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Reading list


The list contains both core and optional reading. Core readings are highlighted in bold and provided in the Warwick module reading pack. Starred texts are available via the Warwick Library.

Amundsen, C., Weston, C. and McAlpine, L. (2008) Concept mapping to support university academics’ analysis of course content, Studies in higher education, 33 (6): 633-652.*

Beard, C., Wilson, J.P. and McCarter, R. (2007) Towards a theory of e-learning: experiential e-learning, Journal of hospitality, leisure, sport and tourism education, 6 (2): 3-15.*

Brown, R. (2000) Group processes: dynamics within and between groups (2nd edn.), Oxford: Blackwell.*

Coffield, F., Moseley, D., Hall, E. and Ecclestone, K. (2004) Learning style and pedagogy in post-16 learning: a systematic and critical review, London: Learning and Skills Research Centre & Learning and Skills Development Agency.

Exley, K and Dennick, R. (2004) Small group teaching: tutorials, seminars and beyond, London: Routledge Falmer.*

Fleming, N.D. and Mills, C. (1992) Not another inventory, rather a catalyst for reflection, To improve the academy, 11: 137-155.

Frigerio, G., Mendez, R. and McCash, P. (2012) Re-designing work-related learning: a management studies placement module, Coventry: Career Studies Unit.

Fry, H., Ketteridge, S. and Marshall, S. (2003) A handbook for teaching and learning in higher education: enhancing academic practice, London: Kogan Page.*

Inkson, K. (2007) Understanding careers: the metaphors of working lives, London: Sage.

Johnson, D.W. and Johnson, F.P. (2009) Group dynamics, in D.W. Johnson and F.P. Johnson, Joining together: group theory and group skills (10th edn.), Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.*

King, H. (ed.) (2001) Case studies in problem-based learning from geography, earth and environmental sciences, http://78.158.56.101/archive/gees/pubs/planet/pbl.pdf (accessed 5/3/15).

Kolb, D. (1984) Experiential learning: experience as the source of learning and development, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.*
Extracts provided.

Lewis, R. and Whitlock, Q. (2003) How to plan and manage an e-learning programme, Aldershot: Gower.*

McCash, P. (2011) Designing a generic career studies module: a practical example, Reading: Centre for Career Management Skills.

Mezirow, J. (2009) An overview on transformative learning, in K. Illeris (ed.) Contemporary theories of learning, Abingdon: Routledge.*

Northedge, A. (2003) Enabling participation in academic discourse, Teaching in higher education, 8 (2): 169-180.*

Rogers, C.R. (1994) Freedom to learn, New York, NY: Macmillan.*
Extracts provided.

Salmon, G. (2003) E-moderating: the key to teaching and learning on-line (2nd edn.), London: Kogan Page.*

Schon, D. (1995) The reflective practitioner: how professionals think in action, Aldershot: Arena.*

Simon, R.I, Dippo, D., and Schenke, A. (1991) Exploring work as an exchange relation, in R.I. Simon, D. Dippo and A. Schenke, Learning work: a critical pedagogy of work education, New York, NY: Bergin and Garvey.


The number of the edition held in the library may vary.

Revised 06/13