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Struthers, John – Journal of Further and Higher Education, 2011
Inconsistencies within the literature result in teachers not having sufficient guidance to develop their humour use in support of learning without risking their professionalism. This article argues for more comprehensive evidence to guide teachers' use of humour, based on mixed methodological approaches. The case is also made for the Interpersonal…
Descriptors: Evidence, Interpersonal Communication, Research Methodology, Statistical Analysis
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Donnelly, Roisin; O'Rourke, K. C. – Journal of Further and Higher Education, 2007
The Internet has made it impossible for higher education institutions to ignore technology in fulfilling their strategic mission and responding to the expectations of a diverse student body. In the Republic of Ireland, as elsewhere, the use of online technologies has become an increasingly important challenge in academic staff development, and on…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Staff Development, Distance Education