The Realities of Change in Higher Education
Interventions to Promote Learning and Teaching
Edited by Lynne Hunt, Adrian Bromage, Bland Tomkinson
Routledge – 2007 – 192 pages
Series: SEDA Series
The Realities of Change in Higher Education explores the theory and practice of the everyday reality of change to promote learning and teaching in universities. Drawing on international case studies, it analyses a range of practical strategies to promote change that enhance students’ learning.
Structured to flow from analysis of policy level change through to small-scale change at curriculum level, experienced practitioners consider key topics including:
With practical advice to enhance the learning experience of increasing numbers of university students, this book will appeal to all practitioners involved in improving learning and teaching outcomes in higher education.
'Lynne Hunt, Adrian Bromage and Bland Tomkinson have compiled a topical and very useful set of international readings which integrate and evaluate theory and practice of educational change in the sector.' - British Journal of Educational Technology
1. Theories of Change in Higher Education 2. Policy and Change in Higher Education 3. Organisation and Change in Higher Education 4. Organisational Culture and Change in Higher Education 5. Leadership and Change in Higher Education 6. Communities of Practice and Change in Higher Education 7. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 8. The Academy and Change in Higher Education 9. Quality Assurance and Change in Higher Education 10. Technology and Change in Higher Education 11. Indigenous Perspectives and Change in Higher Education 12. Work-Based Learning and Change in Higher Education 13. Graduate Attributes and Change in Higher Education 14. Internationalisation and Change in Higher Education 15. Conclusion
Lynne Hunt is Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) in the Faculty of Computing Health and Science, Edith Cowan University (ECU), Perth, Australia. She is the recipient of three ECU awards for teaching excellence and the 2002 Australian Award for University Teaching in the Social Science category. She also won the 2002 Prime Minister’s Award for Australian University Teacher of the Year.
Adrian Bromage is a researcher at Coventry University’s Centre for Higher Education Development. He is currently involved in two major research projects, the evaluation of the University’s ‘Learn Online’ initiative and the ESERC-funded ETL project.
Bland Tomkinson is University Adviser on Pedagogic Development at the University of Manchester and Director of the Teaching and Learning Support Centre, UMIST.