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 March 2015.

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No 11 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
 

Papers

Evaluating retrospective experiential learning as process in scholarship on a work based professional doctorate PDF
John Fulton, Catherine Hayes
Development and evaluation of an online learning object to improve pre-registration nursing students’ knowledge and engagement with pre-operative fasting PDF
Stuart Roberts, Richard Windle
The big picture: mining the student data resource to inform learning development provision PDF
Elizabeth Tanguay, Peter Hanratty

Case Studies

Using Learning Dimensions within the Effective Life-long Leaning Inventory (ELLI) as Indicators of Academic Success in Biosciences PDF
Suad Salih Awad, Mirela Cuculescu-Santana
Using two languages to inform and inspire: a case study using bilingual digital technology to educate healthcare students demonstrating the importance of language choice in enhancing communication and patient care in Wales PDF
Beryl Cooledge, Peggy Murphy
Student as researcher: Rethinking how to make research methods interesting for students PDF
Alison Marie Rodriguez, Sarah Jane Daly

Opinion Pieces

Holiploigy – Navigating the complexity of teaching in Higher Education PDF
Phil Wood


ISSN: 1759-667X
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