As a recently-appointed University of Hertfordshire Research Fellow in research rich and informed teaching in higher education, I am exploring these questions: what does this phrase mean, how have others approached its research and how might I build on their work? That process is fleshed out by considering explanations from the sector about its importance, examining three recent (2014-16) literature reviews and reviewing the background and development of an influential diagrammatic model of ‘undergraduate research and inquiry’ produced by Healey and Jenkins (2009). The article concludes by offering ‘a map of the terrain’, research questions with which to explore that map and contact details to find out more.
|Number of pages||10|
|Specialist publication||LINK - University of Hertfordshire|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Jul 2017|
- Higher Education
- teaching and learning
- educational research