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IJAD Journal - free access to 10 articles for limited period

Date posted: 28/01/2011

For a limited period the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED) is offering free online access to the top 10 downloaded articles in its journal, the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).

The impact of instructional development in higher education: effects on teachers and students
Hanno Van Keulen
book review
Volume 14, issue 2

Key concepts in postgraduate certificates in higher education teaching and learning in Australasia and the United Kingdom
Peter Kandlbinder; Tai Peseta
Volume 14, issue 1

Educational development in the UK: a complex and contradictory reality
David Gosling
Volume 14, issue 1

Why history? Why now? Multiple accounts of the emergence of academic development
Barbara Grant; Alison Lee; Sue Clegg; Catherine Manathunga; Mark Barrow; Peter Kandlbinder; Ian Brailsford; David Gosling; Margaret Hicks
Research note
Volume 14, issue 1

Students’ experiences concerning course workload and factors enhancing and impeding their learning a useful resource for quality enhancement in teaching and curriculum planning
Mirja Ruohoniemi; Sari Lindblom-Yle
Volume 14, issue 1

Educational development practice and scholarship: an evolving discourse community
Lynn Taylor
Volume 14, issue 1

Theory and legitimacy in professional education: a practitioner review of reflective processes within programmes for new academic staff
Peter Kahn; Richard Young; Sue Grace; Ruth Pilkington; Linda Rush; Bland Tomkinson; Ian Willis
Volume 13, issue 3

Theoretical frameworks and models of learning: tools for developing conceptions of teaching and learning
Sue Fostaty Young
Volume 13, issue 1

Research and development for early career academics: encouraging signs, but are we talking past each other?
Nick Hopwood; Claire Stocks
Volume 14, issue 3

Everyday conversation as a context for professional learning and development
Neil Haigh
Volume 10, issue 1


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