Resources

This page contains links to resources useful for research into pedagogical practices in higher education and work-based learning

ERIC
Institute of Education Sciences-hosted education database

The Guardian Higher Education Network
This site collates ideas, insights and debates from the global higher education community.

Higher Education Empirical Research 
Summaries of the latest empirical research in topics related to higher education can be found in the Higher Education Empirical Research  (HEER) database

International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education
The International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education, HEDBIB, compiled and maintained by the International Association of Universities (IAU), brings together over 37,500 references on higher education from around the world.

Open Education Europa
The European Commission launched Open Education Europa in September 2013 as part of the Opening Up Education initiative to provide a single gateway to European OER. The main goal of the Open Education Europa portal is to offer access to all existing European Open Educational Resources in different languages in order to be able to present them to learners, teachers and researchers.

Research in Higher Education
This is a database of key resources for research in education being developed by the University of Westminster’s Higher Education Research Centre (HERC). It is held in a Mendeley group, which is open to membership.

Times Higher Education
A weekly UK news journal focused on higher education.

UNESCO Open Access Publications
Building peaceful, democratic and inclusive knowledge societies across the world is at the heart of UNESCO’s mandate. In order to help reduce the gap between industrialized countries and those in the emerging economy, UNESCO has decided to adopt an Open Access Policy for its publications, to make thousands of its publications freely available to the public.

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