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This report sets out a summary of the key themes covered in the literature on linkages between disciplinary differences and research practices, linkages between disciplinary differences and teaching and learning and the nature of the “teaching-research nexus”.
This is an EvidenceNet summary of 'Linking teaching and research in disicplines and departments', A Jenkins, M Healey and R Zetter April 2007.
The project aimed to identify, map and report on progression opportunities for students doing HE in FE in the health (Health, Social Care and Early Years) and IT/computing and engineering sectors.
This report is an outcome of a facilitative change programme, Developing and Embedding Inclusive Policy and Practice in Higher Education, involving ten higher education institutional teams and led by the Higher Education Academy.
Aims to explore the various factors that influenced the outcomes of an orientation course for nurses and midwives entering higher education for the first time.
In the UK, most initial nurse and teacher education is provided by university departments working in partnership with local health trusts and schools.
This document responds to the Goverment White Paper - '21st Century Skills: Realising our Potential' on the planning and delivering of learning and skills for work.
This paper is of a complex and challenging collaboration. It aims to explore the challenges to both higher education (HE) and commissioners that stimulated different thinking and creative ways of delivering learning, assessing and the consequent impact on practice through a collaborative programme.
This paper examines BSc Physiotheraphy students' experiences of developing their neurological observational and analytical skills using a blend of traditional classroom activiites and computer based materials at the University of Birmingham.
The Crichton University Campus is a unique multi-institutional and multi-partner FE/HE Campus that offers opportunities at all levels, to students and organisations in the South West of Scotland. This area previously lacked such provision.