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Cummings, William; Fisher, Donald and Locke, William eds. (2011). Changing Governance and Management in Higher Education: The Perspectives of the Academy. The Changing Academy – The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective,, 2. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer .

Locke, William and Teichler, Ulrich eds. (2007). The changing conditions for academic work and careers in select countries. Werkstattberichte (66). Kassel, Germany: International Centre for Higher Education Research.

Arthur, Lore and Little, Brenda (2010). The REFLEX study: exploring graduates' views on the relationship between higher education and employment. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, The Open University, London, UK. file

Bennion, Alice and Locke, William (2009). The early career paths and employment conditions of the academic profession in seventeen countries. In: Academia Europaea Conference: Diversification of Higher Education and the Academic Profession, 26-28 March 2009, Accademia delle Scienze, Turin, Italy.

Bennion, Alice and Locke, William (2010). The early career paths and employment conditions of the academic profession in seventeen countriees. European Review, 18(1) S7-S33.

Bennion, Alice; Scesa, Anna and Williams, Ruth (2011). The benefits of part-time undergraduate study and UK higher education policy: a literature review. Higher Education Quarterly, 65(2) pp. 145–163.

Brennan, J. and Shah, T. (2003). Access to what? Converting education opportunity into employment opportunity [Final report]. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, London, UK.

Brennan, J.L. (2010). Employability of university graduates and graduate outcomes. In: Peterson, Penelope; Baker, Eva and McGaw, Barry eds. International Encyclopedia of Education, 3rd edition, Volume 4. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 354–359.

Brennan, John (2008). Higher education and social change. Higher Education, 56(3) pp. 381–393.

Brennan, John (2005). Reform and Transformation Following Regime Change. In: Bleiklie, I. and Henkel, M. eds. Governing Knowledge: a study of continuity and change in Higher Education. Higher Education Dynamics, 9. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Academic Publishers, pp. 49–64.

Brennan, John (2005). Graduate employment surveys in the UK (Indagini sullo stato occupazionale dei laureati nel Regno Unito). In: Cammelli, Andrea ed. La transizione dall'universita al lavoro in Europa e in Italia. Bologna: Il Mulino.

Brennan, John (2007). The Multiple Functions of Evaluation and Quality Assessment. In: Cavalli, A. ed. Quality Assessment for Higher Education in Europe: Problems, Practices and Solutions. London, UK: Portland Press, pp. 17–26.

Brennan, John (2002). Transformation or Reproduction? Contradictions in the Social Role of the Contemporary University. In: Enders, J. and Fulton, O. eds. Higher Education in a Globalising World: International Trends and Mutual Observation - A Festschrift in Honour of Ulrich Teichler. Higher Education Dynamics (1). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 73–86.

Brennan, John (2007). The rise of the evaluative society and the legitimisation of 'difference' in UK higher education. In: Enders, Jurgen and van Vught, Frans eds. Towards a cartography of higher education policy change. Enschede, NL: Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), pp. 105–111.

Brennan, John (2007). On Researching Ourselves: the difficult case of autonomy in researching higher education. In: Kayrooz, C.; Akerlind, G. and Tight, M. eds. Autonomy in Social Science University Research: The View from United Kingdom and Australian Universities. International Perspectives on Higher Education Research, 4. UK: Elsevier, pp. 167–182.

Brennan, John (2007). Equity, quality and employability - lessons from the United Kingdom. In: Kehm, Barbara M. ed. Looking back to look forward. Analyses of higher education after the Turn of the millennium. Kassel, Germany: INCHER-Kassel, pp. 31–42.

Brennan, John (2007). The Academic profession and increasing expectations of relevance. In: Kogan, Maurice and Teichler, Ulrich eds. Key Challenges to the Academic Profession. Werkstattberichte des INCHER-Kassel (Workshop Reports of the INCHER ) (65). Kassel, Germany: International Centre for Higher Education Research/UNESCO Forum on Higher Education Research and Knowledge, pp. 19–28.

Brennan, John (2001). Quality management, power and values in European Higher Education. In: Smart, John C. ed. Higher Education: handbook of theory and research. Higher Education: handbook of theory and research, XVI. USA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 119–145.

Brennan, John; Blasko, Z.; Little, B. and Woodley, A. (2002). UK graduates and the impact of work experience. UK: HEFCE.

Brennan, John; Edmunds, Robert; Houston, Muir; Jary, David; Lebeau, Yann; Osbourne, Michael and Richardson, John T. E. (2010). Improving what is learned at university: An exploration of the social and organisational diversity of university education. London, UK: Routledge.

Brennan, John and Gourley, Brenda (2006). Strategic alliance between universities and their communities. In: Weber, Luc E. and Duderstadt, James J. eds. Universities and business: partnering for the knowledge society. London: Economica, pp. 39–62.

Brennan, John; Johnston, Brenda; Little, Brenda; Shah, Tarla and Woodley, Alan (2001). The Employment of UK graduates: comparisons with Europe and Japan. Higher Education Funding Council for England.

Brennan, John; King, Roger and Lebeau, Yann (2004). The Role of universities in the transformation of societies: an international research project. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information/Association of Commonwealth Universities, UK.

Brennan, John and Naidoo, Rajani (2008). Higher education and the achievement (and/or prevention) of equity and social justice. Higher Education, 56(3) pp. 287–302.

Brennan, John and Naidoo, Rajani (2006). Managing contradictory functions: The role of Universities in societies undergoing radical social transformation. In: Neave, Guy ed. Knowledge, Power and Dissent: Critical Perspectives on Higher Education and Research in Knowledge Society. Education on the Move. Paris: UNESCO Publishing, pp. 221–234.

Brennan, John; Naidoo, Rajani and Patel, Kavita (2009). Quality, equity and the social dimension: The shift from the National to the European level. In: Kehm, Barbara M.; Huisman, Jeroen and Stensaker, Bjorn eds. The European Higher Education Area: Perspectives on a Moving Target. Rotterdam: Sense, pp. 141–162.

Brennan, John and Osborne, Mike (2008). Higher education's many diversities: of students, institutions and experiences; and outcomes? Research Papers in Education, 23(2) pp. 179–190.

Brennan, John and Patel, Kavita (2008). Student identities in mass higher education: identity and the academic profession. In: Amaral, Alberto; Bleiklie, Ivar and Musselin, Christine eds. From Governance to Identity : a Festschrift for Mary Henkel. Higher Education Dynamics (24). Dortrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp. 19–30.

Brennan, John and Shah, Tarla (2003). Access to what? Opportunities in education and employment. In: Slowly, Maria and Watson, David eds. Higher education and the lifecourse. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, pp. 106–121.

Brennan, John and Teichler, Ulrich (2008). The future of higher education and of higher education research. Higher Education, 56(3) pp. 259–264.

Brennan, John and Thorpe, Mary (2008). Public value in adult learning. Ad-Lib, Journal for Continuing Liberal Adult Education, 35 pp. 22–25.

Brennan, John and Williams, Ruth (2008). Higher education outside the universities: the UK case. In: Taylor, J.S.; Brites Ferreira, J.; Lourdes Machado, M. de and Santiago, R. eds. Non-University Higher Education in Europe. Higher Education Dynamics (23). UK: Springer, pp. 231–244.

Brennan, John (2004). Graduate employment: issues for debate and enquiry. International Higher Education, 34(Winter) pp. 12–14. file

Brennan, John; Arthur, Lore; Little, Brenda; Cochrane, Allan; Williams, Ruth; Locke, William; Singh, Mala; David, Miriam; Kim, Terri and King, Roger (2010). Higher Education and Society: A research report. CHERI, London. file

Brennan, John; Enders, Jurgen; Valimaa, Jussi; Musselin, Christine and Teichler, Ulrich (2008). Higher Education Looking Forward: an agenda for future research. European Science Foundation, Strasbourg. file

Brennan, John; Knight, Peter and Papatsiba, Vassiliki (2004). Towards a Research Strategy on Learning & Teaching. Report of a study to assist HEFCE in the development of a long-term research and evaluation plan to underpin its policies on learning and teaching. Not Set. file

Brennan, John and Little, Brenda (2010). Graduate competences and relationships with the labour market: the UK case. In: Development of Competencies in the World of Work and Education, 24-26 September 2009, Ljubljana, Slovenia. file

Brennan, John; Little, Brenda; Connor, Helen; de Weert, Egbert; Delve, Sue; Harris, Judy; Josselyn, Bridget; Ratcliffe, Nick and Scesa, Anna (2006). Towards a strategy for workplace learning: Report to HEFCE by CHERI and KPMG. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, UK. file

Brennan, John; Locke, William and Naidoo, Rajani (2007). United Kingdom: an increasingly differentiated profession. In: Locke, William and Teichler, Ulrich eds. The Changing Conditions for Academic Work and Career in Selected Countries. Werkstattberichte series. Kassel, Germany: International Centre for Higher Education Research. file

Brennan, John and Shah, Tarla (2003). Report on the implementation of progress files. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Brennan, John and Williams, Ruth (2004). Accreditation and related regulatory matters in the UK. In: Schwarz, Stefanie and Westerheijden, Don F. eds. Accreditation and evaluation in the European higher education area. Higher education dynamics (Volume). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, pp. 465–490. file

Cochrane, Allan and Williams, Ruth (2013). Putting higher education in its place: the socio-political geographies of English universities. Policy and Politics, 41(1) pp. 43–58. file

Costley, Carol; Abukari, Abdulai and Little , Brenda (2009). Literature review of employee learning. The Higher Education Academy , York, England.

Edmond, Nadia; Little, Brenda and Reeve, Fiona (2011). Work-based higher education and skill utilisation. In: Critical Perspectives on Professional Learning , 13 June 2011, University of Leeds.

Edmond, Nadia; Little, Brenda and Reeve, Fiona (2010). The meaning of HE in developing professional identities: some reflections on workbased foundation degrees and skill utilisation. In: SRHE Annual Research Conferenc 2010, 14-16 Dec 2010, Newport. file

Edmonds, Nadia; Fuller, Alison; Hillier, Yvonne; Ingram, Robert; Little, Brenda; Reeve, Fiona and Webb, Sue (2009). Really useful qualifications and learning? Exploring the policy effects of new sub-bachelors degree qualifications. In: 39th Annual Conference of the Standing Conference on university teaching and research in the education of adults (SCUTREA), 7- 9 July 2009, Cambridge, UK. file

Kim, Terri and Locke, William (2010). Transnational academic mobility and the academic profession. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, The Open University, London. file

Kimura, Maki (2008). Narrative as a site of subject construction: The 'Comfort Women' debate. Feminist Theory, 9(1) pp. 5–24.

Kimura, Maki (2008). Book Review, Reflections on Practice: Teaching ‘Race’ and Ethnicity in Further and Higher Education. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 1(2) pp. 105–108.

Lebeau, Y (2002). The Nigerian scientific community between globalisation and marginalisation. In: Mouton, J.; Waast, R. and Ritchie, F. eds. Science in Africa, proceedings of the symposium on 17 & 18 October 2001. South Africa: Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies; University of Stellenbosch, pp. 93–104.

Lebeau, Y; Niame, B; Piriou, A and De Saint Martin, M (2003). Marginalisation de la recherche et stratégies d'extraversion dans les universités nigérianes. In: Not Set ed. Etat et Acteurs émergents en Afrique : démocratie, indocilité et transnationalisation. Paris: Karthala.

Lebeau, Yann (2003). Extraversion Strategies within a Peripheral Research Community: Nigerian Scientists’ Responses to the State and Changing Patterns of International Science and Development Cooperation. Science, Technology and Society, 8(2)

Lebeau, Yann (2003). Classement et déclassement des universités au Nigeria: de l’uniformité des procédures d'admission à la multiplicité des stratégies de contournement. Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines, 4(169-17 (3)) pp. 209–234.

Lebeau, Yann (2002). La ‘communauté nationale’ des universitaires nigérians entre mondialisation des réseaux de la recherche et individualisation des carrières. In: Ducasse, Roland and Akam, Noble eds. Quelle université pour l'Afrique? Pessac, France: Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.

Little, Brenda (2008). Graduate development in European employment: issues and contradictions. Education and Training, 50(5) pp. 379–390.

Little, Brenda (2001). Reading between the lines of graduate employment. Quality in Higher Education, 7(2) pp. 121–129.

Little, Brenda (2005). Policies towards work-focused Higher Education - are they meeting employers' needs? Tertiary Education and Management, 11(2) pp. 131–146.

Little, Brenda (2005). The student experience and the impact of social capital. In: McNay, Ian ed. Beyond mass higher education. Maidenhead, England: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, pp. 57–67.

Little, Brenda and Connor, Helen (2007). When will diversity of higher education mean diversity of entry routes for young people? Journal of Access Policy and Practice, 4(2) pp. 134–156.

Little, Brenda and Harvey, Lee (2007). UK work placements: a choice too far? Tertiary Education and Management, 13(3) pp. 227–245.

Little, Brenda (2011). Employability for the workers - what does this mean? Education and Training, 53(1) pp. 57–66. file

Little, Brenda and Arthur, Lore (2010). Less time to study, less well prepared for work, yet satisfied with higher education: A UK perspective on links between higher education and the labour market. Journal of Education and Work, 23(3) pp. 275–296. file

Little, Brenda; Braun, Edith and Tang, Win-Yee (2008). Competences possessed and required by European graduates. REFLEX Report to HEFCE No 4. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, UK. file

Little, Brenda and Brennan, John (1996). A Review of Work Based Learning in Higher Education. Department for Education and Employment, Sheffield. file

Little, Brenda and Connor, Helen (2005). Vocational ladders or crazy paving? Making your way to higher levels. Learning and Skills Development Agency, London, UK. file

Little, Brenda and Locke, William (2008). Conceptions of excellence in teaching and learning and implications for future policy and practice. In: 21st Annual Conference of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER): CHER Annual Conference on 'Excellence and Diversity in Higher Education. Meanings, Goals and Instruments', 11-13 Sept 2008, Pavia, Italy. file

Little, Brenda; Locke, William; Parker, Jan and Richardson, John (2007). Excellence in teaching and learning: A review of the literature for the Higher Education Academy. Higher Education Academy, UK. file

Little, Brenda; Locke, William; Scesa, Anna and Williams, Ruth (2009). Report to HEFCE on student engagement. HEFCE, Bristol, UK. file

Little, Brenda and Tang, Win-Yee (2008). Age differences in graduate employment across Europe. Higher Education Funding Coucil for England, Bristol, UK. file

Little, Brenda and Williams, Ruth (2009). Higher education policy initiatives and their implementation - the case of Lifelong Learning Networks in England. Journal of Access Policy and Practice, 6(2) pp. 97–115. file

Little, Brenda and Williams, Ruth (2010). Students' roles in maintaining quality and in enhancing learning - is there a tension? Quality in Higher Education, 16(2) pp. 115–127. file

Locke, W; Brennan, J and Little, B (2006). Higher Education's effects on disadvantaged groups and communities - A Report of an ESRC Network on cross-regional perspectives on the transformative impact of higher education on disadvantaged groups and communities. CHERI, Open University, London.

Locke, W. and Botas, P. (2009). The academic labour market in the United Kingdom: Fully developed or quasi-market? In: 22nd Annual Conference of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER), 10-12 Spetember 2009, Porto, Portugal.

Locke, W.; Creme, P. and Marrable, T. (2000). Promoting interest in student writing. In: Graal, M. O. and Clark, R. P. eds. Writing Development in Higher Education: Partnerships Across the Curriculum. Teaching and Learning Unit, University of Leicester.

Locke, W. and Kim, T. (2009). Transnational academic mobility and the academic profession in the UK. In: Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, 8-10 December 2009, Newport, Wales.

Locke, William (2004). Integrating research and teaching strategies: implications for institutional management and leadership in the United Kingdom. Higher Education Management and Policy, 16(3) pp. 101–120.

Locke, William (2007). Higher Education Mergers: Integrating Organisational Cultures and Developing Appropriate Management Styles. Higher Education Quarterly, 61(1) pp. 83–102.

Locke, William (2004). Visions of 21st Century university environments: the significance of estates strategies. Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education, 8(1) pp. 5–10.

Locke, William (2008). Higher education policy in England: missed opportunities, unintended consequences and unfinished business. Journal of Access Policy and Practice, 5(2) pp. 181–208.

Locke, William (2007). Reconceptualising the research-policy nexus in Higher Education: 'Evidence-based policy' in practice in national and international contexts. In: European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2007: Contested Qualities of Educational Research, 19-21 Sept 2007, Ghent, Belgium.

Locke, William (2009). Intermediary bodies in UK higher education governance, with particular reference to Universities UK. Higher Education Forum, 6(March) pp. 33–47.

Locke, William (2008). Graduates’ retrospective views of higher education. HEFCE, UK.

Locke, William (2008). The classification and ranking of European Universities: Should the UK be concerned? In: UK HE Europe Unit conference ‘Going the Extra Mile: Bologna beyond 2010’, 28 October 2008, Woburn House Conference Centre, London, UK.

Locke, William (2010). The academic life: Small worlds, different worlds. In: Burton R Clark Seminar: His contribution to the study of higher education, 31 March 2010, Centre for Higher Education Studies, Institute of Education, University of London. file

Locke, William (2009). League Tables: Counting what is measured or measuring what counts? In: Teachers and Advisors Conference: Truth or Myth: HE Admissions and University Choice, 29-30 January 2009, Glamorgan, Wales.

Locke, William (2008). A 'league-table culture?' The policy and governance implications of university rankings in a hierarchical higher education system. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference 2008, 9-11 December 2008, Liverpool.

Locke, William (2008). The changing academic profession: Implications for institutional management. In: Association of University Administrators Annual Conference, 31 March - 2 April 2008, University of York.

Locke, William (2007). The international study of the changing academic profession: Findings from the UK survey. In: Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference, 11-13 December 2007, Brighton.

Locke, William (2006). Reconnecting the research-policy-practice nexus in higher education: a personal and professional reflection on recent developments in HE policy. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, 12-14 December 2006, Brighton.

Locke, William (2005). Higher education mergers: Integrating organisational cultures and management styles. In: Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, 13-15 December 2005, Edinburgh.

Locke, William (2003). The White Paper, HE Bill and the Spending Review: implications for students services. In: Association of Managers of Stuent Services in Higher Education (AMOSSHE) Meeting, December 2003, London.

Locke, William (2002). What next? Beyond the student services project. In: Association of Managers of Student Services in Higher Education (AMOSSHE) Annual Conference, November 2002, Birmingham.

Locke, William (2002). A holistic approach to student support: Examples of good practice from England. In: European Access Network Annual Conference, July 2002, Prato, Italy.

Locke, William (2010). False economy? Multiple markets, reputational hierarchy and incremental policymaking in UK Higher Education. In: Brown, Roger ed. Higher Education and the Market. Abingdon, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.A.: Routledge, pp. 74–85.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). The academic profession in the UK and other english-speaking countries: Thinking about 'attractiveness' from the perspectives of different career stages and trajectories. In: International Conference - The Attractiveness of the Academic Profession: The Management Challenge, 1-2 October 2009, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). The changing personal characterisitcs, career trajectories and sense of identity/commitment of academics in mature higher educational systems. In: Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference, 4-7 November 2009, Vancouver, Canada.

Locke, William D. (2010). The changing academic profession in the UK. In: Forskervilkår under press?, 24 March 2010, Oslo. file

Locke, William D. and Bennion, Alice (2009). The UK academic profession in an international context: Academic retreat or professional renewal? In: Higher Education Research Seminar, 23 June 2009, Kingston University.

Locke, William (2007). The Academic Profession: changing roles, terms and definitions. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, London. file

Locke, William (2007). Intermediary Bodies in UK Higher Education Governance, with particular reference to Universities UK. In: A Comparative Study on the Functions of University Associations and Professional Bodies in Higher Education Governance, 7 August 2007, Tohoku University, Tokyo, Japan. file

Locke, William (2007). Ranking Universities: Criteria and Consequences. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, London. file

Locke, William (2008). The Academic Profession in England: Still stratified after all these years? In: Not Set ed. The Changing Academic Profession In International Comparative and Quantitative Perspectives. RIHE International Seminar Reports (12). Hiroshima, Japan: Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University, pp. 89–115. file

Locke, William (2007). The Changing Academic Profession in the UK: Setting the Scene. Universities UK, London, UK. file

Locke, William (2008). Do university rankings contribute to transparency? In: CHE Symposium: Counting, measuring, estimating…a blessing or a curse for higher education institutions?, 19-20 June 2008, Berlin, Germany. file

Locke, William (2009). Reconnecting the research-policy-practice nexus in higher education: 'Evidence-based policy' in practice in national and international contexts. Higher Education Policy, 22(2) pp. 119–140. file

Locke, William (2007). Introduction. In: Locke, William and Teichler, Ulrich eds. The Changing Conditions for Academic Work and Careers in Select Countries. Werkstattberichte (66). Kassel, Germany: International Centre for Higher Education Research, pp. 7–13. file

Locke, William (2011). The institutionalization of rankings: managing status anxiety in an increasingly marketized environment. In: Shin, Jung Cheol and Toutkoushian, Robert K. eds. University Rankings: Theoretical Basis, Methodology and Impacts on Global Higher Education. The Changing Academy - The Changing Academic Proffesion in International Comparative Perspective (3). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, pp. 201–228.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). Teaching and Research in English Higher Education: New divisions of labour and changing perspectives on core academic roles. In: The Changing Academic Profession Over 1992-2007: International, Comparative, and Quantitative Perspectives, 13-14 January 2009, Research Institute for Higher Education (RIHE), Hiroshima University, Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan. file

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2008). The governance and management of Higher Education in 'mature' Higher Education systems: the United Kingdom. In: Symposium, Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference, 5-8 November 2008, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. file

Locke, William; Verbik, Line; Richardson, John T. E. and King, Roger (2008). Counting What Is Measured or Measuring What Counts? League Tables and Their Impact On Higher Education Institutions in England. Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, UK. file

Parker, Lynn and Williams, Ruth (2011). Higher education and regional transformation in the UK: social and cultural perspectives. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 17(1) pp. 130–148. file

Sall, Ebrima; Lebeau, Yann and Kassimir, Ron (2003). The Public dimensions of the university in Africa. Journal of Higher Education in Africa, 1(1) pp. 126–148.

Singh, M. (2003). Universities and Society: Whose Terms of Engagement? In: Bjanarson, S. and Coldstream, P. eds. The Idea of Engagement: Universities in Society. London: Association of Commonwealth Universities, pp. 58–78.

Singh, M. (2007). The Governance of Accreditation. In: Tres, J. and Sanyal, B.C. eds. Higher Education in the World 2007: Accreditation for Quality Assurance: What is at Stake? Series on the Social Commitment of Universities 2. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 96–108.

Singh, Mala (2008). Valuing differentiation as a qualified good: the case of South African higher education. Higher Education Policy, 21(2) pp. 245–263. file

Velasco, Maria and Williams, Ruth (2009). Delivering analytical science e-learning in the workplace. In: EuroAnalysis 2009, 6-10 September 2009, Innsbruck, Austria.

Williams, Ruth (2004). Report of focus group research on 'Responding to Students Needs'. QAA Scotland, Glasgow, Scotland. file

Williams, Ruth (2008). Evaluating lifelong learning networks. In: Duffy, R. L. ed. Bringing Higher Education Within Reach. Falmer, Brighton, UK: Sussex Learning Network, pp. 194–197. file

Williams, Ruth and Brennan, John (2004). Collecting and using student feedback Date: A guide to good practice. Higher Education Academy, York, UK. file

Williams, Ruth and Brennan, John (2003). Collecting and using student feedback on quality and standards of learning and teaching in Higher Education. HEFCE, Bristol, UK. filefile

Williams, Ruth and Brennan, John (2003). The English degree and graduate careers. LTSN English Subject Centre, London, UK. file

Williams, Ruth; Brennan, John and Woodley, Alan (2005). Alumni studies in the United Kingdom. In: Weerts, David J. and Vidal, Javier eds. Enhancing Alumni Research: European and American Perspectives. New directions for institutional research, 126 (126). Wiley, pp. 83–94. file

Williams, Ruth and Cochrane, Allan (2010). The role of higher education in social and cultural transformation. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, The Open University, London. file

Williams, Ruth and Cochrane, Allan (2012). Universities, regions and social disadvantage. In: Benneworth, Paul ed. University Engagement with Socially Excluded Communities. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 67–81.

Williams, Ruth and Kimura, Maki (2006). An investigation of vocational progression pathways for young people and adults in building crafts and hospitality CoVEs: A London case study. Learning and Skills Network, London, UK. file

Williams, Ruth; King, Roger and Griffiths, Paul (2007). Regulatory intermediation and quality assurance in higher education: the case of the auditors. Oxford Review of Education, 33(2) pp. 161–174. file

Williams, Ruth and Little, Brenda (2008). Interim evaluation of lifelong learning networks. HEFCE, Bristol, UK. file

Williams, Ruth and Scesa, Anna (2008). Engagement in course development by employers not traditionally involved in Higher Education: student and employer perceptions of its impact. EPPI-Cnetre, University of London, London, UK. filefilefile

Williams, Ruth and Velasco, Maria (2010). Novel work-based learning courses in analytical sciences. In: Variety in Chemistry Education Conference, 02-03 Sep 2010, Loughborough University, UK. file

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