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  • Bologna bytes: higher education and personal development planning 

    Moir, James (Common Ground Publishing, 2009-07-02)
    Personal development Planning (PDP) has become a central feature of student activity across the higher education sector. This has come about as the result of an awareness that in a globalised education and workplace market ...
  • The democratic intellectual? 

    Moir, James (Inter-Disciplinary.Net, 2010-05-08)
    This paper revisits Davie’s (1961) notion of the democratic intellect. The role of the intellectual in society has become ever more specialist and bound up with income generation. Gone is the notion of the intellectual ...
  • The first year in higher education: engagement and empowerment 

    Moir, James (The International Journal of Learning, 2010)
    This paper considers what we mean by referring to empowerment in higher education (HE) with respect to student engagement and persistence (Barnett, 2007, 2009). This is considered from the point of view of how students ...
  • Graduate attributes, personalisation and citizenship 

    Moir, James (Inter-Disciplinary.Net, 2011-03-13)
    Higher education is in a state of transformation across the world. However, given the worldwide economic situation, there are emerging tensions that bear upon this upheaval such as reactive versus proactive approaches with ...
  • Personal development planning and graduate attributes: balancing employability and citizenship 

    Moir, James (Rīgas Pedagoģijas un izglītības vadības akadēmija, 2010)
    Introduction. Much has been made of students reflecting on their experience in higher education through personal development planning (PDP) and the acquisition and documenting of graduate attributes (GAs). This has ...