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Special editions and collected works in Work and Learning

Special editions and collected works in Work and Learning

Armsby, P. and Costley, C. and Weller, G. (2021) The Role of Practice in Doctoral Degrees  Research in Post-Compulsory Education. special issue 26 (2) forthcoming

Armsby, P. and Costley, C. (2019)  Professional Doctorate Curriculum, Pedagogy and Achievements Studies in Continuing Education, special issue 41 (2). pp. 135-141.

Gibbs, P. (Ed) (2015) Transdisciplinary Professional Learning and Practice, Switzerland; Springer

Armsby, P. (2011) The impact of the Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning on the development of work‐related learning in the UK. Higher Education Skills and Work-based learning – vol 1 (3)

Costley, C. and Abukari, A. (2009) 'Work-based learning in higher education',  special issue, The European Journal of Education, Vol 44 (3)

Young, D. and Garnett, J. (2009) Refereed Proceedings from Work-based Learning Futures III, conference, Derby, April

Garnett, J. and Young, D. (2008) Refereed Proceedings from the Work-based Learning Futures II, conference, Middlesex, May 2008

Costley, C, (2007) The worker as researcher special issue of Journal of Workplace Learning, Vol 19 (3),

Gibbs, P. Elliott, J. and Dikerdem, M. (2007) Work Based Learning and the worker researcher Special issue of Research in Post-compulsory Education, 12 (3). pp. 277-278. ISSN 1359-6748

Young, D. and Garnett, J. (2007) Refereed Proceedings from Work Based Learning Futures conference April, Derby.

Costley C. (Ed) (2007) Work based learning: assessment and evaluation in higher education Special issue of Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education

Costley, C. (2002) Work Based Learning - Models and Implementations Special issue of New Capability , vol 5. No.1

Costley, C. (2001) special issue of The Learning Organization, vol. 8(2)

Portwood, D. and Costley, C. eds.(2000) Work based learning and the university: new perspectives and practices.  SEDA Paper (109). SEDA, Birmingham, pp. 23-35. ISBN 1902435125 Click here to view this paper on the Seda website

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