Items where SHU Author is "Mccaig, Colin"

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MCCAIG, Colin (2014). The retreat from widening participation? : the National Scholarship Programme and new access agreements in English higher education. Studies in Higher Education. (In Press)

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MCCAIG, Colin and TAYLOR, Carol (2014). Evaluating the impact of number controls, choice and competition : an analysis of the student profile and the student learning environment in the new higher education landscape. Discussion Paper. Colin McCaig. (Unpublished)

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MCCAIG, Colin and HARRISON, Neil (2014). An ecological fallacy in higher education policy: the use, overuse and misuse of 'low participation neighbourhoods'. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-27. (In Press)

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MCCAIG, Colin and TAYLOR, Carol (2013). Evaluating the impact of student number controls, choice and competition on the changing HE landscape. In: Society for Research into Higher Education Annusl Conference, Celtic Manor, Newport, South Wales, 10-13th December 2013. (Unpublished)

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ADNETT, N., MCCAIG, C., SLACK, K. and BOWERS-BROWN, T. (2011). Achieving "transparency, consistency and fairness" in English HE admissions: progress since Schwartz? Higher education quarterly, 65 (1), 12-33.

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MCCAIG, C. (2011). Trajectories of higher education system differentiation: structural policymaking and the impact of tuition fees in England and Australia. Journal of education and work, 24 (1-2), 7-25.

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COLDWELL, Michael, MAXWELL , Brownwen and MCCAIG, Colin (2010). Cultures of career development: senior leaders' and early career teachers' views of career. In: BERA Annual Conference September 2010, Unviersity of Warwick, September 2010. 1-20.

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MCCAIG, C. (2010). Access agreements, widening participation and market positionality: enabling student choice? In: MOLESWORTH, M., NIXON, E. and SCULLION, R., (eds.) The marketisation of higher education and the student as consumer. Routledge.

MCCAIG, C. and DAHLBERG, L. (2010). Dissemination. In: MCCAIG, C. and DAHLBERG, L., (eds.) Practical research and evaluation: a start-to-finish guide for practitioners. Sage, 219-237.

MCCAIG, C. (2010). Research and evaluation design. In: MCCAIG, C. and DAHLBERG, L., (eds.) Practical research and evaluation: a start-to-finish guide for practitioners. 2010, Sage, 29-40.

MCCAIG, C. and DAHLBERG, L. (2010). Writing a research proposal or brief. In: MCCAIG, C. and DAHLBERG, L., (eds.) Practical research and evaluation: a start-to-finish guide for practitioners. Sage, 59-75.

MCCAIG, C. and ADNETT, N. (2009). English universities, additional fee income and access agreements: their impact on widening participation and fair access. British Journal Of Educational Studies, 57 (1), 18-36.

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LARSON, A., GARLAND, P. and MCCAIG, C. (2009). How can the concepts of habitus and field help us to understand the engagement of educational workers in higher Education? In: European conference of education research, Vienna, 28-30 September 2009. (Submitted)

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MCCAIG, C. (2009). OFFA Access Agreements, bursaries and 'fair access' to higher education - opening up a new front in the WP wars? In: BERA annual conference, Manchester, 2-5 September 2009. 1-23. (Submitted)

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MCCAIG, C. and ADNETT, N. (2008). Variable tuition fees and widening participation: the marketing of English institutions through access agreements. In: British Educational Research Association annual conference, September 3-6 2008.

MCCAIG, C. and BOWERS-BROWN, T. (2007). Aimhigher: achieving social justice? In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Institute of Education, University of London, September 5-8 2007.

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MCCAIG, Colin, STEVENS, Anna and BOWERS-BROWN, Tamsin (2006). Does Aimhigher work? evidence from the national evaluation. In: Higher Education Research Network, Sheffield, 2006. 1-16. (Submitted)

MCCAIG, C. and SMITH, M. (2006). Technology supported learning and teaching: a staff perspective. In: O'DONOGHUE, J., (ed.) Technology supported learning and teaching: a staff perspective. USA, Information Science Publishing, 106-124.

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