Hunt, Lynne and Bromage, Adrian and Tomkinson, Bland, eds. (2006) The realities of change in higher education: interventions to promote learning and teaching. Staff and educational development series . Taylor & Francis (Routledge), London, United Kingdom. ISBN 0415385806Full text not available from this repository.
CONTENTS: Adrian Bromage:Recent developments in the philosophy of change management: An interdisciplinary perspective; Gavin Moodie:No Money; No Change: The Impact of National Policies to Improve Learning and Teaching; Lesley Parker: National Initiatives to Enhance Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: A Case Study of the Planning of the Carrick Institute in Australia; Craig McInnes: Assessment and Change in Higher Education; Alison Thair, Patrick Garnett and Susan King: Quality Assurance and Change in Higher Education; Lynne Hunt: A Community Development Model of Change: The Role of Teaching and Learning Centres; Craig Nelson and Jennifer Meta Robinson: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Change in Higher Education; Milton Cox: Phases in the Development of a Change Model: Communities of Practice as Change Agents in Higher Education; Wim H. Gijselaers and Sigrid Harendza:Dynamics of Planned Change: When Participants Talk Back; Conor Vibert and Craig Place: Technology and Change in Higher Education; Mark Atlay Cats, Change and Complexity Science; Frank Lyons and Mike Bement: Angels in Concrete: Work-based Learning and Change in Higher Education; Charles Engel and Bland Tomkinson:The Ultimate Challenge: Is it Sustainable?
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||higher education|
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