From the use of technology in teaching to student engagement, the publications published by our Academy's staff explore a number of high-impact topics 

Innovations in Practice

Innovations in Practice is a peer reviewed electronic journal hosted by Liverpool John Moores University that explores and evaluates innovative practices in Higher Education teaching. It provides an opportunity for authors to disseminate evaluations of curricular designs, teaching interventions, analyses of institutional data and to raise awareness of new developments. Submissions are welcomed from both within and external to the university.

Teaching and Learning Academy publications

Below you’ll find a list of the Teaching and Learning Academy’s publications. You'll find more information about the work the Academy undertakes on our Projects page.

  • Drysdale M, McBeath M, Johansson K, Dressler S, Zaitseva E. 2015. Psychological Attributes and Work-Integrated Learning: An International Study Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning 
  • Milsom C, Stewart M, Yorke M, Zaitseva E. 2014. Stepping Up to the Second Year at University Academic, Psychological and Social Dimensions Milsom C, Stewart M, Yorke M, Zaitseva E. Routledge 9781317564980 
  • Carey P, Milsom C, Brooman S, Jubb E. 2010. Student views of assessment and feedback Innovations in Practice, 2 :123-130
  • Milsom C, Maynard C. 2010. Mind the gap: using technology to promote teacher immediacy and build a learning community SEDA Spring Teaching Learning and Assessment Conference
  • Brooman SD, Carey P, Jubb E, Milsom C. 2010. Student Views of Assessment and Feedback Innovations in Practice, 2 :123-132
  •  Turner, J., Bird, A., Connor, C., Spiers, A. and Reid, B. (2012), “‘Agents of Inter-change’: the use of student placement learning technologists”, Educational Development, Vol. 13 No. 4, pp. 11–14.