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To be included in this collection the journal article must meet the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) definition of research and:

  • be published in a scholarly journal
  • have been peer-reviewed
  • have an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) or ISBN

The types of journal articles that may meet the criteria include:

  • commentaries and communications of original research
  • research notes
  • letters to journals, provided that the letter satisfies the HERDC definition of research and the subsequent definitions for journal articles in this section
  • critical scholarly texts which appear in article form
  • articles reviewing multiple works or an entire field of research
  • invited papers in journals
  • articles in journals which are targeted to both scholars and professionals
  • articles in a stand alone series.

The types of journal articles that are unlikely to meet the criteria include:

  • letters to the editor
  • case studies
  • articles designed to inform practitioners on existing knowledge in a professional field
  • articles in newspapers and popular magazines
  • editorials
  • book reviews
  • brief commentaries and communications of original research reviews of art exhibitions, concerts, theatre productions.

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  • Currie, Janet; Ljungdahl, Lesley (Common Ground Publishing, 2013)
    This paper presents results of qualitative research exploring pre-service primary school teachers' (n=133) perspectives of health. Findings revealed five main themes to emerge defining health as (a) a state of health; (b) ...
  • Hunter, Kerry; Tse, Harry (University of Queensland School of Economics, 2013)
    The paper examines the determination of academic performance in tertiary economics by adding a slightly broader range of factors that include socio-economic background to the main factors already identified in the literature.
  • Boud, David; Lawson, Romy; Thompson, Darrall (Routledge, 2013)
    One of the implicit aims of higher education is to enable students to become better judges of their own work. This paper examines whether students who voluntarily engage in self-assessment improve in their capacity to make ...
  • Manidis, Marie; Scheeres, Hermine (Routledge, 2013)
    This article presents a meta-disciplinary and institutional framework of practices used by nurses and doctors to manage the indeterminacy of knowing in emergency departments (EDs) in Australia. We draw on Schatzkian ...
  • O'Hara Davies, Breda (Academic Scholars Publishing, 2011)
    We live in an era of accelerated change and innovation which demands that we adapt and evolve or risk obsolescence and exclusion. This paper traces the path of English language teaching (ELT) since its inception. It ...