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DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF THE HANDBOOK Case studies The case studies contained in each chapter are a particular strength of the handbook. In most cases, these include the names of the contributing case study authors. These exemplify issues, practices and research findings mentioned in the body of the respective chapters. The case studies are drawn from a wealth of different institutions, involving the everyday practice of their authors and their colleagues to demonstrate how particular approaches can be used successfully.
He spent his full-time career working in the higher education sector, first as Lecturer in Microbiology, later moving into human resources, working on policy and development, before establishing the Learning Institute. He was actively involved in strategy development and led projects on the enhancement of teaching and learning. At Queen Mary he initiated the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice and a range of other development programmes for staff and researchers, including the High Potential Leaders Programme for high flying academic and professional staff.
Sarah Hamilton was previously a lecturer at BPP Business School, specialising in Human Resource Management. She is now the Assessment Enhancement Manager in the Learning and Teaching team at BPP University (a private for-profit university in England). Her particular research interest is in the development of education for emerging professions. Rebecca Huxley-Binns is Professor of Legal Education and Co-Director of the Centre for Legal Education at Nottingham Law School. She is a National Teaching Fellow, Chair of the Association of Law Teachers and was Law Teacher of the Year 2010.