationInternational Perspectives & Context
Gough MResearch Student Perspectives on Supervisor/Advisor Approaches to SupervisionStudent Experience
Bachan RGrade Inflation in UK higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Weilikala TCultural interfaces: new conditions that inform student experience within international higher education contextsStudent Experience
Buyl EConcept mapping as a tool to visualize and enhance the knowledge structure of the master’s dissertation: an empirical exploration in the field of communication sciencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Keane ESocial Class in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) in Ireland: Considering the Formal Categorisations and Self-Classifications of 2013/2014 Postgraduate Post-primary ITE EntrantsAccess and Widening Participation
Jameson JAn ESRC HIVE-PED Research Report: How age, gender, class and industry frame complex, pragmatic, delayed progression patterns to higher education for apprentices in EnglandAccess and Widening Participation
Quinlan KEmotional regulation in university teaching: a theoretical analysis of two case studiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gedye SThe Impact of DiscontentManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Tsul AStudents’ Perceptions of English-Medium Instruction in a Hong Kong UniversityStudent Experience
Steele DStudents perceptions of internationalisation in higher education.International Perspectives & Context
Kandiko-Howson CStudent engagement in the UK: Cognitive testing survey itemsStudent Experience
Clay HFrom practical idealism to the ideology of the market: Whitehall and higher education, 1963 - 1983.Higher Education Policy
Hansen M“Go West” – The impact of core-periphery differences on student encounters in an international study environment at a Danish universityStudent Experience
L Krause KAssuring academic standards through inter-university peer review: A sector-wide approachLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Borup REducation Adds Value, but how can HEIs demonstrate this to Employers?Access and Widening Participation
Masado AChanging patterns in vocational entry qualifications: student support and outcomes in undergraduate degree programmesAccess and Widening Participation
Read BSocial precarity in HE: age, seniority, and the lived experience of academic marginality and lossAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Henningson MUniversity Strategies on Affiliated FacultyManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Moate JGlobal Connectedness in Higher Education: Student voices on the value of cross-cultural learning dialogueStudent Experience
Mansour SThe Evolution of Universities’ Internationalisation Strategies: the Student Social ExperienceStudent Experience
Carm EInternationalization of Higher Education, experiences from a TVET student exchange program between Oslo and Akershus University College for Applied Sciences (HIOA), Norway and Kyambogo University (KyU), Uganda.International Perspectives & Context
Murray RNegotiating research, other academic roles and life: An evaluation of a long-term approachAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lowe JFrom lifelong learning to youth employment: the future for higher education in Scotland’s collegesStudent Experience
Fisher DHigher Education, Globalization and the Re-structuring of the State: A Comparison between British Columbia, Ontario and QuébecHigher Education Policy
Johnson MBeyond the Pedagogic models of Technology Enhanced Learning: An inquiry into the conditions into the construction of educational theoriesDigital University
Gedye SStudent Articulations of their own EmployabilityEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Haywood MInspiring Future Academics: The Human ElementLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Shields RFollowing the Leader? A social network analysis of UK Higher Education Institutions on TwitterManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Fleming RThe Tale of a Canadian CAT, or, Less Preciousness and More Permeability:Access and Widening Participation
Gray CImplementing marketised Higher Education: The view from the street level.Access and Widening Participation
Saraswat AUnderstanding part-time College Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Lamoureux SGoing beyond the « luck of the draw » : Improving the experience of college transfer students at a large research universityAccess and Widening Participation
Barton RNeoliberalism and the reinvention of leadership identities in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Round A‘Throwing your students in the lake’ – discursive and communal learning in a disruptive model of business educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Casanova DRedesigning learning spaces through students and academics contributions: the role of participatory designStudent Experience
Groombridge TCharacteristics of Mathematics Text That Affect Comprehension Among University-Level English Language Learners in The UAEInternational Perspectives & Context
Mogaji EWhy isn't my professor a black woman? A clue to gender inequality in higher education from websites and prospectuses.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McLean MA ‘promising space’: Universities’ critical-moral mission and its educative functions.Student Experience
Deem R‘Social science doctoral training policies and practices: perspectives on recent developments and organisational consequences of the UK transition to collaborative doctoral training’Higher Education Policy
Kennedy E“The voice serves as feedback”: students’ affective experiences of an online doctoral programmeDigital University
Horton-Welsh SHow do I decide on a Year in Industry (YINI) Placement: Assessing the Credibility of YINI Opportunities: A Qualitative Content Analysis ApproachEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hagen NCoauthored doctoral dissertations: Quantifying the candidate’s shareLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Hulsman JBranding in Higher Education: A Speech Act Theory Perspective on UK UniversitiesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Simpson DSocial work education and carceralityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bligh BLeading questions about Learning Spaces: The constrained voice of academic denizens in Higher Education estates management consultationStudent Experience
Farrell A‘Empowered Empathetic Encounters’: a key success factor in the building of effective international inter-institutional collaborationInternational Perspectives & Context
Hay DAn anatomy of bioscience image-making: divides and loop-holes in between research and teachingAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Messenger HPausing at the threshold: using arts based enquiry to promote reflective, appreciative learning on entering an ‘identity workspace’Student Experience
R-Pant AThe role of recruitment agents in the internationalisation of higher educationHigher Education Policy
Krause K-LDisruptive change, transforming cultures: approaches to university-wide curriculum renewal through blended learningDigital University
Jackson DUnderstanding university students’ involvement with business consultancy: an audit and review of barriers and motivationsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Hinchcliffe GThe Space of Reasons: The role of academic judgement in assessment.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Burskinhaw PInspiring future generations: embracing plurality and difference in higher educationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Webb SUnderstanding the geographies of educational aspiration on mobilities and widening participationAccess and Widening Participation
Blackmore PCritiquing the idea of a prestige economyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Su FTowards a shared dialogic space for professional learning in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Harrison NConstructing university students’ attitudes to debt: a cross-national studyStudent Experience
Marginson SThe social implications of high participation higher education systemsInternational Perspectives & Context
Watermayer RExploding the myth of public engagement as a ‘good thing’ for research careersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rattray JHoping for Transformation: positive psychological well-being as a mediator of liminalityStudent Experience
Hayton EHigher education campus trajectories: causes and consequencesHigher Education Policy
Lamaras PEssential Features of Serious Games Design: Search and Analysis ProcessDigital University
Jones RExploring the Role of Extra-Curricular Activity in Developing Employability and Graduate IdentityEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Dobbins KUsing ‘learning outcomes’ in higher education: where is the evidence?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Lockett MThe impact of the UK Quality Code for Higher Education on alternative higher education providersManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Merrill-Glover KWidening Participation through Work-based learning; An Epistemological dilemma.Access and Widening Participation
Watson DClosed for business! Academic engagement in third stream activityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Sundaram VIs ‘lad culture’ a problem in Higher Education? Exploring the perspectives of staff working in UK universities.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rolfe VOpen all hours: Opening-up education to inspire future learners and teachers.Higher Education Policy
Hill K“Bright Lights: Internationally educated female students and their approach to managing their study commitments”.International Perspectives & Context
Khan PCritical perspectives on methodology in higher education researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wayne YCollege Connect Strategy 2013-2020: The Development of an Institutional Strategy to Support ArticulationStudent Experience
Ingram RCollege Connect: Enhancing the Evidence Base for ArticulationStudent Experience
Holford JR.H. Tawney and the Idea of Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Macdonald MWhen a prop becomes a hurdle: effectively scaffolding the level 4 learning experienceDigital University
Tanaka MA Study on the Employability of Law School Graduates in JapanEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Land RToil and trouble: troublesome knowledge as counter-discourse to neoliberalism.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Jones ALeading University Teaching: Exploring the rationale, decisions and evidenceManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Trowler VNegotiating Contestations and "Chaotic Conceptions": Engaging "Non-Traditional" Students in Higher EducationAccess and Widening Participation
Burukina OBecoming a Researcher in Russia: Professional Training, Self-Study and Amateur AttemptsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Verburgh ALecturers’ general and contextualised research conceptions across disciplinesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Pugh JHave higher tuition fees changed student perceptions and higher education choices?Higher Education Policy
Johnson JA nalysing the transformational effects of UK higher e ducation on Chinese female studentsInternational Perspectives & Context
White SQualitative Analysis of the Value Base of Student NursesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Locke WGlobal University Rankings: Impacts on Universities WorldwideHigher Education Policy
Molthan-Hill P‘A SPOC with a Twist: The Sustainability in Practice Certificate'Digital University
Anderson D“Employer Insights”: a case of embedding employability in the curriculumEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Langemeyer IHumboldt’s Come-Back? Approaches of research-oriented teaching validated and scrutinized on the basis of an empirical AnalysisLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Mountford-Zimdar AMeritocracy and the University: What universities are looking forManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Wright CWidening Access in higher education: Analysis using linked administrative dataAccess and Widening Participation
Davis CSupporting academics in challenging times: New thinking on teaching observationsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wood MReconceptualising ‘spaciality’ in professional learning in English higher education settings with a church heritage.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Carpentier VTowards an index of stratification in higher educationHigher Education Policy
Andrews MHow might universities recognise and reconcile multiple forms of knowledge about the past, and how do different approaches to this potentially inform ideas of the future of Knowledge ProductionAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Buser MMobilising desire through play and games in community-based research and learningAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Facer KThe Fantasy of a UniversityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lewis CKnowledge, impact and legacy in community heritage research projects: Cambridge Community Heritage and beyondAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
May T‘Temporality and Diversity: What role for pluralistic and engaged research practices in the future university?’Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kelemen MAnimating the future of community based researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wilkin LMaking sense of diversity: Differences that make a difference in international educationStudent Experience
S-McDonagh EExploring Intersectionality and the Student Experience : Intersections of Ethnicity, Gender and Religion amongst Criminology and Sociology StudentsStudent Experience
Schaub JMen's Progression Issues on English Social Work Courses: What do we know, and what is missing?Student Experience
Tapper TThe New Universities of the 1960s: From the Quasi-State’s Model to Mission Group PressuresHigher Education Policy
Filippakou OHigher Education: Public good or Private commodity?Higher Education Policy
Montgomery CThe emergence and significance of transnational education in internationalised higher educationHigher Education Policy
Palfreyman DTowards the Marketization of English Higher Education?IHigher Education Policy
Parry GRecoupling sub-bachelor qualifications and further education collegesHigher Education Policy
Salter BComparing institutional change in higher education and medicine: the politics of knowledge controlHigher Education Policy
McDougall JCurating Knowledge Exchange: Let Us Mess AboutDigital University
Harrison NReturning to learning: gender, ethnicity and re-entry into postgraduate studyEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Lees RFeedback use in Formative Assessment – are academics practising what they preach?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Boden RWe build the road as we travel: Reconfiguring the universityManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Zanini NThe role of the A* grade at A-level as a predictor of university performanceAccess and Widening Participation
Evans LTHE PUBLISHING GAME IN ACADEMIC LIFE: Journal Editors’ and Authors’ Perspectives on Power and ProfessionalismAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
H Ylljoki OConflicting temporalities in academic work: experiences of senior and junior social scientistsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Naidoo RBeyond Imperial Standardisation: Higher Education and Global WellbeingHigher Education Policy
Jennings DMindful of the Future: Improving Student AssessmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Quinlan KConceptualising emotion in research on teaching and learning in higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Caddell MMaking Internships Meaningful: The Challenge of Encouraging Reflection and Skills ArticulationEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Wood PUnderstanding learning-exploration of the use of Lesson Study as an approach to developing learning with international Master’s studentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Karlsson SEvaluation as a management tool in academiaManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Bapista ALOOKING BEHIND THE MIRROR: Who am I as a teacher?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McArthur JAnd the inferior faculties shall inherit the Academy…: the Humanities and the future of higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gunn AFrom Wilson's White Heat to Cameron's Catapults: The role of Academic Research in Industrial Policy- 50 years of change.Higher Education Policy
Zhou XUnearthing students’ self-perspective on their intercultural sensitivity and skills development: enhancing students’ holistic experienceInternational Perspectives & Context
Arico FDoes it Click? Assessing the Role of a Student Response Systems in the Formation of Academic Self-Efficacy Beliefs within a Diverse Student PopulationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Davies CDefining the Future: an exploration of perceptions of employability of undergraduate minority ethnic studentsEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Lo SAnalysis of Tools for the Critical Appraisal of Educational ResearchLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Clafferty EThe Triple C Model for Student Retention, Progression and Completion MaturesAccess and Widening Participation
Gilmour A‘A sector in transition’: exploring the nature of professional development in the Scottish HE sectorAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fransman JPluralities of engagement: Negotiating difference in the ‘research literacies’ of academics and practitioners through the development of a new journal of public engagementAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Maguire TA national dialogue on enhancing teaching in higher education: moving towards an Irish framework of professional developmentInternational Perspectives & Context
Henderson EQueering the conference delegate: Disrupting the proper subject of academic mobilityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hook GQueerly belonging: sole parents in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Burford JNot writing and unbecoming: Queering doctoral ‘success’.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gunn VInspiring Desire – Queering doctoral education to understand orientations to learning Gunn Vicky, University of Glasgow, UKAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rattray JInducting a diverse student body: why ‘giving them fish’ failsStudent Experience
McCaig CThe Strange Death of Number Controls in England: choice and competition in a marketised systemHigher Education Policy
Taylor CThe multiple curriculum: A material feminist analysis of knowledge-making in higher educationHigher Education Policy
Lightfoot NIt wasn’t really where the university was in the league table..’: A comparative investigation of student choice of higher education institutionsHigher Education Policy
Madriaga MHaving to negotiate whiteness in addressing black and ethnic minority gap attainment in English higher educationHigher Education Policy
Morgan SBarriers to the Adoption of social Technologies in Higher EducationDigital University
Chadah DEmployability in higher education: refashioning required?Employability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Davis PLabour market knowledge and choice of subject to study: A Pragmatic Cluster Randomized Controlled TrialEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
A-Costa JIn-company traineeships as a channel of Business and Economics students’ employmentEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Nesbitt TFinal Year Accounting Internship Courses: Initial ExperiencesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Tzanakou CIs reflection a useful tool for teaching and learning about health and wellbeing ?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Turner ROutputs, impact and audience: disseminating practitioner researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hillier YSymposium: Research and scholarly activity: negotiating the challenges of engaging in research for college-based HE lecturersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gregson MSRHE 2014 Symposium research and scholarly activity: negotiating the challenges of engaging in research for college-based HE LecturersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
M Bathmaker AScholarship and research activity in a stratified HE system: what are the rules of the game for HE in FE lecturers in England?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hancock SPathways beyond graduation: exploring the characteristics of those who progress to postgraduate study, and the barriers perceived by those who don’tAccess and Widening Participation
Hughes CCollaborative Innovations for Widening Participation in Post Graduate Taught Programmes: Addressing the Needs of those ‘Least Likely’Access and Widening Participation
Strike TWidening Participation through Taught Postgraduate ScholarshipsAccess and Widening Participation
Vorley TThe need to understand student choice in providing information, advice and guidance in making the most of Postgraduate Support SchemeAccess and Widening Participation
Hall LIntercultural Sensitivity Learning in a Virtual Learning EnvironmentAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gibbs PTrust in higher education: Do Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) communicate trust well?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Annala JGen Y experiences of studying in higher educationStudent Experience
Matthews CCreating business-ready graduates: Embedding a professional ethos in the 21st century learning experienceStudent Experience
Trahar SReconciling the Personal and the Political? Critical Reflections on ‘Internationalising Higher Education in Israel’International Perspectives & Context
Scullion R‘Student as Producer’ an idealised response to the marketisation of Higher Education: A critique based on accounts of ‘student identity and practice’Student Experience
Moussa-Inaty JDo I prefer to see a face?Digital University
Macfarlane BAssessment and student performativity: the surveillance of social attitudes and behavioral skillsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Kempenaar LBut who’s counting? A follow up evaluation of one year of structured writing retreats.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Floyd AExploring the role of Associate Dean in UK UniversitiesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Smith JDeveloping doctoral students’ critical writing skills through peer assessmentStudent Experience
Wadsholt TKnowledge sharing, knowledge exchange and IC competence: Exploring inter-epistemological encounters in international HE at the intersection of ideologies of neoliberalism and ethical globalizationInternational Perspectives & Context
Hargreaves CDoctoral alumni views in hindsight: learning through uncertainty, identifying opportunities 'if I could go back and do it now'.Student Experience
Boulton HIdentifying The Challenges of Technologies With Transnational Post-Graduate StudentsDigital University
Waller R‘Project future self’: The strategies used by privileged middle-class male students to secure elite graduate rolesEmployability, Enterprise & Graduate Careers
Medland EExamining the Assessment Literacy of External ExaminersLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Lewitt MBeyond the Looking Glass: a multi-methods approach to interdisciplinary investigation of interprofessional educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Reynolds PTV depictions of university life: A comparative study of the US TV show Greek and the British TV show Fresh Meat.International Perspectives & Context
Smith JEmpty signifiers: the march to ‘excellence in everything’Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Temple PThe changing management of the student experience in EnglandStudent Experience
Mountford-Zimdars AFraming Higher Education: Questions and Responses in the British Social Attitudes Survey, 1983 – 2010Higher Education Policy
Oliver MEducational Resilience in the Digital UniversityDigital University
Watson DDeath of the Pedagogue: Pluralism and Non-didacticismLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Harrison NWhat works and who knows: problematising ‘success’ in widening participationAccess and Widening Participation
Meschitti VMentoring to guide women’s academic careers. A review and proposition for future researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Anderson JA study of the experience of Education Masters dissertation students; could different models of working offer further support other than the usual student – tutor dyad?Student Experience
Burke P-JFormations of Difference in Higher Education PedagogiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Smolentseva AWhere Soviet and neoliberal discourses meet: the transformation of the purposes of higher education in Soviet and Post-Soviet RussiaHigher Education Policy
Farmer JRemaking the Social Order": the significance of concers and commitments in the trajectories of academic developers in South AfricaPoster Session
Turner RNetworks of support: examining the role of mentoring in supporting new lecturers to develop their teaching practicesPoster Session
Murray RHow do academics ‘do internationalisation’?Poster Session
Guccione KThe role of trust in the student-supervisor relationship: developing authority and authorship in doctoral candidates.Poster Session
Schofield CCollaborate, publish or be damned? Patterns of academic publishing between institutions offering higher educationPoster Session
Cole DOptions for inter-disciplinary research training – short courses versus collaborative programs in global healthPoster Session
Adriansen HPlacing knowledge: mobility in internationalised higher educationPoster Session
Harris-Huemmert SEvaluations on diversity in German higher education: developments and examplesPoster Session
Devis-Rozental CDeveloping Socio-Emotional Intelligence in First Year StudentsPoster Session
Fiserova JVideos: not just for the flipped classroomPoster Session
Hurford DIdentifying and addressing international teachers’ complex needsPoster Session
Alhart IParental involvement in choosing a university and a degree: a perspective from Saudi ArabiaPoster Session
Skardhamar LThe International Classroom – Teaching beyond stereotypesPoster Session
Nolting TThe dual study concept of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University – New perspectives for an effective collaboration between science and businessPoster Session
Mayer MThe Essence of Transformative Learning and HE Undergraduate StudentsPoster Session
Osborn JSubtle Transformers: How academics shape and influence student expectations.Poster Session
Taylor LScoping the Delivery of an LL.M Degree by Massive Open Online CoursePoster Session
Armstrong P-AThe Reflexive Classroom: Authentic, Creative Pedagogic PraxisLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Abbas AExploring the role of feminist knowledge in student transformations: A Bernsteinian analysisStudent Experience
Abualrub IHEIs’ perspectives on learning environments: the missing piece in the literatureManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Adriansen HQuality assurance or neo-imperialism: Developing universities in the third worldAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ahmed NWhy students leave engineering and built environment programmes when they are academically eligible to continueStudent Experience
Aiston SWomen Academics: An International ComparisonAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Anchor JEarning Expectations of University Students: Evidence from English Business SchoolsHigher Education Policy
Anderson DTransforming the Student Experience with “Practitioner Insights”: an initiative to combine up-to-date curriculum development and employability skillsStudent Experience
Ashwin PExamining the relations between sociology students’ accounts of knowledge and identityLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Baptista ANON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: Understanding learning experiences and trajectories to enhance qualityStudent Experience
Baptista ATHE DOCTORATE AS AN EMOTIONAL JOURNEY: Navigating through perspectives of PhD students and supervisorsStudent Experience
Bartimote-Aufflick KThe formation of academic staff members’ epistemic stancesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Batchelor DMoving Targets: the elusiveness of student voice in higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Bathmaker ANarratives of university life: a gendered and classed experienceStudent Experience
Baughan PEducational development and sustainable development: common fields or different discourses?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Beckton JAttendance as ControlHigher Education Policy
Behle HWho are the mobile graduates? Similarities and differences between Intra-European mobile graduates and those remaining in the UK after graduation.Student Experience
Bengsten SThe good academic - revitalizing the discourse of transformation in higher educationStudent Experience
Bhatt IThe sociomaterial workings of a college writing assignmentDigital University
Birchley SMaking Sense of Quality Assurance in Japanese Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Bloch RTime to Teach: Contextualizing teaching time in German higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Borup RQuality Assurance in “Shell Modules” - Negotiated Curriculum and Informing Best PracticeManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Boyd PHyper-expansive academic workplacesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Brew AExperiencing higher education as an academic practitioner: negotiating academic identityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Brogden Male AKnowledge creating skills development for researchersLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Buhl HInviting the voices of international students to create better educational environmentsStudent Experience
Burke CAnd Then What Happened?: A Critical Examination of the Role of Class in Graduate EmploymentHigher Education Policy
Burke P-JGendered Pedagogies and the Mis/recognition of Emotion in Higher EducationStudent Experience
Burke P-JPedagogic Stratification and the Shifting Landscape of Higher EducationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Burkinshaw P‘Fitting in’: women Vice Chancellors’ experiences of higher education gendered leadership culturesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Byng TInvestigating employer and early career employee perceptions of the development of employability skills during postgraduate study in the UK for students entering the Chinese PR industryAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Byrom TI would not recommend university to my friends unless they were sure they knew what they wanted to do in life, this has left me more confused than when I came': habitus and the emerging selfStudent Experience
Cabus SAre Health Professionals Better Off in Foreign Industries? - On Inter-Industry Wage Differentials and Job-Related AbilityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cadieux S« So, what does this mean? » Data informed decision making at the University of Ottawa… and elsewhere?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Carpentier VPublic-private dimensions and equitable access to quality higher education: perspectives from Brazil and EnglandHigher Education Policy
Carr JThe role of performance and narration in translating professional standards into practice: four analytical modelsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Case JThe value of a higher education in terms of morphogenesis of student agency: A decade later, graduates look back on the experience of learningStudent Experience
Cashian PEstablishing an Employability Social Structure as the Basis for Future Employablity Research: A Critical Realist PerspectiveStudent Experience
Chambers A‘The Me and the Not Me’: The importance of anti-role models in the construction of professional identitiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cheeseman MUsing creative writing to understand the student experienceStudent Experience
Chetwynd IOnline assessment: supported learning or “just do it”?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Cheung KThe dimensions underlying student attitudes and beliefs on authorship: An exploratory factor analysis of authorial identity in students.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Clegg STheorising human concerns: theorising emotion from an Archerian perspectiveStudent Experience
Coleman LTensions and ambiguity: assignment texts and practices in a vocational film production courseLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Collings RThe Correlates of Statistics AnxietyLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Cooper THarnessing digital potential: a curriculum approach to the use of Digital Learning EnvironmentsDigital University
Cooper TFast forward: ‘Australian youth work education: curriculum renewal’ towards a model of sustainability for niche professionsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Correia PHow do students see the connections among undergraduate courses? Using concept mapping to make interdisciplinarity visibleLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Cosnefroy LA comparison of French-students’ emotional experience from upper sixth to third-year of Bachelor’s degreeLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Cunningham CThe role of performance and narration in translating professional standards into practice: four different analytical models.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Cureton DMinding the Gap - From Disparity to Beyond Dr Debra Cureton (presenting) & Professor Glynis Cousin, University of WolverhamptonLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Curzon RTransformation of the student learning experience through student engagement – Examples of students as partners, co-producers and authorsStudent Experience
Danvers ETroubling the concept: an exploration of difference within students’ experiences of critical thinking in higher educationHigher Education Policy
Dennison PThe changing shape of professionalism in learning and teaching within the academyAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Dennison PPersonal Tutoring : Using student experience to drive institution-wide changeStudent Experience
Depuis OA data-driven institutional approach to service transformationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Dorner HBetween performativity and authenticity: researching reflection in doctoral student’s electronic teaching portfoliosAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Esdar WResearch and Teaching – nexus or goal conflict? – Junior scientists’ perception on multiple demands at workAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Evans CImpact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to Higher Education in Wales.Higher Education Policy
Evans LRevisiting 'No woman is like a man in academia': a comparative analysis of marginalisation in UK higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Evans LBecoming and learning to be a professor: Academic leadership preparation and development for the UK’s professoriateAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fisher RLearning style, learning climate congruence: What does this mean for the self-efficacy and affective commitment of Australian academics?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Floyd AExploring the role of Associate Dean in UK Universities – Initial FindingsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Ford JWomen, careers and leadership roles: lessons for the academy from other professional workersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Frances CNew Evidence of the Dangerous Role of Economists in Incorporating Higher Education into Global Measures of Comparative National Well-BeingHigher Education Policy
Francis JPersonasAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fransman JFraming impact in the digital university: Representational affordances of the websites and blogs of Early Career ResearchersDigital University
Friesenhahn JTaking a leap of faith: How young scholars all over the world forge ahead for successful research careers.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gagnon J"You don't seem damaged:" Exploring the identities of the daughters of single mothers as they experience higher education as first generation studentsStudent Experience
Gaskell CDimensions of openness in MOOC environmentsDigital University
Gaskell CStudent Experience and Leadership TrendsHigher Education Policy
Gerschwind LTenure Track Tensions: Academic Career Paths in a Deregulated SectorAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Girotto MAn approach to university management and leadership competences in Central Asia: current trends and future challengesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Goldberg MThe same as any other office workers? How to Respect Academics in Five Easy StepsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Goodfellow RThese Research Training Resources are Digital, Open, and Global. Who Cares?Digital University
Gough MIs critical thinking just a skill amongst others in the student’s experience?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gourlay & M Oliver LTechnologies and text trajectories: the curriculum as emergent networkDigital University
Graham CA Tale of Two Cities: the contribution of Professional staff to the student experienceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gray CNavigating Student Progression: Should I stay or should I go?Student Experience
Gray CResearch methods teaching in vocational environments – developing critical engagement with knowledge?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Griffioen DLecturers’ Criteria for ‘Good Research’: a Framework for DebateAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gunn AGlobal university alliances and the creation of collaborative advantageManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Guzman-Valenzuela CConstructing academic identities: between the academic career and the academic trajectoryAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Haase SPreparing for Professionalism. How Engineering Students Experience the Role of Professional Engineers in SocietyStudent Experience
Hansen GWriting in L2 English at the Doctoral Level – How Is It Perceived by Students and Addressed in Supervision?Student Experience
Hay DDrawing, judgement and design of “epistemic things”: windows on the corporeal body of the scientist and her or his relations in new knowledge-makingAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Healey MDeveloping research-based learning in college based higher education (CBHE): UK and international perspectivesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Healey REthical thinking in a disciplinary context: the ethical development of undergraduates and expectations of tutors in the arts, social and pure sciencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Hey VMaking a Difference? Conducting an applied study on the experience of BME staff in English Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Higdon RExperiencing Employability – first and final year undergraduate perspectives of “The Employability Agenda”Student Experience
Higgins TExperiencing and thinking difference in teaching, learning and assessmentAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Higson HIs Bologna Working? Employer and Graduate Reflections of the Quality, Value and Relevance of Business and Management Education in four EU CountriesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hoffman DAspiration, Achievement and Abandonment in ‘The World’s Best Country’: Merit and Equity or Smoke and Mirrors?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hosein AThe Acculturation of Undergraduate Students through Research MethodsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Howes TLeading strategic planning in universities: case studies from AustraliaManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Huang SDiscrepancy in Quality Assurance: A case study of the influence of the first nation-wide evaluation of universities in ChinaHigher Education Policy
Hutchings PStudent Engagement With VLEs: Why And Why Not?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Jackson C‘Lad Culture’ and Learning in Higher EducationStudent Experience
James N“I was going from one dead end job to another”: Developing the employability of Access to Higher Education students.Higher Education Policy
Jameson JObliquity Leadership: Successful Circuiting the Dean’s Disease in Higher EducationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Jensen TDigital natives revisited: the need to reorganize academic institutions and conceptual categories in a digital worldDigital University
Johnes JCosts and efficiency in the English higher education sectorHigher Education Policy
Johnson JThe transition from rote learning to critical reflection: experiences of Chinese Masters students in the UKLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Jones S“It may as well be nine million”: initial responses to higher tuition fees at English Universities by academically able students in low-participation schoolsHigher Education Policy
Kaasboel EExperience and transformative processesHigher Education Policy
Kallneberg TPrism of Change? The academic middle manager and the transformation he accomplishes Ton Kallenberg Researcher Head Staff Department Education Research & Student Affairs Erasmus University RotterdamManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Kandiko CStudent Expectations and Perceptions of Higher EducationStudent Experience
Kanuka HQuestioning Teaching and Technology BeliefsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kilburn DCapacity building in advanced social science research methods: Researching teaching and learning processesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kinchin IUndergraduate research as pedagogy for the twenty-first century university: Student-generated perspectives on research-teaching links.Student Experience
Kinchin IThe significance of knowledge structures in Technology-Enhanced Learning: A Bernsteinian analysis of the TPACK* framework. (*TPACK = Technology, Pedagogy and Content Knowledge)Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Kobayashi SPersonal Development Planning as a means to strengthen supervisory relationships in doctoral educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Kobayashi SI’m just thinking - How learning opportunities are created in doctoral supervisionLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Kohtamäki VDeveloping expertise in higher education administration and management: Perspectives of alumni studentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lamoureux SOne size doesn’t fit all: Pathways into and within higher education institutionsStudent Experience
Lamoureux SEnsuring a quality student experience: we all have our parts to playManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Lauridsen KDiversity in peer groups - the benefits and tensions it may entailStudent Experience
Lauridsen OGuided peer learning in diverse student groupsStudent Experience
Lea MResearching academic literacies in the digital university: considering individual accounts and network practiceDigital University
Leathwood CIn/citing affect in the global higher education market: the emotionality of research policy textsStudent Experience
Liu H“Chinese Model” of Lifelong Education System EstablishmentHigher Education Policy
Locke WAusterity and the academy in England and internationally: market discipline and the restructuring of the academic workforceManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Lopes AThe research-teaching nexus and academic identities in Portuguese nurse educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
M-Zimdars ACan contextual data aid ‘fair admission’?Higher Education Policy
Macfarlane BStudent performativity: how presenteesim, learnerism and globalism are eroding
the freedom to learn
Student Experience
Macfarlane BStudent Performativity: How Presenteesim, Learnerism and Globalism are Eroding the Freedom to LearnHigher Education Policy
Madgali JMeeting new expectations: heads of department as leaders in universities in the Arabian GulfManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
MahdaviMazdeh HWhen to innovate and when to mimic? Responding to disruptive changes in higher educationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Mählk PAcademic mobility at the intersection of development aid and research policy: Mobility and career development of Ph.D. graduates in the Swedish development support to research capacity building in Mozambique 1990 – 2013Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mahoney CThe integration of research, teaching and learning: the impact of national and international collaborations on practice.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Marchenko NInternational collaboration for education of future Arctic expertsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Marginson SHigher education, political cultures and public good: A comparative studyHigher Education Policy
Mawer MShifting concepts of value in UK higher education?Student Experience
McCaIg CChanging the HE landscape or pulling up the ladder?: the impact of Student Number Controls on English higher educationHigher Education Policy
McCowan TThe impact of tertiary education in low and lower-middle income countries: a rigorous reviewHigher Education Policy
McDonnell JCollaborative enquiry and democratic fellowship. Developing a scale-able model of student-lecturer research collaborationStudent Experience
McKenzie LReflective writing: I wouldn’t start from here ….Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McKenzie LTime for a Change? Teacher Educator’s views on the current provisionAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mellström UGlobal horizons and imaginary spaces: travel and experience among transnational students in SwedenAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Memon APutting Competence at the Core: Experiences of using the European Key Competences for Lifelong Learning in Postgraduate Programmes.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Mercer JThe influence of gender on the UK professoriateAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Messenger HA sociocultural perspective on learning for leadership in a global context: a focus on the experience of full-time ‘pre-experience’ MBA studentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Minett-Smith CThe transforming practice of team teachingAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mole DThe Quality Assurance of Higher Education in Hong Kong 1993 to 2013: What have we learned?Higher Education Policy
Montgomery CTransformative assessment cultures in higher education: lessons from DenmarkLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Morgan MWhere has postgraduate study grown? An international comparative analysisStudent Experience
Morley LLost Leaders: Women in the Global AcademyHigher Education Policy
Morrice MManaging Social Differences in Higher Education: Hidden DistinctionsHigher Education Policy
Mudondo TTowards a new paradigm in Higher Education in Zimbabwe: Research and knowledge mobilisation to reposition Polytechnics in the knowledge economyHigher Education Policy
Murray REnabling PhD students to participate as writers in international debatesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Nagarajan SInternationalising Allied Health Education: Challenges to Internationalisation At HomeLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Nesbitt TPrevailing Personal Social Communication Technologies Enhancing Engagement in Large Lectures: From Texting to Mobile Web Enabled DevicesStudent Experience
Nesbitt TAdvantages and Risks of Using Facebook to Communicate with Students: The Christchurch Earthquake ContextStudent Experience
Niemann RPower and gender: analysing the experiences of women for transformed practices in higher education in South AfricaAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ogunkunle ATrends and Transformation of Higher Education in NigeriaManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Olakulehin FThe Limits of Inclusion: Disability and access to higher education in NigeriaHigher Education Policy
Osborne JThe role of performance and narration in translating professional standards into practice: four different analytical models.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Owen CStrategy, identity and Europeanisation: reformulating the past and imagining the future in CEE and SEE universitiesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Owens MUsing Technology and International Learning Opportunities to Enhance the Student Experience and Reflect Professional PracticeStudent Experience
Owens MUsing A Blend of the Technical and the Traditional as a Tools to Encourage Interdisciplinary CollaborationStudent Experience
Owens TNew tablets in old bottles? Do mobile technologies encourage innovative learning and teaching practice?Digital University
Pacquette ARace Cars and the Hellbox: Understanding the Development of Professional Competence among Computer Animation StudentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Papatsiba VWhat drives academics to engage in internationalisation? Motives and 'logics of action' in cross-national collaborative study programmesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Parker JComparing the United Kingdom and United States Undergraduate Curriculum: Analysing Depth Versus BreadthLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Parry GOn the governance of higher education in college systemsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Pashby KGlobal Trends, Global Transformations, and Global Ethics: A Comparative International Study of Internationalization Processes in Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Pegg AUniversity curriculum reform and global influences - examining the concepts of policy borrowing and academic driftHigher Education Policy
Pitt EUnderstanding Student’s Conceptions of Feedback to Improve the Student Learning ExperienceStudent Experience
Pitt RDoctoral employability as read in job advertsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Price MExternal Examiners’ Standards Examined: The practice of external examining in the contemporary quality assurance context of higher educationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Quevedo-Camargo GWashback of Higher Education Language ExamsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Raffe DCross-border study within the UK: a new dimension of inequality?Higher Education Policy
Rath JWhat if the grass is greener? Engaging with academic career options during times of changeAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Rattray JA winding stair: implementing and establishing a common framework for QA in European higher educationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Raven LKey skills and experiences to support art and design HE learning and employabilityLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Reeves JDeveloping employable Postgraduate Researchers: there is more to transferable skills development than delivering courses.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ribeiro FA vast literature on diversity in higher education focuses on issues of race, mobility, ethnicity and institution organisationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Roseaux BThe construction and validation of a mapping instrument for the research-teaching nexus in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Round AAgency and the socio-economic identity of studentsStudent Experience
Round APragmatics for online learning - communicative competence and learning technologiesDigital University
Scaife VFeedback: A thematic analysis of focus group discussion of what students get and what students want.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Schaar BUndergraduate Attitudes Toward Sexual Minorities Based on Religious BeliefsStudent Experience
Schundler HEngaging the "Other" as a Pedagogical Tool for Teaching Intercultural CompetenceLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Sheail PThe digital university: translocal, transtemporalDigital University
Shepherd SAppointing Pro Vice Chancellors in Pre-1992 Universities: The Myth of Managerialism?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Simbűrger E‘Profes taxi’ in Chile: the epitomy of outsourced academic work. A global realityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Smeby JPre-service students’ perceptions of research and inquiryAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Smith DBeyond mass higher education? Transforming policies, institutions and the idea of the university for the 21st CenturyHigher Education Policy
Smith EUndergraduate Perceptions of Social Media Trends: Understanding Meaning Making Within the ‘Digital University’Digital University
Smolentseva AA High Participation System of Higher Education: Does It Provide Equal Opportunity?Higher Education Policy
Solbrekke TProfessional Accreditation in a Climate of ‘Managerial’ Accountability: Teacher Educators’ Strategies, Accountability and Professional Responsibility?Higher Education Policy
Solem MGeoCapabilities: An International Approach to Researching and Improving Teacher Preparation and Leadership in GeographyLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Spowart LCan I just we HAVE to do this?': Exploring staff motivations for applying for HEA fellowshipAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Stevenson J‘It’s as if I am torn into lots of pieces and although all of it is me, none of it is’: religious students stories of not belonging on campusStudent Experience
Tabrizi WPerceptions of learning and teaching quality in Higher Education: developing a culture of co-creation of valueLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Tan ETowards a conceptual model of the ‘teaching-engaged academic’: An interplay between institutional frameworks, academic development provision and epistemological beliefsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Taylor CSitting in the gaps? Exploring the impact of student number controls on college-based higher education in EnglandHigher Education Policy
Taylor NThe role of performance and narration in translating professional standards into practice: Four analytical modelsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Thompson P“From the ‘local’ to the ‘global’: the shift towards new knowledge in creative writing research.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Timmis SBelonging and becoming across boundaries: How medical student work across physical and virtual settings in becoming doctorsStudent Experience
Tomlinson MExploring the impacts of policy changes on student approaches and attitudes to learning in contemporary higher education: implications for student learning engagementStudent Experience
Trahar SBelonging - to What? Longing to Be - What?Student Experience
Turner K« Blast from the past »: how tracing student voice and experience in real-time and across sectors allows for a picture that is bigger than The sum of its partsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Tzanakou CThe personal benefits of the doctorateStudent Experience
Ulriksen LWhat is implied? Exclusion of STEM students by the curriculumStudent Experience
Ulriksen LGap Years – resisting institutional pressureStudent Experience
Väbo AThe gender distribution among foreign academics in the Norwegian HE systemAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Valenzuela CPromoting the teaching-research nexus through digital research tools: a conceptual modelDigital University
Vuori JInstitutional positioning in Finnish higher educationHigher Education Policy
Wan SLive, Serve, Learn: A Critical Reflection on a Journey of an International Service-Learning Programme of a Residential College in Macau, ChinaStudent Experience
Webb SLearning capabilities for the university of ‘hard knocks’: case studies of tensions in compensatory pedagogies in the UK and Australia.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Welikala TA missing voice: students as co-inquirers in higher education researchStudent Experience
Weller SStudents as co-developers of learning and teaching: Conceptualising ‘student voice’ in professional developmentStudent Experience
Wilken LRecognising knowledge in the international classroomStudent Experience
Williams JMarketing postgraduate courses: education or employability?Higher Education Policy
Wilson FAspiring to bridge the gap between A-level and HE: A study of assessments and additional support lessonsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Woodfield SSwimming with ‘academic piranhas’: the transition experiences of senior professional services managers
entering HE from other sectors
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Yee WBelonging and diversity: the role of digital media and new forms of learning interactionsStudent Experience
Ylijoki OHappy in academia - The perspective of academic eliteAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Zimmerman SHow to make better mistakes? Inspiring reflective and innovative teaching through creative approaches to teachers’ learning experiencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Poster SessionAsian Student Mobility In Europe: Chinese And Vietnamese Students Studying In SwitzerlandPoster Session
Poster SessionReconceptualising and Repositioning the Role of the University in Initial Teacher Education in an English UniversityPoster Session
Poster SessionCreating and sustaining Knowledge Transfer in a post-92 UniversityPoster Session
Poster SessionPrioritising Third Stream Activity: the gap between University intentions and academic perceptionsPoster Session
Aamodt PResults of Higher Education: Learning Outcomes – perspectives on a moving target?Higher Education Policy
Abrams JTopic: Governance and the New Universities during a period of change a Case Study in the United Kingdom.Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Ainley PThe Neuordnung in English Higher Education, Consequences and possibilitiesHigher Education Policy
Akerlind GLearning and teaching of generic skills and graduate attributes: ‘professionalism’ as a case exampleStudent Experience
Aldous DUnderstanding the contested processes of knowledge-practice mediation within Further to Higher Education transitionsStudent Experience
Anchor JLearning and Earning: A comparison of first year and final year Business School students’ salary expectations.Higher Education Policy
Annala JNarratives of change in developing curriculum in higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Archdeacon AWhat is Higher Education For? Shared and contested ambitionsStudent Experience
Asghar MLet’s Talk: Staff and Student Experiences of Dialogue Days, a Student Engagement Activity.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Ashwin PThe project arose from an SRHE Donald Bligh funded workshop series on newer researchers in higher education.Higher Education Policy
Ashwin PRethinking the Quality of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in terms of Students’ Engagement with Academic Knowledge.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Bamber PBecoming cosmopolitan: connecting the local and the global for transformative higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Baughan‘Common themes’ and ‘missing pieces’: a reinterpretation of existing research on postgraduate teaching development programmesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Bessant CThe focus of this paper is on the role of the ‘first line manager academic’ (FLMA), in the context of Butterfield et al’s (2005) assertion that the role of the first line
manager is largely unexplored in the broader story of the impact of New Public
Management (NPM) on management roles in the public sector, and addressing
Mercer’s (2009) proposition that there are virtually no studies looking at ‘junior
academic-managers’ in the HE sector.
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Black KWhy students don’t attend classes. Engagement with learning in an age of uncertaintiesStudent Experience
Blackmore PWorking with academic motivation: Sharing expertiseAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Blackwell RUniversities: A supply chain for industry?Higher Education Policy
Bloch RMore Students and Better Teaching? Teaching at German Universities between Capacity and QualityManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Bohrer JWhat is quality assurance for?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Borup RThe Tri-partite Relationship between Higher Education, Employers and Learners for Academic Qualifications through Work Based Learning (WBL)Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Boulton HTrainee Teachers As Practitioner ResearchersStudent Experience
Boulton HIt's easier to use my phone': An exploration of the use of mobile technology to communicate course information with Trainee TeachersLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Boz CEnhancing dialogic space in and beyond the tutorialLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Brewer GEnhancing the Undergraduate Research ExperienceStudent Experience
Brown RMarkets and the Promotional UniversityHigher Education Policy
Brown SChanging the experiences of Masters level learning through improving assessment;Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Burke CMaintaining the role of habitus in graduate employmentManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Burke P-JIdentity Formation, Pedagogical Practices and Widening ParticipationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Burkinshaw PThe under-representation of women at Vice Chancellor level in UK Higher Education: silent and strange voicesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Callender CPolicy discourses about HE in FE posit distinct advantages of FECs over HEIs, in relation to: accessibility; vocational and flexible provision; learning ‘ethos’ and environment; costs; and widening participation (HEFCE 2006, QAA, 2006, BIS, 2011).Higher Education Policy
Cannell PHigher education policy in Scotland and the implications for part-time studyHigher Education Policy
Carasso HAre degrees worth higher fees? Perceptions of potential undergraduates on the financial benefits of entering higher educationHigher Education Policy
Celani GIncorporating professional knowledge in undergraduate curricula – an innovative program at Unicamp-BrazilLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Chambers AThe field of study can be described in broad terms as professional identity. More specifically it is concerned with understanding the ways in which student physiotherapists construct a particular professional identity within a professional context that places increasing emphasis on interprofessionalism and collaborative working (DH 2000; 2001; 2002; 2009; Barr 1998, 2007).Student Experience
Chen SReconceptualising Critical ThinkingLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Chen YWho deserves a better life? Expansion, access and social equality in Chinese Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Chiang KIs higher education not to be trusted or is the government unable to trust? Analysis from a Simmelian perspectiveManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Chirikov IGoing World-class Through Merger: How the State Affects Identity Formation in Russian Flagship UniversitiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Clarke JStart From the Outside and Work In; Non-traditional Students, Networking and the Accumulation of Social CapitalHigher Education Policy
Clayton SThe literature of academic identity is well represented in the sociology of Higher Education.Higher Education Policy
Cotnam MSymposium: We all have our parts to play: The roles of students, peer-mentors and administration in creating pathways to higher education and student success for minority-language studentsStudent Experience
Court SHandle with care – why the student:staff ratio may be a misleading indicatorLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Coverdale AThe benefits of social media for doctoral researchersAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Crawford KPositioning ourselves for research and teaching: a cross-country analysis of academic formationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Crawford KHigher Education as a public good: Pushing forward, pushing boundariesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
David MFeminist Passions and Pedagogies: what is the future in the global academy?Higher Education Policy
Davies PCultural capital, graduate premium expectations and higher education choicesHigher Education Policy
Deegan JIn this paper I discuss the enduring question of re-imagining initial teacher education, with a focus on recent developments in the primary sector in Ireland.Higher Education Policy
Deem RThe project arose from an SRHE Donald Bligh funded workshop series on newer researchers in higher education.Higher Education Policy
Devlin MHigher education learning for all, or just for those ‘in the know’? Sociocultural knowing and success for Australian students from low socioeconomic statusLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Devlin MHigher education leadership for teaching and learning enhancement: Shared insights from the Australian contextManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Diaz AEngineering Of Higher Education SystemsHigher Education Policy
Dismore HAttitudes towards learning of former apprentices who progress to higher education: a critical realist approachLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Donina DThe Reform of Italian University Governance: Small Steps towards a Market-Oriented Model?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Dutton KTeaching Philosophies: understanding culture through expressed values.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Edwards AThe Place of History in Education StudiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Enders JThe Academic Arms Race: International Rankings and Global CompetitionHigher Education Policy
Evans LThe dawn of a new academic professionalism in France? Facing the challenges of imposed reformAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Evans LProfessorial academic leadership in turbulent times: the professoriate’s perspectiveAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fincher SNon-storied narrative: anonymous academic diariesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Fiserova JExpected returns are estimated in line with expected risk when evaluating investment in assets and/or portfolios in the field of finance.Higher Education Policy
Floyd AInter-professional identities and cultures in Education, Health and Social Care: implications for higher education research and practiceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Floyd AFocusing the kaleidoscope: Investigating the newly formed role of “Academic Lead” at a research-led UniversityManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Foskett KIndian voices – Foreign study  More than just the post graduate programme.Student Experience
Frances CThe Alarming Rise of the For-Profit Sector in the United States: Contested Ideas About What Higher Education Is For !!!Higher Education Policy
Francis JPick a card - real time elicitative evaluationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
G-Rodríguez BA model for managing the “social appeal” of a university: Satisfaction and Reputation as mechanisms of behavioral intentionsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Gaio Santos GResearch on careers has become more diverse as well as complex. Such a complexity has evolved along two dimensions.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gallo MHigher Education over a Lifespan: A Gown to Grave assessment of a lifelong relationship between Universities and their graduatesStudent Experience
García-Almeida DKnowledge recipients’ proactivity as a determinant of knowledge absorption in cooperative learning experiences in higher educationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Gaskell CUnderstanding Satellite Campuses in the UKLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Gedye SThere is increasing emphasis during the doctorate on the process of academic development in its broadest sense; not only concerned with the production of a thesis but with experience in a range of other contexts including teaching and administration (McAlpine & Åkerlind, 2010; Roberts, 2002).Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gilbert AWhat does the escalating number of part-time teachers in the workforce mean for Higher Education?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Girotto MHow academic managers talk about strategy process: roles, practices and rationales of strategy engagementManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Golovushkina EEnhancing learning and employability of doctoral candidates in social sciences: results
of a mixed methods study
Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gornall L‘Research on academic work matters to the scholars undertaking the study too!’Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gourlay LCuration, combat or coping? Student entanglements with technologies in HE.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Gouthro PDisciplinary Boundaries and Creative Pedagogical PracticesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Gracia LExploring feedback with students: A telling account?Student Experience
Green DNegotiating competing visions: Educational development in the strange middle groundAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Green PStudent engagement and graduate level employability: An empirical investigation into the impact of a work placement year.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Griffioen DAcademic Drift Evaluated: A Staff PerspectiveHigher Education Policy
Groeben AHigher Education's new Mission - The Emergence of Service LearningHigher Education Policy
Guzman CUtopias and imagination: Creating new time and space in universitiesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Harrison NPersonality and place: two neglected concepts in thinking on widening participation to higher education and social mobilityHigher Education Policy
Hayashi TNew Challenge for Quality Assurance Framework in Japanese Graduate EducationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Hayton APromoting diversity in creative arts education: The case of Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of LondonAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Heil BThe role of Partnership and Informal Learning in HE Workplace EngagementAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hey VStand and Deliver?: Affect Overload & Intersected AntagonismsHigher Education Policy
Higdon RWhat is a degree for? – Using students’ contributions to explore meaningful models of employability for creative degrees, creative aspirations and creative work.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Higgins TTheoretical and empirical modelling of change in academic practiceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Higson HHow do you encourage student engagement in placement in placement learning?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Hillier YShared and disputed ambitions in the FE/HE interface: The development of VET practitionersHigher Education Policy
Hinchliffe GEmployability: a capability approachManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Hine AIn Australian universities, there is an increasing recognition of the need to provide opportunity, excellence and wider participation of a variety of students in the Higher Education experience.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Holmes CHigher education, the recession and austerity: efficiency in the inputs and outputs of the graduate production processHigher Education Policy
Holmes LGraduate employability and employment: contestation and perspectivesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Homes LBecoming a leader in higher education as an identity projectManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Hounsell DWhat Makes for Constructive Feedback to Students?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Hovdhaugen ETighter study program structures and study progression: weak effects of new structuresHigher Education Policy
Hurlow SNegotiating The Employability DiscourseStudent Experience
James N‘The access course could change your life’: Capturing mature students’ understandings and expectations of Access to Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Jameson JReferring to a number of data collections done by the authors and others on student learning experiences in HE, looking at the views of pre-entry students and their parents, undergraduate students, academic staff and employers, (see Jameson et al 2009; Strudwick and Jameson 2010; Purcell et al 2010), this paper discusses the dynamic and competitive landscape of current HE provision in the UK.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Jameson JSocrates, Barefoot Leadership and Trust in English Higher Education in an Age of AusterityManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Johnes GThe Impact Of Institutional Student Support On Graduation Rates In PhD ProgrammesStudent Experience
Jones JEvaluating the impact of a Welsh Government lead education intervention: Economic regeneration or ‘soft’ outcome success?Higher Education Policy
K CEngagement versus Satisfaction: Approaches to Measuring the Student ExperienceStudent Experience
Kandiko CWhy work in academia? A comparative analysis of motivation and prestige factors of academics in different national contexts.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kandiko CWhat are student experience surveys for? Shared and contested ambitionsStudent Experience
Kelly JEnvisaging a Future: Enhanced TransitionLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Kinchin IThis work builds on the application of a vast body of research that has used concept mapping to illustrate the
structure of knowledge – structure that is often overlooked, or masked by common teaching practices.
Student Experience
King VMapping new lecturers’ shared and contested identities: a collaborative inquiryAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Kitagawa FKnowledge Exchange and Impact: A comparison of policy incentives and diverging spatial relationships in the UK Higher EducationHigher Education Policy
Knowler HExploring the assessment experiences of postgraduate ‘international’ students: developing ‘culturally sensitive’ practicesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Kotta LThe University of Queensland’s faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT) recently undertook a review of the engineering curriculum to study and report on the nature of the UQ Engineering experience.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
L Ackfelt A“The words we say will teach, if we practise what we preach: Developing a new discourse to encourage cultural changes in higher education.”Higher Education Policy
Lamoureux SSymposium: We all have our parts to play: The roles of students, peer-mentors and administration in creating pathways to higher education and student success for minority-language studentsStudent Experience
Leathwood CResearch Policy and Academic Performativity: Compliance, contestation and complicityAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lee AWhat can four international case studies teach us about the doctoral process?Higher Education Policy
Lee GThe Role of dual sector universities in widening participation: part of the solution or part of the problem?Higher Education Policy
Lees RInvestigating Staff Opinion of the Module Evaluation ProcessAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Lewin DThis paper takes the view that the University is a place of education – not only of learning; a place where formation and transformation of students can and should take place.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Li HHow to understand the gap between practice and theory when making education innovation?Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Locke WWhat are academics for? Enduring perceptions and key challengesHigher Education Policy
Macfarlane BThe Surveillance of Learning: a critical analysis of university student attendance policiesStudent Experience
Malcolm JNot here, not now: reconstructing academic work from a distanceAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Malette ASymposium: We all have our parts to play: The roles of students, peer-mentors and administration in creating pathways to higher education and student success for minority-language studentsStudent Experience
Mannay DCreating a community of learning: engendering opportunities for equality across the academic and student divideStudent Experience
Marshall SWhat can we learn from surveys such as those reported in ‘Academically Adrift’?Higher Education Policy
McAlpine LFor a number of years, my colleagues and I have been documenting the experiences of doctoral students, researchers and new lecturers as they navigate careers and seek employment within (and sometimes beyond) the academy.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
McAlpine LRhythms of work: Spatially- and socially- located research practices among sciences doctoral studentsAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
McCaig CNew OFFA Access Agreements and the National Scholarship Programme: Ramifications for Access to English Higher educationHigher Education Policy
McCash PRe-designing work-related learning in higher educationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
McCullough DThe Research of Work-Related Learning for the Improvement of Practice; An Overview and a New DirectionAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
McKenzie LThe literature on teacher education consistently refers to the value of reflection as a means of developing practice (LSDA, 2003; Harkin, 2005; Pollard, 2005; Hillier, 2012).Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Mewburn ICurrent debates about the purposes of higher education often construct a binary between an older ideal of a Humboltian university dedicated to the greater public good and a modernised institution serving the needs of the knowledge economy (e.g. Holmwood, 2011).Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Mitterle A“They don’t show up” The role of hidden teachers in sustaining teaching in German higher educationStudent Experience
Mole DThe Hong Kong Education Reform: the End of the BeginningHigher Education Policy
Monk CThe role of Peer-Supported Development within the changing face of Higher Education teaching and learningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Morley LIs Higher Education Leadership an Identity Cage for Women?Higher Education Policy
Morris KFramed by the lifelong learning, workforce skills and widening participation agendas and underpinned by the Robbins principle that higher education courses should be available to all those who are qualified and wish to study, mature entry to university has risen from approximately 10 per cent of all graduates and diploma holders in 1980 (Department for Education and Employment, 1992)1 to nearly a third of the undergraduate student body today (HESA, 2009-10).Student Experience
Mudondo TAn Investigation into the challenges of Knowledge Management in Zimbabwean higher education.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Murray RWhat is academic writing for? Exploring resistance to research assessmentAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Musaeus PMoral Emotions And Academic Teaching And LearningHigher Education Policy
Naidoo RBranding Higher Education: Academic Struggles with Promotional WorkHigher Education Policy
Nesbitt TSMS Messaging Enhancing Student Engagement in Large Lectures: A New Zealand Based StudyLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Nokkala TLinkages between university autonomy and success of European university systemsHigher Education Policy
O'Siochru CThe Position of Psychology in Education Studies - Why do we need to teach psychology in Education Studies?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Oliver MAssessment Careers: towards a vision of post-modularisationLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Osborn JShaping student psychological contracts; what lecturers really have to say.Student Experience
Owens MEmbedding Research into a Practice-Based, Creative CourseStudent Experience
Owens MFECs make an important contribution to the delivery of HE in England (and an even more important contribution in Scotland). There are currently as many students taking HE courses in FECs as there were in the entire HE system at the time of the Robbins report which triggered the major post-war expansion of HE in the United Kingdom (Scott 2009).Higher Education Policy
Papatsiba VChanging academic collaboration in European social science research? Externally-driven imperative or perennial workings of the ‘invisible college’?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Parker-Rees JDeveloping Sustainable Student CommunitiesStudent Experience
Parry GWhether vocational training and further education are located inside or outside the higher education system, the move from mass to near-universal participation has seen wider sets of relationships between colleges and universities together with overlap in their missions and activities (Moodie 2008).Higher Education Policy
Pereira-Puga MModeling Perceived Quality of Graduate Students in Higher Education.
Possibilities and Advantages of a New Viewpoint: The Graduates.
Management, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Petrov GLeadership Ambitions: discovering and developing academic leader and manager ‘identity’ and ability in Higher EducationManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Phillips RThe Burden of Responsibility: The Potential Negative Impacts of a Cross Institutional Peer Mentoring Programme.Student Experience
Pinheiro RStrategic actor-hood and institutional transformation – the case of a Nordic UniversityManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Quinlan KTransformative Learning in First Year Engineering: How do we know it has happened?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Raddon AThis paper reports on a research project the purpose of which was to explore the experiences and career trajectories of a set of newer researchers in higher education (NRHEs), each of whom was a former recipient of the Society for Research in Higher Education’s ‘Prize for Newer Researchers’.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Raffe DPatterns of Differentiation in UK Higher Education, 1996-2010Higher Education Policy
Raffe DOne system or four? Cross-border applications and entries to full-time undergraduate courses in the UK since devolutionHigher Education Policy
Rattray JThe challenge of facilitating and promoting undergraduate students’ engagement with some of the central concepts within their respective academic disciplines is an issue that university teachers are continually faced with.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Rattray JResearch within the field of Higher Education governance and management identifies a shift in the nature of institutional governance that has been taking place over the past twenty yearsManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Richardson MCan Higher Education contribute to recovery in mental health? The barriers, challenges, experiences and outcomes of a widening access model within mental health.Student Experience
Robinson JWhat the Council for the Defence of British Universities could learn from William James and Jacques Derrida on the raison d’être of the UniversityHigher Education Policy
Robinson JUniversities accounting for themselvesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Roed JThe Collegial Gaze in Doctoral SupervisionHigher Education Policy
Round AThe emerging learner and financial identities of young students under the 2012 funding regimeStudent Experience
Sadler IWhat is feedback for? Using dialogic concept mapping to research academics’ understanding of feedback.Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Salter DDefining and Supporting Professional Doctorates in Higher EducationAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Schofield CHigher Education Provision In A Crowded MarketplaceHigher Education Policy
Scurry TLife in the graduate graveyards: exploring graduates’ experiences of underemployment and evaluations of career successManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Segrott JIn this paper we explore the possibilities that Twitter offers for building communities of academic writers, and enhancing the quality of our writing.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Shawcross JTowards a skills development frameworkLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Sinclair AThe Discourse of Success and Failure; Pedagogical Tools for Learner EngagementStudent Experience
Solem MCareer goals, pathways, and competencies of geography graduate students in the United StatesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Spray EResearch students’ experiences of Academic Literacies developmentLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Stevenson JBlack and Minority Ethnic students at Russell Group universities: exploring the link between
‘Possible Selves’ and degree attainment
Student Experience
Suto IHow well prepared are new undergraduates for university study? An investigation of lecturers’ perceptions and experiencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Sutrisno AHigher education for capacity development or revenue maximisation? Lessons from transnational higher education programs at two Indonesian universitiesManagement, Leadership, Governance & Quality
Swain JStudent Voices – disengaged, controlled, empowered?Student Experience
Tait MAcademic development in an academic community: warrant, legitimacy and assessing consequenceLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Tarrant APhD2Published as transformative online space: Platforms for pedagogical innovation, career progression and critical examinations of academic publishing.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Temple PFurther education colleges’ (FECs) funding for undergraduate education has come through two routes: either funded student numbers allocated to the FEC directly from HEFCE (just as a university would receive them, though in smaller numbers) or, more usually, via what are known as franchise arrangements with a university, which transfers some of its own funded higher education student numbers to the FEC, which then recruits and teaches the students.Higher Education Policy
Thompson PThe adoption of ‘holographic’ procedures in creative writing researchAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Thorpe AEngaging higher education students in voluntary activities through digital technology and interactive marketing – an exercise in technohesion.Student Experience
Tolmie FThe potential consequences for successful transition of the messages contained in university websites about the nature and purpose of undergraduate education.Student Experience
Turner GDoctoral labour and work-life balance: the who, where and how of the academic labour of doctoral students in the social sciencesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
Turner KSymposium: We all have our parts to play: The roles of students, peer-mentors and administration in creating pathways to higher education and student success for minority-language studentsStudent Experience
Turner RStrangers in a lost land: new lecturers experiences of the first year of teaching in a UK university.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Ursin JThe Finnish higher education system is based on the Nordic welfare ideology in which education is regarded as public good.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
V d Rijst RThe research-teaching nexus: Does discipline matter?Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Van Winkel MUnderstanding lecturers’ development in novel researcher roles in the context of new universities in transition. A longitudinal, qualitative analysis of weekly written narratives.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Waller RHigher education, social class and the mobilisation of capitalsStudent Experience
Walsh JThe Hunt Report and Higher Education Policy: ‘An Irish solution to an Irish problem?’Higher Education Policy
Weinbren DBonding for lifelong learning: former students’ perceptions of the impact of their university education on their subsequent learningLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Welikala TCowen (1996) predicted that in late-modernity the international market would define the purposes, the content of education, the structure and pedagogic approaches.Student Experience
Wesson CConscientious behaviour is a predictor of academic outcome in Foundation Programme studentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Westhead MCan Higher Education in the UK Live Up to Its “Potential?”Higher Education Policy
Westrup RWriting by Numbers? Exploring the role of essay writing and assessment in the construction of students’ identitiesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Whitchurch CThe implications of diversifying institutional agendas for staffing models and practicesAcademic Practice, Work and Cultures
White MAn Education Studies Curriculum for Active Students: Engaging with the DisciplinesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Williams JProblematising the Public Good in Higher Education PolicyHigher Education Policy
Williams JPromoting the University: constructing students as consumersHigher Education Policy
Wilson AMaking the development of critical thinking visible in undergraduate research experiencesLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Wilson IThe experience conundrum: impact on programme design for parttime industrial, experienced studentsLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Wilson LConsidering “what is higher education for” opens a vast selection of territories to choose from and within this embodiment exists the part-time faculty who Becher and Trowler (2001:18) identified as central to the operation over a decade ago and who continue to be an important part of the community that make up higher education.Academic Practice, Work and Cultures
Wilson-Medhurst SWhere are we going and how will we know if we’ve ‘arrived’: creating a shared vision of quality?Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Wintrup J‘You’ll make a great Social Worker’: Friendship, feedback and the formation of a professional identity in Higher EducationStudent Experience
Yakavenka AExploring Social Networks of PG students to Enhance University Learning ExperienceLearning, Teaching & Assessment
Zaitseva EKeeping the students satisfied: a longitudinal, comparative, institutional analysis of survey free-text comments.Student Experience
Zimdars AFrom university to the legal Bar: how does university attended influence the chances of success for pupillages?Higher Education Policy
Zou THigh Academic Standard with Undesired Result: the Quandary of Quality Management in Higher EducationLearning, Teaching & Assessment