issue 10 of the JLDHE (Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education) is now live online

We are delighted to announce that issue 10 of the JLDHE (Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education) is now live online at:

http://www.aldinhe.ac.uk/ojs/index.php?journal=jldhe&page=issue&op=current

We welcome feedback, comment and, of course, contributions for future editions on any aspect of LD.

Best wishes from the editorial team:

Lucy Gray; Amanda French; Andy Hagyard; John Hilsdon; Christina Howell-Richardson; Moira Maguire.

 

CONTENTS

Papers

Perception of academic learning environments and perceived impact on articulation of employability skills; a mixed methods study

Catherine Hayes, Siobhan Devlin, Diane Westwood, Iain Garfield, Philip Beardmore, David Archer, Michael Collins, Lewis Bingle

 

Towards an inclusive classroom psycho-geography: why it matters where students choose to sit

Richard Henry Reynolds

 

Tell me what you want, what you really, really want

Paul Rice, Robert Farmer

 

Active learning in higher education as a restorative practice: a lecturer’s reflections

Emma Roberts

 

Case Studies

Extended Science: a powerful tool in widening participation

David John Harwood

 

Using stories to understand clinical placement learning: a pilot study

Kirsten Jack, Claire Hamshire

 

Opinion Pieces

Hacking assignment practice: finding creativity and power in the fissures and cracks of learning and teaching

Sandra Abegglen, Tom Burns, Sandra Sinfield

 

Reviews

Book review: Emerging strategies for supporting student learning by Barbara Allan

Helena Beeson

 

Book review: The complete guide to referencing and avoiding plagiarism (third edition) by Colin Neville

Jason Eyre

 

Book Review: Learning with the labyrinth: creating reflective space in higher education, edited by Jan Sellers and Bernard Moss

Alison James,  Sue Watling

 

Book review: Critical thinking skills for healthcare by Stephanie McKendry

Moira Lewitt

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