This research, undertaken by the Open University, set out to investigate the part-time student experience of higher education across the UK, in the context of a well-publicised contraction in the s
|Challenges for part-time learners.pdf||811.27 KB|
A new survey commissioned by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and the Higher Education Academy (HEA) reveals that students believe they benefit in many ways from studying alongside peop
This report is published as the result of a range of investigations and debates involving many universities and colleges and a series of meetings, presentations, discussions and consultations.
Teaching excellence is at the centre of national and international higher education policy.
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This study, commissioned by the HEA and the QAA focuses on directed independent learning practices in UK higher education.
|Effective practice in the design of directed independent learning opportunities.pdf||1.02 MB|
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This research project was commissioned by the UK Higher Education International Unit (IU) and the Higher Education Academy (HEA) in June 2014 to explore academic perspectives on the outcomes of outward mobility...
Author: Kath Bridger, BSV Associates Ltd
Research into MOOCs – massive, open, online courses – is proliferating as they become increasingly popular in the UK.
Author: Julie Wintrup, Kelly Wakefield, Debra Morris, Hugh Davis
This study sets out to answer the question: how can we know what learning is taking place in MOOCs?
Author: Julie Wintrup, Kelly Wakefield, Hugh Davis
Peer-led academic learning has increased in importance, but there is little sense of how many institutions support it, how they understand its purposes or what peer-led learning best practice is.