Capacity building for research-led teaching and teaching-led research: the impact of confidence, career stage and other factors

Callinan, Carol and Sharp, John G. and Hemmings, Brian (2013) Capacity building for research-led teaching and teaching-led research: the impact of confidence, career stage and other factors. In: What is research-led teaching? Multi-disciplinary approaches. GuildHE, pp. 30-37. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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Abstract

.The identities of lecturers working in higher education
institutions are complex, contextualised and highly
dynamic. There is now a substantial body of literature
revealing how lecturers experience and understand
research and teaching in particular, with an emphasis in
some quarters on mastering and integrating each of these
successfully into various forms of research-led teaching
and teaching-led research. Within today’s changing
higher education landscape, however, pressures brought
about by increasing student numbers, widening access
and participation, and institutional, departmental and
personal expectations attached to research productivity
and teaching effectiveness can prove taxing, perhaps more
so for the Early Career Academic (ECA).

Keywords:research led teaching, lecturers, Higher Education
Subjects:X Education > X342 Academic studies in Higher Education
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Education
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Deposited On:15 Mar 2016 14:28

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