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The significance of assignment feedback: from consumption to construction
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-11-16)
Research undertaken on student feedback has pointed to the difficulties that students have in understanding written feedback. However, little attention has been given to understanding student views on verbal feedback. ...
Saving the Pound? Britain’s Road to Monetary Union
(Prentice Hall, 2002)
This book examines Britain’s position on monetary union through an examination as to how negotiating positions evolved within government and provides a micro-history of Britain’s negotiating stance on this important subject. ...
Dealing with Europe: Britain and the Negotiation of the Maastricht Treaty
(Ashgate Press, 1999)
This book examines the negotiations that led to agreement at the December 1991 Maastricht European Council, which in turn mapped the future progress of the European Community (EC), later renamed the European Union (EU). ...
The Longman Companion to the European Union since 1945
Companion to the European Union
What feedback do students want?
The feedback that students receive on their assignments has been subject to a great deal of debate in Universities across the globe. Whereas academics regularly complain that students do not engage with feedback by citing ...
The European Union: A Beginner’s Guide
(Oneworld publishers, 2012)
The Scholarship of Engagement for Politics: Placement Learning, Citizenship and Employability
The concern to develop opportunities for active learning and engagement of one form or another have become increasingly prevalent in higher education institutions on both sides of the Atlantic. In particular, recent years ...
Experiencing Politics in Action: Democratizing Placement Learning and Politics as a Vocation
(Taylor and Francis, 2010)
The UK and Lisbon
(PIE Peter Lang, 2012)
In examining the case of Britain and the Lisbon Treaty, this chapter proceeds as follows. First, it begins by setting the domestic context within which the IGC negotiations took place. Second, it discusses the British ...