Ashwin P. (2006) Variation in academics' accounts of tutorials. Studies in Higher Education 31 (6): 651- 665.
Ashwin, P. (ed) (2006) Changing Higher Education: The Development of Learning and Teaching. (London, Routledge)
Trigwell, K. & Ashwin, P. (2006) An exploratory study of situated conceptions of learning and learning environments. Higher Education 51: 243-258.
Ashwin, P. (2005) Variation in students' experiences of the Oxford Tutorial, Higher Education, 50: 631-644
Ashwin, P. & Trigwell, K. (2004) Investigating Educational Development. In Khan, P. and Baume, D. (eds) Enhancing Staff and Educational Development (London: Kogan Page)
Ashwin, P. (2003) Peer Support: relations between the context, process and outcomes for the students who are supported. Instructional Science 31:159-173.
Ashwin, P. (2003) Peer facilitation and how it contributes to the development of a more social view of learning. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 8: 5-17.
Ashwin, P. (2002) Implementing peer learning across organisations: the development of a model. Mentoring & Tutoring 10: 221-231.
Hamilton, M. and Hillier, Y. (forthcoming) ESOL Policy and Change to appear in Language Issues the Journal of the NATECLA
Hamilton, M. (forthcoming) Introducing Adult Literacy in its Social and Historical Context. Invited chapter to the Teacher Handbook for Adult Literacy, ed Moss, W. Routledge
Hamilton, M. "Putting words in their mouths: the alignment of identities with system goals through the use of individual learning plans" to be published in British Educational Research Journal and available as Lancaster Literacy Research Centre working paper No. 13. Download Text Only and List of Figures.
Hamilton, M. and Hillier, Y. (2007) Deliberative policy Analysis: Adult literacy Assessment and the Politics of Change. Journal of Educational Policy, 22:5 pp 573-594. ISSN: 0268-0939
Hamilton, M. (2007) Reflections on Agency and Change in the Policy Process. Journal of Vocational Education & Training Vol 59:2 June, pp 249-260.
Hamilton, M. Davies, P. and James, K. (eds) (2007) Practitioners Leading Research. London: NRDC.
Hamilton, M. (2006) Practitioner Research: Just a Fling or a Long-term Relationship? REFLECT Issue 6, pp 14-18. NRDC: London.
Hamilton, M. and Hillier, Y. (2006) The Changing Face of Adult Literacy, Language and Numeracy 1970-2000 A Critical History. Trentham Books
Tett, L., Hamilton, M. and Hillier, Y. (eds) (2006) Adult Literacy, Language and Numeracy: Practice, Policy, Research. Open University Press/McGraw Hill.
Hamilton, M. and Wilson, A. (eds) (2005) New Ways of Engaging New learners: Insights from the First round of the Practitioner-Led Research Initiative. London: NRDC.
Hamilton, M. and Hillier, Y. (2005) Imagined Spaces Adults Learning Volume September. Vol 7:1 pp 18-20.
Appleby, Y and Hamilton , M. (2005) "Literacy as social practice: Travelling between the Everyday and other Forms of Learning." in Peter Sutherland and Jim Crowther (eds) Lifelong Learning: Concepts and Contexts. Routledge 2005
"Just Do It: Literacies, Everyday Learning and the Irrelevance of Pedagogy" Key note paper presented at CRLL International Conference "What Difference a Pedagogy Makes" 24 - 25th June 2005. Published in Studies in the Education of AdultsVolume 38, Number 2, pp.125-140 Download pdf document.
Hamilton, M. (2005) "Understanding the everyday: adult lives, literacies and informal learning". In McKeough, A., Phillips, L., Timmons, V., & Lupart, J. (Eds.). Understanding Literacy Development: A Global View. Newark, NJ: Erlbaum.
D. Barton & M. Hamilton, (2005) "Literacy, reification and the dynamics of social interaction". in D. Barton and K. Tusting (eds.) Beyond Communities Of Practice: Language, Power And Social Context. Cambridge University Press.
Hillier, Y. and Hamilton, M. (2004) "Changing Faces of adult literacy, Numeracy and ESOL" in Literacy Today, London: National Literacy Trust.
Shahnaz, I. and Hamilton, M. (2003) "The contribution of the Mass Media to Adult Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL Policy in England, 1970-2000" RaPAL Journal, Issue 50. England. (Reprinted in Herrington, M. and Kendall, A. 2005 (eds) Insights in Research and Practice. Leicester: NIACE)
Shahnaz, I. and Hamilton, M. (2003) "The English Mass Media: its contribution to adult literacy, numeracy and ESOL (ALNE) policy 1970-2000". In Fine Print 26:1, 34-37. Melbourne: Victorian Adult Literacy and Basic Education Council Inc.
Hamilton, M. (2002) "Sustainable Literacies and the Ecology of Lifelong Learning" Position paper for the Open University/University of East London Global Colloquium on Supporting Lifelong Learning, July 5-7 2000. and published in Harrison, R. Reeve, F. Hanson, A. and Clarke, J. (eds) Supporting Lifelong Learning Volume 1: Perspectives on Learning. Routledge/Open University Press Pp 176-187. Download pdf document.
Hamilton, M. Barton, D. (eds) (2001) Special issue of the Journal of Research in Reading Vol 24:3 Literacies in Homes and Communities. Oxford: Blackwell. UK Literacy Association. Download free full text
Crowther, J. Hamilton, M, and Tett, L. (eds) (2001) Powerful Literacies Leicester: National Institute for Adult Continuing Education.
Hamilton, M. (2001) "Privileged Literacies: Policy, Institutional Process and the Life of the IALS" in Language and Education, Vol 15, Nos 2-3, pps 178-196. Download free full text from http://www.multilingual-matters.net
Barton, D. Hamilton, M. and Ivanic, R. (2000) (eds) Situated Literacies Routledge. (222pp)
Hamilton, M. (2000) Exploring Literacy as Social Practice through Media Photographs in (eds) Barton, D. Hamilton, M. and Ivanic, Situated Literacies Routledge. See project website.
Hamilton, M. and Barton, D. (2000) 'The International Adult literacy Survey (IALS): What does it Really Measure?' in The International Review of Education UNESCO. Download this paper from JSTOR.
Hamilton. M. (2000) "Ethnography for the Classroom" in Special Issue of the Journal of Curriculum Studies (renamed Pedagogy, Culture and Society) on Literacy in the Curriculum, Vol 7, No.3 pp 429-444. Edited by Elaine Millard. (Pp 16) Download this paper
Hamilton, M. and Merrifield, J. (1999) 'Adult Basic Education in the UK. Lessons for the US' Commissioned Review Article in National Review of Adult Learning and Literacy Vol 1(1), National Center for the Study of Adult Language and Literacy, Jossey-Bass.
Barton, D. and Hamilton, M. (1998) Local Literacies: A Study of Reading and Writing in One Community Routledge.
Hamilton, M. (1998) Histories and Horoscopes: The Ethnographer as Fortuneteller Anthropology and Education Quarterly 29 (3) pp1-10.
Hamilton, M. (1997) 'Keeping Alive alternative Visions: ABE in the UK' in Hautecoeur, J.P. (ed) ALPHA97: Basic Education and Institutional Environments. UNESCO Institute for Education Hamburg and Culture Concepts, Toronto. (pp 131-150) (Also reprinted as Occasional Paper and Issue 35 RaPAL Bulletin, Summer 1998).
Hamilton, M.and Barton, D. (1996) "Putting the New Literacy Studies into Practice". Paper presented to the Lifelong Literacies conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, June 1996. (published in conference proceedings eds. Mace,J. and Fitzpatrick, S. published by Gatehouse Books, Manchester)
Hamilton, M. (1996) 'A History of Adult Basic Education' in Fieldhouse, R. (ed) A History of Modern Adult Education. National Institute of Adult Continuing Education: Leicester. (pp142-165).
Hamilton, M. and Moss, W. (1995) 'The Challenge of Linking Research and Practice: Ways of Learning in Adult Basic Education.' in Hamilton, M. and Withnall, A. (eds) Innovations in Continuing Education Provision, Teaching and Learning: Research Perspectives. Lancaster University, Department of Continuing Education. (pp 113-120).
Hamilton, M. (1994) 'Early Days: The Effects of Incorporation on Adult Basic Education in England and Wales' Research and Practice in Adult Literacy Bulletin Issue No. 26. (Also available as CSET Working Paper No. 42.)
Hamilton, M. Barton, D. and Ivanic, R. (1994) (eds) Worlds of Literacy. Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, (274pp).
Hamilton, M. and Davies, P. (1993) 'Literacy and Long-term unemployment: Options for Adult guidance, support and training' The British Journal of Education and Work Vol 6 No.2 pp 5-19.
Frank. F and Hamilton, M. Not Just a Number: The Role of Adult Basic Education in the Changing Workplace Final Report to Leverhulme Trust June 1993. Available as Centre for the Study of Education and Training Working Paper, No. 37.
Hamilton, M. and Stasinopoulos, M. (1987) Literacy, Numeracy and Adults: Evidence from the National Child Development Survey. Adult Literacy and Basic Skills Unit, London. (85pp).
Helsby G, Knight P and Saunders M (1999) Preparing Students for the New Work Order: the Case of Advanced General Vocational Qualifications British Education Research Journal Vol 24, No1 pp 63-79
Knight P, Helsby G and Saunders M (1999) Independence and Prescription in Learning: Researching the Paradox of Advanced General Vocational Qualifications British Journal of Education Studies Vol 46 No1 pp 46-58
Saunders M (1999) Organisational culture and the use of electronic support for occupational learning in the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning Vol 14 no2 pp 36-51
Knight P and Saunders M (1999) Understanding Teachers' Professional Cultures Through Interview: A Constructivist Approach in Evaluation and Research in Education Vol 13:3 1999 pp144-157
Saunders M (2000) Beginning an Evaluation with RUFDATA: Theorizing a Practical Approach to Evaluation Planning in Evaluation Vol 6 (1) 7-21
Saunders M and Machell J (2000) Understanding emerging trends in higher education curricula and work connections in Higher Education Policy 13 287-302
Saunders M (2000) Understanding Education and Work; Themes and Issues in the Routledge International Companion to Education (Routledge London)
Saunders M and Machel J (2000) Quality, Qualifications and the attribution of value in work based learning in Quality Management and Qualification Needs Koper J and Zaremba H J (Physica Verlag Heidelburg) pp227-242
Bonamy J, Charlier B, Saunders M (2001) 'Bridging Tools' for change: evaluating a collaborative learning network Journal of Computer Assisted Learning Vol 17, no 3 pp295-305
Bonamy J., Charlier B., Saunders M., (2001), Producing quality in diversity: how a training network elaborates its quality system, Education Permanente, n° 147, 2001-2, p.131-139
Charlier B., Bonamy J., Saunders M., (2002), Understanding innovation (Chap. 2) in : Charlier B., Peraya D., 2002, Understanding educational technologies: analyses of cases, theories of reference, guides for action (De Boeck), pp.45-67
Saunders M., Charlier B., Bonamy J., (2002), The dynamics of innovation, (Chap. 3) in: Charlier B., Peraya D., 2002, Understanding educational technologies: analyses of cases, theories of reference, guides for action (De Boeck) pp.68-76
Trowler P, Saunders M, Knight P (2003) Change thinking, change practices: A guide to change for heads of department, subject centres and others who work middle-out (LTSN Generic Centre, York)
Saunders M, Joel Bonamy and Bernadette Charlier (2004) The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning: the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project. Published in the proceedings of the Networked Learning Conference 2004 eds Sheena Banks et al ISBN:1-86220-150-1 pp 733-745
Saunders M (2004) Do we hear the voices? The 'presence' of evaluation theory and practice in social development, Keynote Address AES International Conference Adelaide South Australia13-15th October 2004 published in Evaluation: the International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2005 Volume 12, Number 2, April 2006 pp 251-263
Saunders M, Bonamy J and Charlier B (2005) Using evaluation to create 'provisional stabilities': bridging innovation in Higher Education change processes published in Evaluation: the International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2005 Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2005 pp 37-55
Saunders, M (2006) The presence of evaluation theory and practice in educational and social development: toward an inclusive approach in London Review of Education Vol. 4, No 2, July 2006, pp. 197-215
Saunders, M (2006) From 'organisms' to 'boundaries': the uneven development of theory narratives in education, learning and work connections in Journal of Education and Work, Vol 19, No 1pp 1-27
WILLIAMS, S.,Admission trends in undergraduate English: statistics and attitudes. Engl. Subject Centre Report Ser., 1. pp. 60. London, University of London, 2002.
WILLIAMS, S.,Individual agency and the experience of new deal. J. Educ. & Work, 15(1), 2002, 53-74.
FRANK, F.,Backwards to the future. Basic Skills Bull., 18(November), 2003, 6-7.
FRANK, F. and RODRIGUES, E., ‘We are the governor’s dogs’. Student’s voices and policy making – developing a new framework for literacy practitioners in empowering learners to engage with workplace change. RaPAL (Res. & Pract. Adult Lit.) J., 51, 2003 , 2-13.
ENDERS, J. and FULTON, K. A. O.,Blurring boundaries and blistering institutions: in Enders, J. and Fulton, K. A. O. (eds.), Higher education in a globalising world: international trends and mutual observations. A festschrift in honour of Ulrich Teichler, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, 1-14.
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FULTON, K. A. O.,Higher education governance in the UK: change and continuity: in Amaral, A., Jones, G. and Karseth, B. (eds.), Governing higher education: comparing national perspectives, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002, 205-29.
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