Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education

Learning Development is a field of practice concerned with how students learn and how they make sense of academic conventions. JLDHE is published by the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE). For further details follow the link to the association's website The latest issue was published in March 2015.

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No 10 (2016)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF


Perception of academic learning environments and perceived impact on articulation of employability skills; a mixed methods study PDF
Catherine Hayes, Siobhan Devlin, Diane Westwood, Iain Garfield, Philip Beardmore, David Archer, Michael Collins, Lewis Bingle
Towards an inclusive classroom psycho-geography: why it matters where students choose to sit PDF
Richard Henry Reynolds
Tell me what you want, what you really, really want PDF
Paul Rice, Robert Farmer
Active learning in higher education as a restorative practice: a lecturer’s reflections PDF
Emma Roberts

Case Studies

Extended Science: a powerful tool in widening participation PDF
David John Harwood
Using stories to understand clinical placement learning: a pilot study PDF
Kirsten Jack, Claire Hamshire

Opinion Pieces

Hacking assignment practice: finding creativity and power in the fissures and cracks of learning and teaching PDF
Sandra Abegglen, Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield


Book review: Emerging strategies for supporting student learning by Barbara Allan PDF
Helena Beeson
Book review: The complete guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism (third edition) by Colin Neville PDF
Jason Eyre
Book Review: Learning with the labyrinth: creating reflective space in higher education, edited by Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss PDF
Alison James, Sue Watling
Book review: Critical thinking skills for healthcare by Stephanie McKendry. PDF
Moira Lewitt

ISSN: 1759-667X