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ASHWORTH, P. D., FREEWOOD, M. and MACDONALD, R. (2003). The student lifeworld and the meanings of plagiarism. Journal of phenomenological psychology, 34 (2), 257-278.
ASPDEN, L. and HELM, P. (2004). Making the connection in a blended learning environment. Educational Media International, 41 (3), p. 245.
ASPDEN, L. and THORPE, L. (2009). "Where do you learn?" tweeting to inform learning space development. Educause quarterly, 32 (1).
BINGHAM, R. and O'HARA, M. (2007). Widening participation on early years degrees: 'I realised I could, and would, do this—and I have!'. Journal of further and higher education, 31 (4), 311-321.
BRADLEY, S. (2009). The impact of netiquette on online group work: a study of UK Open University students. In: KALLIOINEN, O., (ed.) The learning by developing – new ways to learn 2009 conference proceedings. Laurea publications (D7). Espoo, Finland, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, 152-167.
BRADLEY, S. and HOLDEN, G. (2009). Developing academic leadership. In: KALLIOINEN, O., (ed.) The learning by developing – new ways to learn 2009 conference proceedings. Laurea publications (D7). Espoo, Finland, Laurea University of Applied Sciences, 231-242.
BRADLEY, S. A. (2008). Sessional teaching staff and learning, teaching, and assessment: engaging the marginalised. In: WRIGHT, A., MURRAY, S. and WILSON, M., (eds.) Collected essays on learning and teaching. Windsor, Ontario, Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 47-51.
BROWN, E., GIBBS, G. and GLOVER, C. J. (2003). Evaluating tools for investigating the impact of assessment regimes on student learning. Bioscience education, 2.
BROWN, E. and GLOVER, C. (2006). Evaluating written feedback. In: BRYAN, C. and CLEGG, K., (eds.) Innovative assessment in higher education. Abingdon, Routledge, 81-91.
CLEGG, S. and BRADLEY, S. (2006). Models of personal development planning: practice and processes. British educational research journal, 32 (1), 57-76.
CLEGG, S. and BRADLEY, S. (2006). The implementation of progress files in higher education: reflection as national policy. Higher education, 51 (4), 465-486.
CLEGG, S., BRADLEY, S. and SMITH, K. (2006). I've had to swallow my pride: help seeking and self-esteem. Higher education research and development, 25 (2), 101-113.
CLEGG, S. and FLINT, A. (2006). More heat than light: plagiarism in its appearing. British journal of sociology of education, 27 (3), 373-387.
DHIMAR, R. and ASHWORTH, P. (2006). Ethnic minority students: diversity and the practicalities of assessment regulations. In: FARRAR, M. and TODD, M., (eds.) Teaching 'race' in social sciences – new contexts, new approaches. Higher Education Academy, Subject Network for Sociology, Anthropology, Politics.
DIAMOND, S., MIDDLETON, A. and MATHER, R. (2009). Learning by design: constructing knowledge through design enquiry around educational game development. In: LEVY, P. and MCKINNEY, P., (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd Learning through enquiry alliance conference, 25-27 June 2008. Sheffield, Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences (CILASS): University of Sheffield, 48-59.
DREW, S. and BINGHAM, R. (2010). The guide to learning and study skills for higher education and at work. Gower.
DREW, S. and THORPE, L. (2006). Factors affecting students’ usage and perceptions of a generic intranet learning resource: models of use. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 43 (4), p. 381.
EHIYAZARYAN, E. and MOORE, I. (2008). The role of education guidance in students' transition to autonomous learning. In: RUST, C., (ed.) Improving student learning through the curriculum. The proceedings of the 16th Improving student learning symposium, held in 2008 in Durham. Improving Student Learning (16). Oxford, Oxford centre for staff and learning development.
FLINT, A., CLEGG, S. and MACDONALD, R. (2006). Emotion, practice and plagiarism: exploring staff perspectives. In: Plagiarism: Prevention, Practice and Policies Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, June 28-30 2004.
FLINT, A., CLEGG, S. and MACDONALD, R. (2006). Exploring staff perceptions of student plagiarism. Journal of further and higher education, 30 (2), 145-156.
FLINT, A., OXLEY, A., HELM, P. and BRADLEY, S. (2009). Preparing for success: one institution's aspirational and student focused response to the National Student Survey. Teaching in higher education, 14 (6), 607-618.
GLOVER, C. and BROWN, E. (2006). Written feedback for students: too much, too detailed or too incomprehensible to be effective? Bioscience education, 7.
HEPPLESTONE, S. (2008). Masking marks: encouraging student engagement with useful feedback. In: Higher Education Academy annual conference : Transforming the student experience, Harrogate, 1-3 July 2008.
HEPPLESTONE, S. and HELM, P. (2003). Strategies for coping with unexpected uptake of CBA. In: CHRISTIE, J., (ed.) Proceedings for 7th CAA Conference 2003. Loughborough, Loughborough University, 159-167.
HEPPLESTONE, S. and MATHER, R. (2007). Meeting rising student expectations of online assignment submission and online feedback. In: KHANDIA, F., (ed.) Research into e-assessment. Proceedings of the 11th international computer assisted assessment conference held at Loughborough University, 10-11 July 2007. Loughborough, Professional Development, Loughborough University, 269-275.
HOLDEN, Graham and GLOVER, Chris (2013). Fostering institutional change in feedback practice through partnership. In: MERRY, Stephen, PRICE, Margaret, CARLESS, David and TARAS, Maddalena, (eds.) Reconceptualising feedback in higher education : developing dialogue with students. Abingdon, Routledge, 160-171.
HRAMIAK, A., BOULTON, H. and IRWIN, B. (2009). Trainee teachers' use of blogs as private reflections for professional development. Learning, media and technology, 34 (3), 259-269.
LYONS, H. and THORPE, L. (2009). Investigating student experiences of e-learning using the diary interview approach. Brookes ejournal of learning and teaching, 2 (4).
MACDONALD, R. (2003). Developing a scholarship of academic development: setting the context. In: EGGINS, H. and MACDONALD, R., (eds.) The scholarship of academic development. Buckingham, Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 1-10.
MACDONALD, R. (2004). Researching the student experience to bring about improvements in problem-based learning. In: BADEN-SAVEN, M. and WILKIE, K., (eds.) Challenging research in problem-based learning. Maidenhead, Open University Press, 37-49.
MACDONALD, R. (2006). The use of evaluation to improve practice in learning and teaching. Innovations in education and teaching international, 43 (1), 3-13.
MACDONALD, R. and CARROLL, J. (2006). Plagarism - a complex issue requiring a holistic institutional approach. Assessment and evaluation in higher education, 31 (2), 233-245.
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). 'I avoid pubs and the student union like the plague': Students with Asperger Syndrome and their negotiation of university spaces. Children's geographies, 8 (1), 39-50.
MADRIAGA, M. (2009). Moving beyond the minimum: socially just pedagogies and Asperger's syndrome in UK higher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17.
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). Understanding the symbolic idea of the American dream and its relationship with the category of whiteness. Sociological research online, 10 (3).
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). Why US nationalism should never be considered postnationalist. National identities, 12 (1), 81-94.
MADRIAGA, M. (2007). Enduring disablism: students with dyslexia and their pathways into UK higher education and beyond. Disability and Society, 22 (4), 399-412.
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.
MIDDLETON, A. (2009). Beyond podcasting: creative approaches to designing educational audio. ALT-J, 17 (2), p. 143.
MIDDLETON, A. and MATHER, R. (2008). Machinima interventions: innovative approaches to immersive virtual world curriculum integration. ALT-J, 16 (3), p. 207.
MIDDLETON, A. and NORTCLIFFE, A. (2009). Understanding effective models of audio feedback. In: ROY, R., (ed.) Engineering education : perspectives, issues and concerns. Delhi, Shipra Publications.
MIDDLETON, A. and NORTCLIFFE, A. (2010). Audio feedback design: principles and emerging practice. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 20 (2), 208-223.
NEWTON, J. and MIDDLETON, A. (2009). Podcasting for pedagogic purposes: the journey so far and some lessons learned. In: MAYES, T., MORRISON, D., MELLAR, H., BULLEN, P. and OLIVER, M., (eds.) Transforming higher education through technology-enhanced learning. York, Higher Education Academy, 235-248.
NORTCLIFFE, A. and MIDDLETON, A. (2009). Effective assignment feedback through timely and personal digital audio engagement. In: O'DONOGHUE, J., (ed.) Technology-supported environments for personalized learning: methods and case studies. Hershey, Pennsylvania, Information Science Reference, 409-428.
NORTCLIFFE, A. and MIDDLETON, A. (2008). A three year case study of using audio to blend the engineer’s learning environment. Engineering education: journal of the Higher Education Academy engineering subject centre , 3 (2), 45-57.
O'HARA, M. and BINGHAM, R. (2004). Widening participation on early childhood studies and early years education degrees. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 28 (2), p. 207.
O'NEILL, G. and MOORE, I. (2008). Strategies for implementing group work in large classes: lessons from enquiry-based learning. In: HIGGS, B. and MCCARTHY, M., (eds.) Emerging issues II: The changing roles and identities of teachers and learners in higher education. Cork, NAIRTL, 75-88.
SMITH, M. (2009). Gender, pay and work satisfaction at a UK university. Gender, work and organisation, 16 (5), 621-641.
SMITH, M. (2007). Investigating diversity and equality: methods, challenges and implications. Tertiary education and management, 13 (2), 111-125.
BRADLEY, S. A. (2010). Reconstructed grounded theory: beyond comparison? In: DIRCKINCK-HOLMFELD, L., HODGSON, V., JONES, C., DE LAAT, M., MCCONNELL, D. and RYBERG, T,, (eds.) Proceedings of the 7th international conference on networked learning 2010. Lancaster, Lancaster University, 70-78.
BRADLEY, Sally (2012). Recognising the inspirational teaching of Claire Craig. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (2).
DIAMOND, Susannah and IRWIN, Brian (2013). Using e‐learning for student sustainability literacy : framework and review. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 14 (4), 338-348.
DIAMOND, Susannah, MIDDLETON, Andrew and MATHER, Richard (2011). A cross‐faculty simulation model for authentic learning. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 48 (1), 25-35.
FLINT, A. and OXLEY, A. (2009). Learning from internal change academy processes : final report. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
FLINT, A., OXLEY, A. and HYNES, C. (2008). Shared futures: student involvement in an internal change academy. In: Higher Education Academy annual conference, Harrogate, July 1-3 2008.
FLINT, Abbi and O'HARA, Mark (2013). Communities of practice and ‘student voice’: engaging with student representatives at the faculty level. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
GLOVER, Ian (2013). Open badges: a visual method of recognising achievement and increasing learner motivation. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
GLOVER, Ian (2013). Play as you learn: gamification as a technique for motivating learners. In: HERRINGTON, Jan, COUROS, Alec and IRVINE, Valerie, (eds.) Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013. Chesapeake, VA, AACE, 1999-2008 .
GLOVER, Ian and LATIF, Farzana (2013). Investigating perceptions and potential of open badges in formal higher education. In: HERRINGTON, Jan, COUROS, Alec and IRVINE, Valerie, (eds.) Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2013. Chesapeake, VA, AACE, 1398-1402.
GLOVER, Ian and MALONE, Cathy (2014). Towards the devolution of lifewide learning awards through verifiable digital badges. In: JACKSON, Norman and WILLIS, Jenny, (eds.) Lifewide Learning and Education in Universities and Colleges. Lifewide Learning.
HEPPLESTONE, Stuart and CHIKWA, Gladson (2014). Understanding how students process and use feedback to support their learning. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 8 (1), 41-53.
HEPPLESTONE, Stuart, HOLDEN, Graham, IRWIN, Brian, PARKIN, Helen and THORPE, Louise P (2011). Using technology to encourage student engagement with feedback: a literature review. Research in Learning Technology, 19 (2), 117-127.
HEPPLESTONE, Stuart, HOLDEN, Graham, IRWIN, Brian, PARKIN, Helen J. and THORPE, Louise (2011). Using technology to encourage student engagement with feedback: a literature review. Research in Learning Technology, 19 (2), 117-127.
HRAMIAK, A., BOULTON, H. and IRWIN, B. (2008). Giving voice to learners: using private blogs to develop self-reflection. In: Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Conference, Leeds, 9-11 September 2008.
IRWIN, B. and BOULTON, H. (2010). Analysing the development of professional identity in blogging discourse. In: RUST, C., (ed.) Improving student learning: for the twenty-first century learner. Proceedings of the 17th improving student learning symposium. Oxford, The Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, 22-32.
IRWIN, B. and HRAMIAK, A. (2010). A discourse analysis of trainee teacher identity in online discussion forums. Technology, pedagogy and education, 19 (3), 361-377.
IRWIN, Brian and HEPPLESTONE, Stuart (2012). Examining increased flexibility in assessment formats. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 37 (7), 773-785.
IRWIN, Brian, HEPPLESTONE, Stuart, HOLDEN, Graham, PARKIN, Helen and THORPE, Louise P (2013). Engaging students with feedback through adaptive release. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 50 (1), 51-61.
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). The star-spangled banner, US military veterans and the category of whiteness. In: Flying the flag: critical perspectives on symbolism and identity, Cultural Complexity in the New Norway, University of Oslo, 24-25 November 2005.
MADRIAGA, M., GOODLEY, D., HODGE, N. and MARTIN, N. (2008). Enabling transition into higher education for students with asperger syndrome. Project Report. Higher Education Academy.
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2013). Output of radical collegiality? Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2012). The vision of the student engagement and experience journal. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (2).
NORTCLIFFE, Anne (2012). Can students assess themselves and their peers? : a five year study. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (2).
O'HARA, M. and FLINT, A. (2010). "If you build it, they won't necessarily come!" Engaging student representatives beyond the course level. In: BRAMHALL, M., O'LEARY, C. and CORKER, C., (eds.) Case studies: volume 2. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Promoting Learner Autonomy, 185-192.
OXLEY, A. and FLINT, A. (2010). Learning from Internal Change Academy processes. Educational developments, 10 (3), 25-28.
OXLEY, A. and FLINT, A. (2008). Placing student voices at the heart of institutional dialogue. Educational developments, 9 (3), 14-16.
PURVIS, A., CRUTCHLEY, D. and FLINT, A. (2009). Beyond peer observation of teaching. In: GOSLING, D. and O'CONNOR, K. M., (eds.) Beyond the Peer Observation of Teaching. SEDA Paper (124). London, Staff and Educational Development Association, 23-28.
WOODCOCK, Ben, MIDDLETON, Andrew and NORTCLIFFE, Anne (2012). Considering the Smartphone Learner: developing innovation to investigate the opportunities for students and their interest. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (1), 1-15.
BRADLEY, Sally, KIRBY, Emma and MADRIAGA, Manuel (2015). What students value as inspirational and transformative teaching. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 52 (3), 231-242.