‘The Experience of Learning: Implications for teaching and studying in higher education’ presents the results of research from a series of related studies into the way students learn in higher education.
The Experience of Learning was first published in 1984 and interest in its content remains buoyant; it continues to be regularly cited by researchers, teachers and others concerned with the pedagogy of higher education.
However, the book is currently out of print and the editors have made the book's contents widely and freely available on the internet.
The present Internet version was produced in 2005.
Any of the chapters may be downloaded free of charge as PDF files.
They may also be photocopied or reproduced for non-profit educational purposes, provided that the source is explicitly and openly acknowledged and no amendments are made to the text.
Formal copyright remains with the editors and contributors, who continue to assert their moral rights.
The book's chapters retain their pagination in electronic format, so can continue to be referred to in any future citations.
Example citation: Hounsell, D. (2005) 'Contrasting conceptions of essay-writing'. In: Marton, F., Hounsell, D. and Entwistle, N., (eds.) The Experience of Learning: Implications for teaching and studying in higher education. 3rd (Internet) edition. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. pp. 106-125.
This article was published on Feb 1, 2012