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  • David, M., Bathmaker, A-M, Crozier, G., Davis, P. Ertl, H, Fuller, A., Hayward, G. , Heath, S., Hockings, C., Parry, G., Reay, D., Vignoles, A. and Williams, J. (2009) Improving Learning by Widening Participation in Higher Education. London: Routledge
  • Ertl, H. et al. (2009): Reviewing Diploma Development: An Evaluation of the Design of the Diploma Qualifications (Evaluation Project Report) (with J. Stanley, P. Huddleston, C. Stasz, A. Laczik, G. Hayward), on:
  • Green, W. and Mertova, P. (2009) Internationalisation of teaching and learning at The University of Queensland: Perceptions and practices, Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Hayward, G. & Ertl, H. (2009): ‘The widening participation in HE UK policy agenda: questioning the unquestionable?’, in: David, M. (ed.): Improving Learning on Diversity of Access to and Participation in Higher Education. Routledge Gateway Improving Learning series, pp. 168-174.
  • Pring, R., Hayward, G., Hodgson, A., Johnson, J., Keep, E., Oancea, A., Rees, G., Spours, K. and Wilde, S. (2009) Education for All: The Future of education and training for 14-19 year olds. London: Routledge
  • Amundsen, C. & McAlpine, L. (2009). Learning supervision: Trial by fire? Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 46, 3, 331-342.
  • McAlpine, L., & Hopwood, N. (2009). Third spaces: A useful developmental lens? International Journal of Academic Development, 14, 2, 159-162.
  • McAlpine, L., & Amundsen, C. (2009). Identity and agency: Pleasures and collegiality among the challenges of the doctoral journey. Studies in Continuing Education, 31, 2, 107-123.
  • Mertova, P., Webster, L. (2009) “The academic voice in English and Czech higher education quality”. Quality Assurance in Education, 17 (2): 140 – 155.
  • Mills, D. (2009). “Making sense of doctoral training reforms in the social sciences.” International Journal of Researcher Development 1(1): 71 -83.


  • Ertl, H. & Wright, S. (2008) Reviewing the literature on the student learning experience in higher education London Review of Education Vol. 6, No. 3, 195 – 210.
  • Hoelscher, M., Hayward, G., Ertl, H. & Dunbar-Goddet, H. (2008): ‘The Transition from Vocational Education and Training to Higher Education: A successful pathway? Research Papers in Education, Vol. 23, No. 2, 139-151.
  • Mills, D. (2008). Difficult Folk: A political history of social anthropology. Oxford, Berghahn.
  • Mills, D. (2008). “Compare, contrast, converge: A biography of the Demographic Review of the Social Sciences (2006).” Twenty First Century Society 3(3): 263 -278.
  • Ertl, H. & Frommberger, D. (2008): ‘Comparative VET Research – Methodological Considerations, Results and Current Questions, in: RAUNER, FELIX & MACLEAN, RUPERT (eds.): Handbook of Technical and Vocational Education and Training Research (Dordrecht: Springer International), 259-266.


  • Hayward, G. and McNichol, J. (2007) Modular mayhem? A case study of the development of the A-level science curriculum in England. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice, Vol 14, No 3, pp. 335-351
  • Hayward, G (2007) Vocationalism and the decline of vocational learning in England, in Bechel, J.J. and Fees, K. (eds) Bildung oder Outcome? Herbolzheim: Centaurus, pp. 91- 112.
  • Leney, T., May, T., Hayward, G. and Wilde, S (2007) International Comparisons in Further Education: DFES Research Report RR832 (2007)
  • Webster, L., Mertova, P. (2007) Using Narrative Inquiry as a Research Method: An introduction to using a critical event narrative analysis in research on learning and teaching, Routledge Falmer, Abingdon, UK.
  • Wilde, S. and Wright, S. (2007) On the same wavelength but tuned to different frequencies? Perceptions of academic and admissions staff in England and Wales on the articulation between 14-19 education and training and higher education. London Review of Education, 5 (3), 299-312.