Dr Wayne Turnbull
Humanities and Social Science
Email address: W.Turnbull@ljmu.ac.uk
Researching the origins, foundation and legacy of the Liverpool Nautical College, with specific reference to the period 1892-1900 when the college was under the direction of James Gill (1836-1900).
Turnbull W. 2022. Illuminating the History of the Training Ship HMS Conway through Stained Glass Windows Art and the Sea 9781802070200
Yorke M, Hoekstra P, Turnbull W. 2014. Maximising the use of institutional data. Stepping up to the Second Year at University Academic, psychological and social dimensions Routledge 9781317564980
TURNBULL . 2022. Widening Access to Higher Education in T He UK?: Developments and Approaches Using:Credit Accumulation and Transfer 1e 9780335250592
Turnbull W. 2020. A Brief History of Credit in UK Higher Education Laying Siege to the Ivory Tower Emerald Publishing Limited 9781839821714
Turnbull W. 2021. Book review: David Seed (ed.), American Travellers in Liverpool: Second Edition (Liverpool University Press, 2020). 346 pp. ISBN 9781789622041, £25.00 paperback. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 170 :193-194
Turnbull W, Atlay M. 2017. Aspects of credit practice in English and Welsh universities. ISBN 978-1-5272-1299-2
Turnbull W, Atlay M, Bridges P, Cameron M, Flinn M, Johnson B, Jurica J, Turjansky A. 2012. A Survey of Higher Education Credit Practice in the United Kingdom 2012.
Turnbull W. 2016. Mining institutional data for hidden truths. Innovations in Practice, 10 :88-92
Turnbull W, Burton D, Mullins P. 2008. 'Strategic repositioning of institutional frameworks': Balancing competing demands within the modular UK higher education environment Quality in Higher Education, 14 :15-28 DOI Publisher Url
Turnbull W, Yorke M, Woolf H, Stowell M, Allen R, Haines C, Redding M, Scurry D, Taylor-Russell G, Walker L. 2008. Enigmatic variations: Honours degree assessment regulations in the UK. Higher Education Quarterly, 3 :157-180
Turnbull W, Mullins P. 2007. Socratic dialogue as personal reflection. Reflective Practice, 8 :93-108