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Scowcroft, Sarah M. – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2023
"Re:Tension" is a short 20 minute film that follows Thapelo, a bright and capable university student, on a day where he is unwittingly forced to question the judgements of his tutors and peers, and delve deeper into his own actions, choices and beliefs. "Re:Tension" addresses the topic of institutional racism and the gap in…
Descriptors: Films, Racism, Higher Education, Academic Persistence
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Barnard, Adam; Gee, Ricky – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2022
Literature Review. The Higher Education Policy Institute (2020) report presents a decline in the attraction of Professional Doctorate Education, one that seeks to address the attrition and length of time of completion of traditional doctorates, yet rests on an undertheorised notion of practice. This paper examines the meaning construction at play…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Doctoral Dissertations, Doctoral Programs, Case Studies
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Costley, Carol – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2022
Work-Based Learning (WBL) in higher education is a field of study established in the UK that has developed since the early 1990s. The possibility for this development came when several universities across the UK were awarded a grant in 1992, from the then Department for Employment, to develop learning from work, in the curriculum. The 1992…
Descriptors: Workplace Learning, Higher Education, Curriculum Development, Universities
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Lester, Stan – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2022
The introduction and expansion of Degree Apprenticeships, and higher-level apprenticeships more generally, has had a positive effect on widening access to professional and organisational careers as well as in some fields to progression within professions (Lester & Bravenboer 2020; Lillis & Bravenboer 2022). However, as discussed by Talbot…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Apprenticeships, Access to Education, Educational Technology
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Gordon, Petula; Weller, Gordon; Kerr, Catherine – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
This paper presents the findings of the lived experience of black and minority ethnic (BME) nurses when applying to access training and development programmes in the National Health Service (NHS). Research has shown that black nurses in particular, are less likely to be selected for training and development programmes when compared to their white…
Descriptors: Nurses, Professional Development, Racial Bias, Barriers
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Barnard, Adam – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
The first part of this paper examines practice and practices as the practice turn in social sciences. The cartography of practice in the late 20 century has way makers or milestones that are significant in the trajectory of practice. Bourdieu has a project of 'praxelogy' in Outline for a Theory of Practice (1977) and The Logic of Practice (1990)…
Descriptors: Social Sciences, Educational Practices, Educational Theories, Doctoral Programs
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Lloyd, Sheree; Waid, Danielle; Avery, Mark – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
This paper describes the findings of an exploratory study to understand industry satisfaction with administrative procedures and the value of student Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placements in health services management. The research aimed to collect data to identify potential areas for improvement of administrative processes for WIL and to…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Student Placement, Employer Attitudes, Satisfaction
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Howarth, Mike – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
The paper suggests ways to benefit student learning online by improving staff training. The paper challenges the assumption that classroom based pedagogy applies to online teaching, with alternative ways that resolve the stress and confusion during the pandemic in the move to permanent blended teaching in the coming year. The paper is the 'front…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Faculty Development, Teaching Methods
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Armsby, Pauline; Campagna, Phyllis – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
This short paper builds on previous work in the area of supervision of professional doctorates, supervision and coaching, and explores the relationship between Long Term (LT) Coaching and doctoral supervision in a transdisciplinary professional doctorate. We begin by summarizing the experience of one doctoral supervisee (Phyllis) whose research…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Supervision, Coaching (Performance), Supervisor Supervisee Relationship
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Clifford-Swann, Joanne; Heslop, Kay – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
This research emerged from education practice, specifically from the experiences of one local authority area within the North East of England. Akin to experiences across Europe (Koehler & Schneider, 2019), increasing numbers of economic migrants and asylum seekers in the area presented schools with a variety of new challenges, for which many…
Descriptors: Specialists, Faculty Development, Immigrants, Refugees
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Grant, Kevin; Shcherbakova, Ekaterina – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
The purpose of this research paper is to investigate how technology has influenced the economic growth of developing countries and what steps are needed to be implemented in the regions of the world such as Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa. The paper reflects the arguments and the conclusions brought up during the discussion with a student…
Descriptors: Influence of Technology, Technological Advancement, Developing Nations, Economic Development
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Costley, Carol – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
There is strong evidence that learning gained in, through and for work, whether it is through employment, voluntary, community, domestic or any other kind of work, helps to equip people with the capabilities that can improve their working lives, their employability and their life skills (Lester and Costley, 2010, Beehives, 2018, WEXHE, 2019).…
Descriptors: Definitions, Work Experience Programs, Higher Education, Student Employment
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Costley, Carol; Nottingham, Paula; Nikolou-Walker, Elda – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
How people learn in and through participation in work that is mediated by higher education (h.e.) has been a topic for research and discussion for some time. While this area has supported great strides in social mobility and inclusion, how this h.e. area of practice relates more specifically to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) has taken on…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Diversity, Inclusion, Experiential Learning
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Wright, Marty – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2021
For a UK based university faculty that delivers a bespoke Work Based suite of under and postgraduate programmes to a major South African client, the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) agenda is important (Wall, 2013, 2017; Ferrández-Berrueco, Kekale, and Devins, 2016). Pre pandemic, EDI was about access to professionally relevant education…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Diversity, Inclusion, COVID-19
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Basiel, Anthony; Howarth, Mike – Work Based Learning e-Journal International, 2020
The paper is a sequence of methods to inform competent online video conferencing (webinar) teaching resources for universities rushing to meet learning effective provision in the current COVID crisis. The authors consider Moore's Theory of Transactional Distance (1970), with the focus of the theory on developing autonomy in the learner, may still…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Instruction, Web Based Instruction, Videoconferencing
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