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Hills, Laura and Meakin, Deborah (2016). Developing frameworks to promote scholarship as a means of supporting teaching quality and effectiveness: a case study from within and across institutions. In: First Research and Scholarship in College Higher Education Conference (Lea, John ed.), Association of Colleges, London pp. 15–21.

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Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Stephen (2013). Achieving and maintaining a symbiosis between institutional priorities, personal professional development and improving student learning. In: Improving Student Learning Symposium 2012: Improving student learning through research and scholarship: 20 years of ISL, 29-31 Aug 2012, Lund, Sweden, Oxford Brookes University, pp. 177–189.

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Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Stephen (2012). Creating allowable personal and professional identities: the impact of changing contexts on SoTL activities and structures. In: ProPEL: Professional Practice, Education and Learning International Conference, 9-11 May 2012, University of Stirling.

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Hills, Laura and Swithenby, Steve (2010). Practitioner research as experiential learning?: the case of COLMSCT. In: Seventh International Conference on Networked Learning, 3-4 May 2010, Aalborg, Denmark, pp. 877–885.

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Swithenby, Stephen and Hills, Laura (2009). Criteria for effective development of academic staffthrough practitioner research. In: SEDA Spring Learning Teaching & Assessment Conference 2009, 07-09 May 2009, Brighton.

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Baume, David; Beck, Roger; Cox, Graham and Hills, Laura (2004). Training and qualifying distance learning tutors. Discursos. Série: Perspectivas em Educaçāo, 2 pp. 75–94.

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McCormick, Robert; Leach, Jenny; Harison, David; Hills, Laura; Moon, Bob and Beevor, Rebecca (2003). Professional development and ICT: the teachers’ experience. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 11-13 Sep 2003, Edinburgh.


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