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Forging a Learning Community? A pragmatic approach to co-operative learning.
The ‘learning community’ is an important theme within the move to an information age. This article argues that the empowering elements of such communities are fundamental to higher education. However, a better understanding ...
Profiling the Yorkshire County Elector of the early eighteenth century: new material and methods.
This article investigates the possibilities for re-examining the political motivations of eighteenth-century county electors in the light of their socio-economic status. It focuses upon the linkage of estate and electoral ...
Notes on academic labour and co-operative struggles for subjectivity.
(London School of Economics, 2014-06)
The academic has no apparent autonomy beyond the temporary amelioration of her labour relations with those who direct the University for the logic of accumulation, commodification, and profit-maximisation. Those who direct ...
Can institutional change be anything other than reactive? A case study of the Chic project.
(Higher Education Staff Development Association, 2001)
Voting Communities In The West Riding Of Yorkshire In The Early Eighteenth Century.
(Taylor and Francis, 2000)
In this article Richard Hall notes that county elections played an important role in legitimating the Augustan and Hanoverian political structure. But while the high politics of the era is well documented, there has been ...
How can technology help us realize the learning potential of a life-wide curriculum?
(University of Surrey, 2010)
Technology-enhanced learning and co-operative practice against the neoliberal university.
(Taylor and Francis, 2016)
Neoliberalism is a global pedagogical project aimed at the dispossession of free time so that all of life becomes productive, and education is a central institutional means for its realisation. This project aims at marketising ...
Priming Institutional Change through Effective Project Management: A Case Study of the Chic Project
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
This paper explores how learning and teaching innovations undertaken by externally funded projects, with a fixed remit and lifecycle, can be integrated successfully into institutional educational developments. The example ...
The role of Cholmley Turner of Kirkleatham in Yorkshire County Elections in the Early Eighteenth Century
(Cleveland Local History Society, 1999)