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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 ...
The impact of read/write web approaches on the curriculum priorities of PG Cert HE participants
(University of Hertfordshire, 2008)
Whether the read/write web, or Web 2.0, can enhance learner engagement within higher education is a central focus of current e-learning research. The implications of the read/write web, for: the personalisation of learning; ...
Journeys in peer e-communication: student mentors’ perspectives
(Coventry University, 2009)
There is growing interest in student peer-mentoring as a way to enable new students to tackle the perceived cultural, academic and social boundaries associated with the first-year of study in higher education. This paper ...