Special Edition: Academic Peer Learning

Peer Learning in Higher Education has seen significant growth in the UK and internationally over the last decade and there have been many innovative developments of models that use higher year peers to support the academic and personal development of lower year students. These are variously referred to as PAL (Peer Assisted Learning), PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) and SI (Supplemental Instruction).

This JLDHE special edition presents an opportunity to showcase models of academic peer learning and to publish research, evolving innovative practice, case studies and proposed new methods and models.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Guest Editorial
Melanie Giles, Marcia Ody
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Papers

Emmeline Byl, Katrien Struyven, Bieke Abelshausen, Pieter Meurs, Tom Vanwing, Nadine Engels, Koen Lombaerts
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Jason Eyre
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Neil Ford, Charlotte Thackeray, Paul Barnes, Katharina Hendrickx
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Ana Garcia-Melgar, Julianne East, Noel Meyers
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Anne Guyon, Zoe Butterfint, Andrea Lacy, Aisha Sanosi, Katie Sheridan, Jessica Unwin
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Janet Liou-Mark, A.E. Dreyfess, Sandie Han, Laura Yuen-Lau, Karmen Yu
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Christie Pritchard
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Stacey Scriver, Amber Walsh Olesen, Eoghan Clifford
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Gita Sedghi, Trish Lunt
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Kirk Skoglund, Luke Millard, Alisha Francis, Luke Nagle, Stuart Brand
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Peter Howard Sneddon
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Amanda Zacharopoulou, Melanie Giles, Joan Condell
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Case Studies

Carolyn Gentle, Rachel Shaw, Sophie Scott
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Jason John Hettrick, Linda Moses-Allison
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