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 www.aldinhe.ac.uk. The latest issue was published in November 2013.

No 6 (2013)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Andrew Doig, Amanda French, Andy Hagyard, John Hilsdon, Stephanie McKendry, Moira Maguire
Revolution by stealth: The impact of learning development on democratising intelligence through constructive approaches to student support. PDF
Stella Maria Cottrell

Papers

Negotiating feedback: lecturer perceptions of feedback dissatisfaction PDF
Adam Burns
“I am just so delighted – now I know I can do it!”- How collaboration between Nurse Lecturers and Academic Skills Tutors promotes students’ confidence PDF
Celia Butters, Sheila Kerfoot, Peggy Murphy, Alison Williams
Developing criteria to assess graduate attributes in students' work for their disciplines PDF
Kate Chanock
Learning beyond the classroom: biomedical science students’ narratives of volunteering and developing employability skills. PDF
Sheila Cunningham, Deeba Gallacher
Challenging Assumptions about IT skills in Higher Education PDF
Lyn G Farrell
Lego Serious Play: a three-dimensional approach to learning development PDF
Alison Rosemary James
Variation in students’ experience of learning in an accelerated, residential, study abroad setting in comparison to their traditional HE experience PDF
Jane MacKenzie, Jane Pritchard
Why is research still invisible in further education PDF
Carla Solvason, Geoffrey Elliott

Case Studies

Using the exploration of a story to consider the meaning of becoming older PDF
Kirsten Jack

Opinion Pieces

Making a case for behaviour based learning strategies in supporting students’ academic performance PDF
Maeve Ann Gallagher, Niamh Flynn
Incorporating audio feedback to enhance inclusivity of courses PDF
Sue Wilkinson

Interviews

Deleuze and collaborative writing as method of inquiry PDF
Ken Gale, Helen Bowstead

Reviews

Only Connect: discovery pathways, library explorations and the information adventure PDF
Helena Beeson
Student engagement: identity, motivation and community PDF
Craig Whittaker


ISSN: 1759-667X
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