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A Literature Review of Universal Design for Learning
This literature review is comprised of four sections: 1) A focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), examining the existing literature and key issues in the field. 2) An exploration of how UDL fits with wider ...
Can institutional change be anything other than reactive? A case study of the Chic project.
(Higher Education Staff Development Association, 2001)
Scoping the connections between emergent technologies and pedagogies for learner empowerment
(Higher Education Academy, 2009)
Individualization in the widening participation debate
(Taylor and Francis, 2006)
We provide an analysis of some recent widening participation literature concerning the barriers preventing non-traditional students accessing higher education. This literature criticizes higher education institutions and ...
On authoritarian neoliberalism and poetic epistemology
(Taylor and Francis, 2019-07-10)
As one response to the secular crisis of capitalism, higher education is being proletarianised. Its academics and students, increasingly encumbered by precarious employment, debt, and new levels of performance management, ...
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 ...
Employability: The missing voice: How student and graduate views could be used to develop future higher education policy and inform curricula
The student voice is currently absent from the employability agenda for higher education in the UK. A government-led neoliberal model of employability, claiming what employers want when employing graduates, has been ...
How can technology help us realize the learning potential of a life-wide curriculum?
(University of Surrey, 2010)
Another world is possible: The possibilities for a transformative post-capitalist education.
This chapter takes as its starting point the alienating reality of knowledge production in the global North, grounded in performance management and competition between individuals, subjects and institutions. One mode of ...