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 9 (2015)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Andrew Doig, Amanda French, Andy Hagyard, John Hilsdon, Stephanie McKendry, Moira Maguire


Investigating the Relationship between Extracurricular Activities, Learning Approaches and Academic Outcomes in Chinese Sub-degree Students PDF
Yiu Kong Ringo Chan
e-Assessment for Learning in Higher Education: Is it a wolf in sheep’s clothing? PDF
Jennifer Charteris, Frances Quinn, Mitchell Parkes, Peter Fletcher, Vicente Chua Reyes
Self-efficacy, feedback and feedforward PDF
John Cowan
Student views of using e-learning tools to facilitate independent learning of anatomy and physiology PDF
Fiona Elizabeth Roberts

Case Studies

Anecdotal to actual: identifying users of learning development to inform future practice PDF
Avril Buchanan
Profiling sports therapy students' preferred learning styles within a clinical education context PDF
Christopher Holland, Claire D Mills

Opinion Pieces

Peer-led academic learning: a global network PDF
Chris Keenan

ISSN: 1759-667X