Higher Education Research & Development Vol. 39 No. 4

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Perceptions and intentions of secondary students in rural Australia to progress to university
Franz Carrillo-Higueras & T. R. Walton, Pages: 627-642

Blended learning in higher education: professional development in a Hong Kong university
Jennifer Catharine Evans, Hennie Yip, Kannass Chan, Christine Armatas & Ada Tse, Pages: 643-656

Students’ perceptions of an interdisciplinary global study tour: uncovering inexplicit employability skills
Rachael Hains-Wesson & Kaiying Ji, Pages: 657-671

Evaluating the impact of reflecting on curriculum-embedded skill development: the experience of science undergraduates
Michelle A. Hill, Tina L. Overton & Christopher D. Thompson, Pages: 672-688

Learner self-efficacy, goal orientation, and academic achievement: exploring mediating and moderating relationships
Toni Honicke, Jaclyn Broadbent & Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, Pages: 689-703

Surviving the performance management of academic work: evidence from young Chinese academics
Ya-Ting Huang & Jian Xu, Pages: 704-718

Are doctoral theses with articles more popular than monographs? Supervisors and students in biological and health sciences weigh up risks and benefits
T. Jowsey, A. Corter & A. Thompson, Pages: 719-732

Expatriate academics and transnational teaching: the need for quality assurance and quality enhancement to go hand in hand
Antonia M. Lamers-Reeuwijk, Wilfried F. Admiraal & Roeland M. van der Rijst, Pages: 733-747

Academics’ perceptions of collaboration in higher education course design
Catherine Newell & Alan Bain, Pages: 748-763

Mentoring and sponsorship in higher education institutions: men’s invisible advantage in STEM?
Pat O’Connor, Clare O’Hagan, Eva Sophia Myers, Liv Baisner, Georgi Apostolov, Irina Topuzova, Gulsun Saglamer, Mine G. Tan & Hulya Caglayan, Pages: 764-777

The writing center and international students in a Japanese university: a language management perspective
Tomoyo Okuda, Pages: 778-791

The great neoliberal hijack of collaboration: a critical history of group-based learning in tertiary education
Nicholas Rowe, Pages: 792-805

A tripartite framework for extending university-student co-creation to include workplace partners in the work-integrated learning context
Jennifer Ruskin & Rebecca H. Bilous, Pages: 806-820

The PhD – is it out of alignment?
Sharon Sharmini & Rachel Spronken-Smith, Pages: 821-833

Photovoice as a research method for higher education research
Rob Wass, Vivienne Anderson, Rafaela Rabello, Clinton Golding, Ana Rangi & Esmay Eteuati, Pages: 834-850

Book Reviews

Teaching excellence in higher education: challenges, changes, and the teaching excellence framework edited by Amanda French and Matt O’Leary, Bingley, UK, Emerald Publishing, 2017, 120 pp., £34.76 (paperback), ISBN: 978-1-78714-762-1
Dawn Gilmore, Pages: 851-852

Doing your research project. A guide for first-time researchers by Judith Bell with Stephen Waters, 6th Ed., Berkshire, UK, McGraw-Hill Education, 2014, 273 pages (306 including the Glossary, References and Index), (paperback), ISBN-13 978-0-3352-6446-9
Anna-Marie Babey, Pages: 852-854


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