Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences (ELiSS)
Edited by Emeritus Professor Anthony Rosie, Sheffield Hallam University.
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Where’s the next issue?
The next issue of ELiSS will be published on this site in PDF only. When the new platform launches, HTML versions will be available as well.
Welcome to ELiSS, Enhancing Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences. The mission of ELiSS is to provide a forum for pedagogic research within the social sciences, and to utilise the opportunities afforded by new technologies to present this research in new and innovative ways. We plan to publish a range of academic papers, practice papers and reports of developments in teaching and learning.
Please email Anthony Rosie.
Along with your article, please send us a signed copy of the contributor’s agreement. You can download this pdf file, sign it and return the paper copy to Jenny Louise-Lawrence, The Higher Education Academy, Innovation Way, Heslington York, YO10 5BR. We would also welcome scanned, signed copies sent by email to Jenny Louise-Lawrence but please also send your paper copy. In the event that your article is not accepted for publication, we shall destroy this agreement.
Please ensure you include a cover sheet (see instructions for authors) with your submission, indicate on your cover sheet you have completed the contributors agreement.
Call for papers
Volume 5, Issue 2
Pedagogies, Rights, the Pedagogic Subject. To be published on the new web platform Summer 2013.
Volume 5, Issue 3
Open Issue. To be published on the new web platform Winter 2013
Volume 5, 2013
Volume 5 Issue 1. Practices in Teaching Collaborations. This edition will be published soon. Email email@example.com if you would like an email alert when this edition goes live.
List of articles
‘Developing the concept of Digital Literacy in the context of Schools and Teacher Education’
Dr. Anna Gruszczynska, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, Richard Pountney, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
‘The enhancement of student success and engagement through collaborative student/staff online networking’
Panni Poh Yoke Loh. Sheffield Hallan University, UK
‘While you were sleeping: Realising the dream of international collaborative teaching’
Dr Kathrine Johnson, University of West Florida, USA, Dr Liz Frondigoun, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, Dr Helen Jones, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
‘Collaborations in higher education with employers and their influence on graduate employability; an institutional project.’
Dr Simon O’Leary, Regent’s College London, UK
‘Learning beyond the curriculum: PLE and the development of soft skills’
Mónica Aresta, University of Aveiro, Portugal, Luís Pedro, University of Aveiro, Portugal, António Moreira, University of Aveiro, Portugal, Carlos Santos, University of Aveiro, Portugal