Learning in academia is more than academic learning: action research in academic practice for and with medical academics
Academic learning traditionally involves research, and the production of journal papers, books, etc. 'Learning in academia' refers to academics becoming more skilful in what they do. It is what legal or medical clinicians would refer to as continuing professional education (or development) (CPE/D) which, by analogy, invokes the notion of CPE in academic practice. Action research and reflective practice through action learning processes in a graduate programme in higher education are used to...[Show more]
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