Literature and resources

The concept of research-inspired, inquiry-led learning

Annala, J. and Mӓkinen, M. (2011) The reason-teaching nexus in higher education curriculum design in Transnational Curriculum Inquiry 8 (1).

Blessinger, P. and Carfora, J. M. (eds.) (2015) Inquiry-Based Learning for Multidisciplinary Programs: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educations (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Brew, A. (2003) Teaching and Research: New relationships and their implications for inquiry-based teaching and learning in higher education, in Higher Education Research and Development, 22:1, pp. 3-18.
Goodall, A. H. (2009) Socrates in the Boardroom: Why Research Universities Should Be Led by Top Scholars, Princeton University Press.

Graham-Matheson, L. (ed.) (2010) Research Informed Teaching: exploring the concept, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Hockings, C. (2010) Inclusive learning and teaching in higher education: a synthesis of research, The Higher Education Academy.

James, S. (2008) Does University Research Improve University Teaching? The Higher Education Academy Conference.

Jenkins, A. and Zetter, R. (2003) Linking Research and Teaching in Departments, Learning and Teaching Support Network.

Jenkins, A. and Healey, M. (2005) Institutional strategies to link teaching and research, The Higher Education Academy.

Russell International Excellence Group (?), Research-led learning: the heart of a Russell Group university experience.

For more information about the concept of research-led learning, please visit the following websites:

The Teaching-Research Nexus

The Higher Education Academy

The Centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning (CEEBL)

Enquiry Based Learning (EBL)