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Article

Ho, William; Higson, Helen E.; Dey, Prasanta K.; Xu, Xiaowei and Bahsoon, Rami Measuring performance of virtual learning environment system in higher education. Quality Assurance in Education, 17 (1), pp. 6-29.

Book Section

Higson, Helen E. (2009). Journey towards cultural competence:developing university teachers. IN: Managerial and entrepreneurial developments in the Mediterranean area. Vrontis, Demetris; Weber, Yaakov; Kaufmann, Rudi and Tarba, Shlomo (eds) Cyprus: EuroMed Press.

Foster, Catherine S. and Higson, Helen E. (2008). Parental influence: the role of parents for students living at home. IN: The Forum for the Advancement of Continuing Education (FACE). East London: FACE. (Unpublished)

Foster, Catherine S. and Higson, Helen E. Involving the family. IN: Towards a global understanding of lifelong learning. Hudson, Tony; Abramson, Mike and Acland, Tony (eds) Cork: FACE.

Monograph

Higson, Helen E. and Parkes, Etta (2005). Preparing Aston Business School students for placement. Working Paper. Higher Education Academy, York (UK).

Conference or Workshop Item

Glanfield, Keith; Oppenheimer, Nick; Lamb, Julian and Higson, Helen E. (2014). Welcome to my “real world”:integrating practice, theory and research to reduce under-graduate student a-motivation and increase employability. IN: 2nd International Colloquium on Design, Branding and Marketing. Nottingham Trent University, 2014-12-09 - 2014-12-10.

Andrews, Jane and Higson, Helen E. (2008). Learning for life? The pedagogical value of learning support services in higher education. IN: Society for Research into Higher Education. 2008-01-01 - 2008-01-01. (Unpublished)

Andrews, Jane; Booth, Malcolm; Halstead, Alison and Higson, Helen E. (2008). Relevant and rigorous? The work-study balance conundrum in foundation degrees: an exploratory study. IN: British Academy of Management conference 2008. 2008-09-10 - 2008-09-11. (Unpublished)

Williams, Christine; Tomkins, Angela; McEwen, Lindsey; Higson, Helen E.; Mason O'Connor, Kris and Wang, Xian (2008). Integrating employers in effective support for student work-based learning (WBL): an evidence base to inform innovative policy and practice. IN: HE Academy. 2008-07-01 - 2008-07-01. (Unpublished)

Higson, Helen E. and Andrews, Jane E. (2008). Employability competencies. IN: HE Academy BMAF - 1st Employability Special Interest Group Workshop on Employability Competencies. 2008-06-01. (Unpublished)

Foster, Catherine S. and Higson, Helen E. (2008). Supporting students: understanding the role and influence of parents for undergraduate students. IN: European Access Network. 2008-06-01. (Unpublished)

Andrews, Jane; Higson, Helen E. and Booth, Malcolm (2008). Learning through doing:the development of employability competencies through work-based learning within foundation degrees. IN: HE Academy Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance Subject Centre. 2008-04-01 - 2008-04-01. (Unpublished)

Foster, Catherine S. and Higson, Helen E. (2008). Supporting students from non-traditional backgrounds: recognizing the family. IN: FACE. 2008-01-01 - 2008-01-01. (Unpublished)

Higson, Helen E. (2007). The undergraduate learning experience, the National Student Survey, and how business schools can improve services and students' perceptions. IN: The Association of Business Schools - Senior Managers' Network. 2007-06-01. (Unpublished)

Andrews, Jane and Higson, Helen E. (2006). Professionalism and quality in European business courses : initial results. IN: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Nottingham, 2006-03-30. (Unpublished)

Higson, Helen E. (1999). Closing the loop. IN: Student feedback system conference. 1999-06-01 - 1999-06-01. (Unpublished)

Higson, Helen E. The journey towards cultural competence: first interventions. IN: HE Academy Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance Subject Centre. 2009-04-28 - 2009-04-29. (Unpublished)

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