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Feedback to students is a vital but relatively underresearched area. An analysis is presented of practice in a complex modular business programme. Attention is drawn to the difficulty of such analysis, but three ways of looking at the text are presented: by modality, by area of concern and by...
This article reports on an evaluation of student views and reactions to a changed approach to teaching and learning that was enabled by the extensive use of information and communication technology (ICT). Evaluation was carried out over two academic years and involved the use of questionnaires,...
This article describes the relationship between citizenship behaviours and performance of university teachers (CBUT) and the professional motivation and self-confidence of their students. Four CBUT dimensions were studied: participatory behaviour, practical orientation, conscientiousness and...
This article reflects upon a process of curriculum redesign undertaken with an aim to improve the student learning experience of research methods via an activity-based approach. Historically, the way in which research methods were being taught within Southampton Business School did not fully...
This article documents the experiences of a group of MBA students undertaking one module within the School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham. At a university level, teachers are being asked to adopt one particular piece of commercially available educational software; WebCT. As a result,...
The relationship between theory and practice in BA art, media and design courses, is often cited as being a crucial aspect in distinguishing how ‘education’ is different from ‘training’ in higher education. Yet what do students understand by this relationship and how does it make itself...
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