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Alvesson, M. (2002) Understanding Organizational Culture. London: Sage.
Ashwin, P. (forthcoming) Accounting for structure and agency in ‘close-up’ research on teaching, learning and assessment in higher education. International Journal of Educational Research.
Astin, A.W. (1993) What matters in college? Four critical years revisited. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Badley, G. (2002) A Really Useful Link Between Teaching and Research. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 7, 4, 443-445.
Bain, J. D., McNaught, C., Mills, C., & Lueckenhausen, G. (1998). Understanding CFL practices in higher education in terms of academics’ educational beliefs: Enhancing Reeves’ analysis. In R. Corderoy (Ed.), Flexibility: The next wave. Proceedings of the 15th annual conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (pp. 417-424). University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW.
Barnett, R (1992) Improving Higher Education: Total Quality Care. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.
Barnett, R. (1994). The Limits of Competence. Buckingham: Society for Research in Higher Education and the Open University Press.
Barnett, R. (2000) Realizing the University in an Age of Supercomplexity. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.
Becher, T. (1989) Academic Tribes and Territories: intellectual enquiry and the cultures of disciplines. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.
Becher, T. and Trowler, P. (2001) Academic Tribes and Territories: intellectual enquiry and the cultures of disciplines. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE. (2nd edition)
Biglan, A. (1973) Relationships between subject matter characteristics and the structure and output of university departments. Journal of Applied Psychology, 57(3), 204–213.
Blackmore, P. and Cousin, G. (2003) Linking teaching and research through research-based learning. Educational Developments, 4, 4, 24–27.
Boyer, E. 1990 Scholarship Reconsidered: priorities of the professoriat Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Princeton, N.J.: Carnegie. Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Brew, A. (1999) Research and teaching: Changing relationships in a changing context. Studies in Higher Education, 24, 3. 291 – 301.
Brew, A. (2001) The nature of research: inquiry in academic contexts. London: Routledge/Falmer.
Brew, A. (2006) Research and Teaching: beyond the divide. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Brew, A. (2007) Research and Teaching from the Students' Perspective. Available at http://portal-live.solent.ac.uk/university/rtconference/2007/resources/angela_brew.pdf (Last accessed 30.4.07_
Brew,A. (2003) Teaching and research: New relationships and their implications for inquiry based teaching and learning in higher education. Higher Education Research and Development, 22, 3–18.
Brew,A. and Boud, D. (1995) Teaching and research: Establishing the vital link with learning. Higher Education, 29, 3, 261–273.
Clark, B (1987) The Academic Life: small worlds, different worlds. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Princeton.
Clark, B. (1994) The Research-Teaching-Study Nexus in Modern Systems of Higher Education, Higher Education Policy, 7, 1, 11-17.
Clark, B. (1996) Substantive Growth and Innovative Organization: new categories for higher education research. Higher Education, 32, 417-430.
Coate, K., Barnett, R. and Williams, G. (2001) Relationships between teaching and research in higher education in England. Higher Education Quarterly, 55, 2, 158–174.
Colbeck, C. (1998) Merging in a seamless blend. The Journal of Higher Education 69, 6, 647–671.
Colbeck, C. (2004) A Cybernetic Systems Model of Teaching and Research Production: Impact of Disciplinary Differences. Paper presented at the International Colloquium on Research and Teaching: Closing the Divide? Winchester Hampshire, UK. March 17-19, 2004.
Donald, J. (1995) Disciplinary differences in knowledge validation. In N. Hativa and M. Marincovich (eds) Disciplinary Differences in Teaching and Learning: Implications for practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Donald, J. (1997) Improving the Environment for Learning: academic leaders talk about what works. SF: Jossey-Bass.
Drew, L. (2004) The Experience of Teaching Creative Practices: conceptions and approaches to teaching in the community of practice dimensions in A. Davies (Ed) Enhancing Curricula: towards the scholarship of teaching in art, design and communication in Higher Education. London: Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLTAD). pp. 106-123.
Elton, L. (2000) The UK Research Assessment Exercise: unintended consequences. Higher Education Quarterly, 54, 3) 274–283.
Elton, L. (2001) Research and Teaching: conditions for a positive link  Teaching in Higher Education, 6, 1, 2001, 43-56.
Garrick, J. and Rhodes, C. (2000) Research and Knowledge at Work. London: Routledge.
Gibbons, M. (1997) Development of Science and Basic Research: the implications of mode 2 science, in Etzkowitz, H. and Leydesdorff, L. (1997) (eds) Universities and the Global Knowledge Economy: a triple helix of university-industry-government relations. London: Cassell Academic.
Gibbons, M. et al. (1994) The New Production of Knowledge. London: Sage.
Gibbs, G. (2001) Analysis of Strategies for Teaching and Learning. http://www.hefce.ac.uk/Pubs/hefce/2001/01_37a.htm (accessed 27.11.01).
Gilbert, N. G. and Mulkay, M. (1984) Opening Pandora's Box: a sociological analysis of scientists' discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Greed C. (1991) Surveying Sisters. London: Routledge.
Griffiths, R. (2004) knowledge production and the research-teaching Nexus: the case of the built environment disciplines. Studies in Higher Education, 29, 6, 709-726.
Haggis, T. (2004) Meaning, identity and ‘motivation’: Expanding what matters in understanding learning in higher education. Studies in Higher Education, 29, 3, 335-352
Hartley, A. 1983, Ideology and Organisational Behaviour. International Studies of Management and Organisation, 13, 3, p 26-27.
Hativa, N. and Goodyear, P. (2002) Teacher Thinking, Beliefs and Knowledge in Higher Education. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
Hattie, J. and Marsh, H. W. (1996) The Relationship between Research and Teaching: A Meta-Analysis. Review of Educational Research, 66, 4 (Winter), pp. 507-542.
Hattie, J. and Marsh, H.W. (2004) One journey to unravel the relationship between research and teaching. Research and teaching: Closing the divide? An International Colloquium, Winchester, March 18-19. http://www.solent.ac.uk/ExternalUP/318/hattie_and_marsh_paper.doc (accessed 15 February 2004).
Healey, M. (2000) Developing the scholarship of teaching in higher education: a discipline-based approach. Higher Education Research and Development, 19, 2, 169–189.
Healey, M., Jenkins, A. & Kneale, P. (2000). Small worlds on an interconnected planet:Teaching and learning geography in higher education. In C. Rust (Ed.), Improving student learning. Oxford: OCSLD
Huber, M. (2002) Disciplines and the Development of a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the United States of America. Invited essay for the Learning and Teaching Support Network.
Jenkins, A. (1995) The Impact of the Research Assessment Exercises on Teaching in Selected Geography Departments in England and Wales. Geography, 84, 4, 367–374.
Jenkins, A. (2000) Summary/Review of the Research and Scholarly Evidence on Teaching/Research Relationships in Higher Education. Prepared for seminar on Teaching/Research Relationships, Southampton, January 2000; as part of HEFCE Fundamental Review of Research. Published in Southampton Institute, The Relationship Between Research and Teaching in Higher Education: Present Realities, Future Possibilities. Southampton: Southampton Institute.
Jenkins, A. (2004) A Guide to the Research Evidence on Teaching-Research Relations. York: Higher Education Academy.
Jenkins, A. and Zetter, R. (2003) Linking research and teaching in departments. http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources.asp?process+full_record§ion=generic&id=257 (accessed 24 January 2004).
Jenkins, A., Blackman, T., Lindsay, R., Paton-Saltzberg, R., (1998) Teaching and research: Student perspectives and policy implications. Studies in Higher Education, 23, 2, 127 - 141.
Kolb, D. (1984) Experiential Learning: Experience at the source of learning. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
Kolb, D. A. (1981) Learning styles and disciplinary differences. In A. Chickering, (ed.) The Modern American College. San Francisco, Jossey Bass.
Krause, K-L. (2007) The Institutional Perspective. International policies and practices for academic enquiry: an international colloquium. 19-21 April. Marwell, UK. Available at http://portal-live.solent.ac.uk/university/rtconference/rtcolloquium_home.aspx. Last accessed 6.4.07
Latour, B. and Woolgar, S. (1986) Laboratory Life: the Construction of Scientific Facts. Princeton, N J.: Princeton University press.
Lattuca, L. and Stark, J. (1995) Will Disciplinary Perspectives Impede Curricular Reform?, Journal of Higher Education, 65, 4, 401-426.
Lea, R. L. and Street, B. V. (1998) Student Writing in Higher Education: An academic literacies approach. Studies in Higher Education, 23, 2, 157-172.
Lindblom-Ylännea, S., Trigwell, K., Nevgia, A. and Ashwin, P. (2006) How Approaches to Teaching are Affected by Discipline and Teaching Context. Studies in Higher Education, 31, 3, pp. 285–298.
Lindsay, R., Breen, R. and Jenkins, A. (2002) Academic research and teaching quality: the views of undergraduate and postgraduate students. Studies in Higher Education, 27, 3, 309–327.
Lucas, L. (2007) Research and Teaching Work Within University Education Departments: fragmentation or integration? Journal of Further and Higher Education, 31, 1, pp. 17–29.
Lueddeke, G. R. (2003). Professionalising teaching practice in higher education: A study of disciplinary variation and teaching-scholarship. Studies in Higher Education, 28, 213–228.
Marsh, H.W. and Hattie J. (2002) The relation between research productivity and teaching effectiveness. Journal of Higher Education 73, 5, 603–641.
Marton, F, dall’Alba, G and Beaty, E (1993) Conceptions of learning. International Journal of Educational Research, 19, 277-300.
McCune, V. and Hounsell, D. (2005) The Development of Students' Ways of Thinking and Practising in Three Final Year Biology Courses. Higher Education, .
McKee,A. (2002) Evidence-based practice in Health Sciences. Exchange, 3, Autumn, 19–20 http://www.exchange.ac.uk/issue3.asp. (Accessed 26.1.08)
McLean, M. and Barker, H. (2004) Students making progress and the 'research-teaching nexus' debate. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 9, No. 4,407-419
McNay, I. (1997) The Impact of the 1992 Research Assessment Exercise on Individual and Institutional Behaviour in English Higher Education. London: HEFCE.
Meyer, J. H. F. and Eley, M. G. (2006) The Approaches to Teaching Inventory: A critique of its development and applicability. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 76, 633–649.
Meyer, J.H.F. and Land, R. (2003),Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (1): linkages to ways of thinking and practising, in Rust, C. (ed.), Improving Student Learning – ten years on. Oxford: OCSLD.
Moses, I. (1990). Teaching, research and scholarship in different disciplines. Higher Education,19, 351-375.
NCHE, National Committee on Higher Education (1963). The Robbins Report.
NCHE, National Committee on Higher Education (1997). The Dearing Report.
Neumann, R. (1994).The teaching-research nexus: applying a framework to university students’ learning experiences. European Journal of Education, 29, 3, 323–339.
Neumann, R. (1996) Researching the Teaching-Research Nexus: A critical review. Australian Journal of Education, 40, 1, 5-18.
Neumann, R., Parry, S. and Becher, T. (2002) Teaching and Learning in their Disciplinary Contexts. Studies in Higher Education, 27, 4, 405-417.
Nowotny, H., Scott, P., and Gibbons, M. (2001) Rethinking Science: Knowledge and the Public in an Age of Uncertainty. Cambridge: Polity.
Parker, J. (2002) A New Disciplinarity: communities of knowledge, learning and practice. Teaching in Higher Education, 7, 4, 373-386.
Pascarella, E. T., and Terenzini, P. T. (1990). How College Affects Students. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Prosser, M. and Trigwell, K. (1999) Understanding Learning and Teaching: the experience of higher education. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.
Quinlan, K. M. (1996). Collaboration and cultures of teaching in university departments: Faculty beliefs about teaching and learning in history and engineering. Unpublished dissertation, Stanford University.
Quinlan, K. M. (1999) Commonalities and Controversy in Context: a study of academic historians’ educational beliefs. Teaching and Teacher Education, 15, 447-463.
Ramsden, P. and Moses, I. (1992) Associations between research and teaching in Australian higher education. Higher Education, 23, 273–295.
Rice, R. E. (1996) Making a place for the new American scholar. Paper presented to AAHE Conference 'Faculty Roles and Rewards', Atlanta, GA, 20/01/96.
Robertson, J. and Bond, C. (2001) Experiences of the Relation between Teaching and Research: what do academics value? Higher Education Research and Development, 20, 1, 5-19.
Robertson, J., & Blackler, G. (2006). Students' experiences of learning in a research environment. Higher Education Research and Development, 25, 3, 215-229.
Romainville, M. (1996) Teaching and research at university: A difficult pairing. Higher Education Management, 8, 135–144.
Rowland, S. (2000) Teaching and research: A marriage on the rocks? Presented to the 6th European Conference on Educational Research. Edinburgh 20 – 23 Sept. 2000 and published in THES Oct. 27, 2000, pp 28-9.
Ryle, G. (1949) The Concept of Mind. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Saljo, R (1979) Learning in the Learner’s perspective: some commonsense conceptions. Reports from the Institute of Education, University of Goteborg, No 76.
Scott, P. (2002) A lot to learn: we are all researchers now. Guardian Education. 8 January.
Serow, R. C. (2000) Research and Teaching at a Research University. Higher Education, 40, 4, 449-63.
Shulman, L. (2005) The Signature Pedagogies of the Professions of Law, Medicine, Engineering, and the Clergy: Potential Lessons for the Education of Teachers. http://hub.mspnet.org/index.cfm/11172 (accessed 16.10.06).
Smeby, J.-C. (2002) Consequences of project organisation in graduate education. Studies in Higher Education 7, 2, 139–51.
Stevenson, K and Sander, P (2002) Medical Students are From Mars – Business and Psychology Students are from Venus – University teachers are From Pluto? Medical Teacher, 24, 2, 27-31.
Trigwell, K. (2002). Approaches to teaching design subjects: a quantitative analysis. Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education 1, 69-80.
Trigwell, K. and Prosser, M. (1996) Changing approaches to teaching: a relational perspective. Studies in Higher Education. 21, 3, 275-284.
Trow, M. (1992) Thoughts on the White Paper of 1991, Higher Education Quarterly, 46, 3, 213-226.
Trowler, P. (1998) Academics Responding to Change: new higher education frameworks and academic cultures. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.
Trowler, P. and Turner, G. (2002) Exploring the Hermeneutic Foundations of University Life: Deaf academics in a hybrid community of practice. Higher Education, 43, 227-256.
Trowler, P. and Wareham, T. (2007a) Literature Review, The 'teaching-research nexus'. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/projects/nexus/docs/Deliverable_1___literature_review_30.4.7.doc Last accessed 6.4.07.
Trowler, P. and Wareham, T. (2007b) 'Reconceptualising the Teaching-Research Nexus'. In HERDSA Proceedings of the Annual HERDSA Conference 2007: Enhancing Higher Education Theory and Scholarship. 8-11 July 2007, Adelaide Australia.
Webster, D. (1985). Does research productivity enhance teaching? Educational Record, 66, 60–63.
Ylijoki, O-H. (2000) Disciplinary Cultures and the Moral Order of Studying. Higher Education, 39, 339-362.
Zaman, M. Q. (2004) Review of the academic evidence on the relationship between teaching and research in Higher Education. London: Department for Education and Skills.
Zamorski, B. (2000) Research-led teaching and learning in Higher Education. Norwich: Centre for Applied Research in Education.
Zetter, R. (2002). Teaching-research: making the departmental link. In Healey, M. and Jenkins, A. (eds.) Exchange. Issue 3. Autumn
Zubrick, A, Reid, I. and Rossiter, P. (2001) Strengthening the nexus between teaching and research. Australian Department of Education,Training and Youth Affairs, Canberra. http://www.dest.gov.au/archive /highered/eippubs/eip01_2/01_2.pdf (accessed 28 January 2004).
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