This inaugural volume features, in addition to the Editorial Introduction, eighteen articles covering a wide variety of topics related to teaching, learning and student experience. We would like to thank the JoLaSE community, who have both submitted and reviewed articles by adding and sharing their knowledge.
We hope you will enjoy reading our first volume, and that you find these articles useful to stimulate your research into the vibrant field of student learning experiences.
Practitioner Research / Case Studies
Lessons From the Front Line
The Student Experience
Front Cover, Back Cover and Spine
Welcome to the Journal of Learning and Student Experience
This is a peer-reviewed journal which aims to help teachers, students, managers and researchers to disseminate their ideas, opinions, research and work on learning and the student experience in further and higher education. Examples of themes which fall within the scope of the journal are: teaching and learning, assessment, student engagement, the curriculum, employability, technology-enhanced learning, students as researchers, student transition, GRIT, resilience, peer mentoring, personal tutoring, and academic support for students.
The Journal has a range of sections to make it interesting for readers and to encourage submissions from new and experienced authors, including students. If you are a new author, you may wish to begin by writing a book review, conference review, opinion piece or lessons from your practice that others may benefit from. From practitioners, we welcome submissions that will be of significance to other practitioners such as case studies on innovative practice, lessons learned, opinion pieces, research articles and literature reviews. If you are in the process of doing a doctorate and would like to share your experiences of the process and significance of your reseach, you could submit a piece as a feature. We welcome contributions from students and have a special section - The Student Experience - especially for student contributors, however, students could submit to any other relevant section.
For information on the sections, please see About the Journal.
If you would like to make a submission to the journal, please also see Information for Authors