Amundsen, C. and McAlpine, L. (2009) Learning supervision: Trial by fire? Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 46(3), 331-342.
Beauchamp, C., Jazvac-Martek, M. and McAlpine, L. (2009) Studying doctoral education: Using Activity Theory to shape methodological tools. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 46(3), 265-277.
Gale, K., Speedy, J. and Wyatt, J. (2010) Gatecrashing the Oasis? A Joint Doctoral Dissertation Play. Qualitative Inquiry. 16(1), 21-28.
González, J.L., Trevitt, C, Carter, S. and Fazey J. (2010) Rethinking the Research-Teaching Nexus in Undergraduate Education: Spanish laws pre - and post – Bologna. European Educational Research Journal. 9(1), 81-91.
Gonsalves, A., Harris, D. andMcAlpine, L. (2009) The zones framework for both teaching and learning: application to graduate student teaching assistants. Journal of Further and Higher Education. 33(3), 205 – 218.
Hopwood, N. (2010) 'A sociocultural view of doctoral students' relationships and agency', Studies in
Continuing Education. 32(2), 103-117
Hopwood, N. (2009) UK high school pupils’ conceptions of geography: research findings and methodological implications. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education. 18(3), 185-197.
Hopwood N. & Stocks, C. (2009) Research and development for early career academics: encouraging signs, but are we talking past each other?International Journal for Academic Development. 14(3), 169-171.
Books and book chapters
Hopwood, N., Alexander, P., Harris-Huemmert, S., & McAlpine, L., & Wagstaff, S. (2011). The hidden realities of life as a doctoral student. In V. Kumar & A. Lee (Eds) Connecting the Local, Regional and Global in Doctoral Education, (pp. 212 – 231), Serdang, Malaysia: Universiti Putra Malaysia Press.
Hopwood, N. & Sutherland, K. (2009) Relationships and agency in doctoral and early career academic experience. In H. Wozniak and S. Bartoluzzi (Eds) Proceedings of the 32nd HERDSA Annual Conference: The Student Experience, pp. 210-218.
Ives, C., McAlpine, L. & Gandell, T. (2009) A Systematic Approach to Evaluating Teaching and Learning Initiatives in Post-secondary Education. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 39(2), 45-76.
McAlpine, L., (2012). Identity – trajectories. Australian Universities’ Review Vol. 54 (1), 39-46
McAlpine, L., & Turner, G. (2011). Imagined and emerging career patterns: Perceptions of doctoral students and research staff. Journal of Further and Higher Education.
McAlpine, L., & McKinnon, M. (in press.). Supervision – the most variable of variables: Student perspectives. Studies in Continuing Education.
McAlpine, L., Paulson, J., Gonsalves, A., & Jazvac-Martek, M. (in press). ‘Untold’ doctoral stories in the social sciences: Can we move beyond cultural narratives of neglect? Higher Education Research and Development.
McAlpine, L., & Amundsen, C. (2011). Challenging the taken-for-granted: How research analysis might inform pedagogical practices and institutional policies related to doctoral education. Studies in Higher Education, 37, 7.
McAlpine, L., & Lucas, L. (2011). Different places, different specialisms: Similar questions of doctoral identities under construction. Teaching in Higher Education. First published on: 23 May 2011 (iFirst).
McAlpine, L., Horn, J. & Rath, J. (2011). Beyond teaching and research: inclusive understandings of academic practice. Studies in Continuing Education: Special Issue: Academic Practice, 33(1).
McAlpine, L. (2010) Fixed-term researchers in the social sciences: Passionate investment yet marginalizing experiences. International Journal of Academic Development. 15(3), 229-240.
McAlpine, L. & Asghar, A. (2010) Enhancing academic climate: Doctoral students as their own developers. International Journal of Academic Development. 15(2), 167-178
McAlpine, L. & Amundsen, C. (2009) Identity and agency: Pleasures and collegiality among the challenges of the doctoral journey. Studies in Continuing Education. 31(2) 107-123.
McAlpine, L., Amundsen, C., Clement, M. & Light, G. (2009) Rethinking our underlying assumptions about what we do and why we do it: academic development as a case. Studies in Continuing Education. 31(3), 261-280.
McAlpine, L. & Hopwood, N. (2009) Opinion Piece: ‘Third spaces’: a useful development lens?. International Journal for Academic Development. 4(2), 159-162
McAlpine, L., Jazvac-Martek, M. & Hopwood, N. (2009). Doctoral student experience: Activities and difficulties influencing identity development. International Journal for Researcher Development. 1(1), pp.97 - 109
Books and book chapters
McAlpine, L. & Amundsen, C. (eds) (2011). Doctoral education: Research-based strategies for doctoral students, supervisors and administrators. Amsterdam: Springer.
McAlpine, L. & Åkerlind, G. (2010). Becoming an Academic: International Perspectives. Universities into the 21st century. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave
Rege Colet, N., McAlpine. L, Fanghanel, J. , Weston., C. (2011). The concept of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Recherche & Formation. Vol. 67, 91-104
Books and book chapters
Paré, A., Starke-Meyerring, D. & McAlpine, L. (2009). The dissertation as multi-genre: Many readers, many readings. In C. Bazerman, D. Figueiredo, & A. Bonini, (Eds.). Genre in a Changing World. West Lafayette: Parlour Press and WAC Clearinghouse.
Quinlan, K. (2011) Developing the whole Student: leading higher education initiatives that integrate mind and heart (257kb)
Rege Colet, N., McAlpine, L., Fanghanel, J., & Weston, C. (2011). La recherche liée à l’enseignement au supérieur et la formalisation des pratiques enseignantes : le concept du de SoTL. N° 65 revue Recherche et Formation.
Rath, J. (2009) A Report of a New-Zealand-Based Funding Initiative Designed to Improve a University’s Research Culture. Journal of Research Administration. 40(1), 90-100.
Rath, J. (2009) Writing my migrant selves: using my story to script a multi-reflective account of context appropriate pedagogy. Reflective Practice. 10(2), 149-159.
Books and book chapters
Rickinson, M., Lundholm, C. & Hopwood, N. (2009) Environmental learning: insights from research into the student experience. Dordecht: Springer Press
Slonim, A., Wheeler, F.C., Quinlan, K.M. & Smith, S.M. (2010) Designing competencies for chronic disease practice. Preventing Chronic Disease
Trevitt, C., Stocks,C. & Quinlan, KQ. (2011)Advancing assessment practice in continuing professional learning: toward a richer understanding of teaching portfolios for learning and assessment. International Journal for Academic Development. 1-13 iFirst article.
Trevitt, C. (2009) Making a place: and oral history of academic development in Australia. Teaching in Higher Education. 14(6), 693-698.
Trevitt, C., Foley, T. & Steed, A. (2009) Curriculum (re)development ‘on the job’ in higher education: benefits of a collaborative and iterative framework supporting educational innovation. International Journal of Innovation in Education. 1(1), 35-50.
Trevitt, C. & Perera, C. (2009) Self and continuing professional learning (development): issues of curriculum and identity in developing academic practice. Teaching in Higher Education. 14(4), 347-359.
Turner, G., & McAlpine, L. (2011). Doctoral experience as researcher preparation: activities, passion, status. International Journal of Researcher Development, 2, 1, 46-60.
Turner, G. & Gibbs, G. (2009) Are assessments environments gendered? An analysis of the learning responses of male and female students to different assessment environments. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. 35(6), 687-698.
Trigwell, K. and Aswhin, P. Undergratuate Student's Experience at the University of Oxford (2,755kb)
Trigwell, K. and Dunbar-Goddet, H. (2005) The Research Experience of Postgraduate Students at the University of Oxford (3,594kb)
Wyatt , J. and Gale, K. (2011) The nomads, the textor and a labyrinth: A response to Graham Badley. Qualitative Inquiry. 17 (6), 493-497
Wyatt, J. (2010). What kind of mourning? Autoethnographic fragments. International Review of Qualitative Research. 2 (4), 499-512.
Wyatt, J. (2010). Troubling detail? Mothers, gender and care in Carolyn Ellis’ Revision. International Review of Qualitative Research. 2(4), 513-517.
Wyatt, J., Gale, K., Gannon, S., & Davies, B. (2010) Deleuzian Thought and Collaborative Writing: A Play in Four Acts Qualitative Inquiry. 16(9), 730-741.
Books and book chapters
Wyatt, J, Gale, K, Pelias, R, Russell, and L and Spry, T.(2012) How writing touches: An intimate scholarly collaboration. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Wyatt, J. Gale, K. Gannon, S. And Davies B. (2011) Deleuze and collaborative writing: An immanent plane of composition. New York: Peter Lang
Wyatt, J. (2010). Agencey. In R. L. Jackson II, Encyclopedia of Identity, Volume 1. (pp. 18-20). Champaign, USA : SAGE Publications, Inc.
Wyatt, J. (2010). Bricolage. In: R. L. Jackson II, Encyclopedia of Identity, Volume 1. (pp. 71-73). Champaign, USA : SAGE Publications, Inc.
Wyatt, J. (2010). Mirror stage of identity development. In: R. L. Jackson II, Encyclopedia of Identity, Volume 1. (pp. 461-464). Champaign, USA : SAGE Publications, Inc.
Wyatt, J. (2010). Performativity of gender. In: R. L. Jackson II, Encyclopedia of Identity, Volume 2. (pp. 538-540). Champaign, USA : SAGE Publications, Inc.