Catalog Home Page

Editorial 23(2): Special issue: Teaching and learning in higher education: Western Australia's TL Forum

Atkinson, R., McBeath, C., Coffey, A., Etherington, S., Martin-Lynch, P., Moore, C., Morrison-Saunders, A., Nair, S., Paull, M. and Phillips, R. (2013) Editorial 23(2): Special issue: Teaching and learning in higher education: Western Australia's TL Forum. Issues in Educational Research, 23 (2). ii-viii.

[img]
Preview
PDF - Published Version
Download (229kB)
Free to read: http://www.iier.org.au/iier23/editorial23-2.html
*No subscription required

Abstract

The Teaching and Learning Forum series of annual conferences has been conducted since 1992 by the five universities in Perth, Western Australia, namely Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University, The University of Notre Dame Australia, and The University of Western Australia. After 22 years of TL Forums [1], it is timely to present this Special issue of Issues in Educational Research, for which the broad purpose is to advance fine examples of the TL Forum's activities, selected from one of its categories, namely full papers accepted via a peer review process.

From TL Forum 2013's full papers, a further development process and an Editorial Subcommittee selection process has led to the articles presented in this Special issue. The Editorial Subcommittee commends the thirteen Special issue articles as an illustrative sample of TL Forum's contribution to the scholarship of teaching and learning [2], its grounding in practice-based or practitioner research [3], its diversity, collegiality and motivations, and its positioning as a link between the perspectives of 'professional development' and 'research'.

Publication Type: Non-refereed Article
Murdoch Affiliation: Teaching and Learning Centre
School of Management and Governance
School of Veterinary and Life Sciences
Publisher: Institutes for Educational Research
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/15870
Item Control Page Item Control Page

Downloads

Downloads per month over past year