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SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Conference And Network Podcasts

SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education)

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SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Conference And Network Podcasts

SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) Conference And Network Podcasts

SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education)

3
Followers
25
Plays
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The Society for Research into Higher Education is a UK-based international learned society concerned to advance understanding of higher education, especially through the insights, perspectives and knowledge offered by systematic research and scholarship. The Society aims to be the leading international society in the field, as to both the support and the dissemination of research.

Latest Episodes

Talent-spotting or social magic? Inequality, cultural sorting and constructions of the ideal graduate in elite professions

Professor Nicola Ingram and Dr Kim Allen, speak at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:27:05)

27 minFEB 28
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Talent-spotting or social magic? Inequality, cultural sorting and constructions of the ideal graduate in elite professions

From Cinderella to Queen Bee: Student Experience Research

Dr Camille Kandiko Howson, Imperial College London, speaks at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:34:09)

34 minFEB 28
Comments
From Cinderella to Queen Bee: Student Experience Research

Tensions, Contradictions and Perpetual Loose Ends - Widening Participation in HE Policy

Dr Julian Crockford, University of Sheffield, speaks at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:33:07)

33 minFEB 28
Comments
Tensions, Contradictions and Perpetual Loose Ends - Widening Participation in HE Policy

Introduction

Network Convenors speak at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:07:37)

7 minFEB 28
Comments
Introduction

Plenary Discussion: Future Directions for Feedback Literacy

Dr Edd Pitt, University of Kent, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:31:09)

31 minFEB 13
Comments
Plenary Discussion: Future Directions for Feedback Literacy

Case Study 1: A Framework for Embedding the Development of Feedback Literacy into Subject Content Across Disciplines

Dr Kieran Balloo, University of Surrey, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:32:09)

32 minFEB 13
Comments
Case Study 1: A Framework for Embedding the Development of Feedback Literacy into Subject Content Across Disciplines

Towards the Development of Student Feedback Literacy: Tackling the Big Issues of Student Satisfaction, Transmission and Passive Recipience of Feedback

Dr Edd Pitt, University of Kent, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:56:43)

56 minFEB 13
Comments
Towards the Development of Student Feedback Literacy: Tackling the Big Issues of Student Satisfaction, Transmission and Passive Recipience of Feedback

Social network analysis methods and the geography of education: regional divides and elite circuits in the school to university transition in the UK

Sol Gamsu, Durham University, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:30:19)

30 minFEB 12
Comments
Social network analysis methods and the geography of education: regional divides and elite circuits in the school to university transition in the UK

Absolutely local: Narratives of higher education at island colleges in and around the UK

Holly Henderson, University of Nottingham, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:33:44)

33 minFEB 12
Comments
Absolutely local: Narratives of higher education at island colleges in and around the UK

Conceptualising geographic borders and boundaries: A spatial perspective on international and domestic student mobilities

Michael Donnelly, University of Bath, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:40:43)

40 minFEB 12
Comments
Conceptualising geographic borders and boundaries: A spatial perspective on international and domestic student mobilities

Latest Episodes

Talent-spotting or social magic? Inequality, cultural sorting and constructions of the ideal graduate in elite professions

Professor Nicola Ingram and Dr Kim Allen, speak at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:27:05)

27 minFEB 28
Comments
Talent-spotting or social magic? Inequality, cultural sorting and constructions of the ideal graduate in elite professions

From Cinderella to Queen Bee: Student Experience Research

Dr Camille Kandiko Howson, Imperial College London, speaks at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:34:09)

34 minFEB 28
Comments
From Cinderella to Queen Bee: Student Experience Research

Tensions, Contradictions and Perpetual Loose Ends - Widening Participation in HE Policy

Dr Julian Crockford, University of Sheffield, speaks at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:33:07)

33 minFEB 28
Comments
Tensions, Contradictions and Perpetual Loose Ends - Widening Participation in HE Policy

Introduction

Network Convenors speak at SRHE Student Access and Experience Network Event - Student Access and Experience Network Launch: Access / Participation / Beyond (Audio length - 00:07:37)

7 minFEB 28
Comments
Introduction

Plenary Discussion: Future Directions for Feedback Literacy

Dr Edd Pitt, University of Kent, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:31:09)

31 minFEB 13
Comments
Plenary Discussion: Future Directions for Feedback Literacy

Case Study 1: A Framework for Embedding the Development of Feedback Literacy into Subject Content Across Disciplines

Dr Kieran Balloo, University of Surrey, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:32:09)

32 minFEB 13
Comments
Case Study 1: A Framework for Embedding the Development of Feedback Literacy into Subject Content Across Disciplines

Towards the Development of Student Feedback Literacy: Tackling the Big Issues of Student Satisfaction, Transmission and Passive Recipience of Feedback

Dr Edd Pitt, University of Kent, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Developing Feedback Literacy: Key Challenges and Future Horizons (Audio length - 00:56:43)

56 minFEB 13
Comments
Towards the Development of Student Feedback Literacy: Tackling the Big Issues of Student Satisfaction, Transmission and Passive Recipience of Feedback

Social network analysis methods and the geography of education: regional divides and elite circuits in the school to university transition in the UK

Sol Gamsu, Durham University, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:30:19)

30 minFEB 12
Comments
Social network analysis methods and the geography of education: regional divides and elite circuits in the school to university transition in the UK

Absolutely local: Narratives of higher education at island colleges in and around the UK

Holly Henderson, University of Nottingham, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:33:44)

33 minFEB 12
Comments
Absolutely local: Narratives of higher education at island colleges in and around the UK

Conceptualising geographic borders and boundaries: A spatial perspective on international and domestic student mobilities

Michael Donnelly, University of Bath, speaks at SRHE Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education Network Event - Place, inequality and undergraduate mobilities in college-based and university-based higher education (Audio length - 00:40:43)

40 minFEB 12
Comments
Conceptualising geographic borders and boundaries: A spatial perspective on international and domestic student mobilities
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