Publishing your Teaching and Learning Research
Teaching and Learning Journals
If you are interested in publishing your teaching and learning research, some of the highest rated journals are:
- Studies in Higher Education
- Higher Education - The International Journal of Higher Education Research
- Higher Education Research and Development
- British Journal of Sociology of Education
- British Educational Research Journal
- Harvard Educational Review
- Teaching in Higher Education
- Innovations in Education and Teaching International
You might also want to find out if there is a teaching and learning focused journal within your subject/interest area, such as:
- Journal of Nursing Education
- Arts and Humanities in Higher Education
- British Journal of Educational Technology
You can find the journals by using the A-Z list of journals in Summon
Teaching and Learning Institute Working Papers
The Institute undertakes some research, evaluation and analysis of teaching and learning issues and publishes the findings as working papers.
Working Paper No.1: Teaching with Technology (March 2011) - PDF document
The survey asks about thoughts and opinions on undergraduate teaching, the use of technology and explores how university lecturers use technology when teaching.The survey “Teaching with Technology in Higher Education” is part of a PhD being undertaken by Chris Shelton at the University of Chichester and 26 Higher Education Institutions took part. The survey was distributed to Huddersfield staff by Dr Cath Ellis in November 2010.
In this report, Dr Sue Folley (Computing and Library Services) and Kathrine Jensen (Teaching and Learning Institute) present the analysis of some of the main survey findings.
Working Paper No.2: Peer Observation of Teaching – Exploring the Experiences of Academic Staff at the University of Huddersfield (April 2011). Authors: Kathrine Jensen and Ola Aiyegbayo from the Teaching and Learning Institute.
The authors carried out a survey to explore staff perceptions, attitudes and experiences of the practice of peer observation of teaching (POT) to learn more about how POT was already organised in the Schools and to evaluate staff interest in a cross-school scheme that would connect colleagues across the entire University.
The report is available by emailing the Teaching and Learning Institute