Teaching in Higher Education
Teaching in Higher Education
Journal Title: Teaching in Higher Education
ISSN: 1356-2517
ISSN Online: 1470-1294
Publication Frequency: 8 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: 2014 Impact Factor 0.433
Ranking:171/224 (Education & Educational Research)
© 2015 Thomson Reuters, 2014 Journal Citation Reports® 2013 Impact per Publication 1.130 - values from Scopus

Teaching in Higher Education is an international, peer-reviewed journal that addresses the policies, practices and contexts of teaching, learning and curriculum in higher education in order to explore and clarify the intellectual and theoretical challenges they present. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature and aims to open up critical discussion and debate across subject areas by involving all those who share a commitment to the field of teaching.

In particular, Teaching in Higher Education publishes scholarly work that critically examines and interrogates the values and presuppositions underpinning teaching, introduces comparative and/or theoretical perspectives and insights drawn from different cultures and disciplinary frameworks, and considers how teaching and research can be brought into a closer relationship.

The journal welcomes contributions that aim to apply and develop sustained reflection, investigation and critique to learning and teaching in higher education, and that critically identify new agendas for research. The journal’s commitment to foster debate is also recognised through an enthusiasm to publish critical and engaging review papers that examine specific aspects of the field of teaching in higher education.

Peer Review Policy:
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees from the journal’s international Editorial Board.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Education; Higher Education; SRHE Website Collection; Teaching & Learning
Editor Board:
Penny Jane Burke -  Roehampton University, UK

Executive Editors:  
Sian Bayne - University of Edinburgh, UK
Lesley Gourlay - UCL Institute of Education, UK
Neil Harrison - University of the West of England, UK
Peter Kahn - University of Liverpool, UK
Suellen Shay - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Founding Editor:
Stephen Rowland - University College London, UK
Len Barton - UCL Institute of Education, UK
Editorial Board:
Andrea Abbas - University of Lincoln, UK
Stephen Agnew - University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Claire Aitchison - University of Western Sydney, Australia 
Sophie Arkoudis  - University of Melbourne, Australia
Chi Baik - University of Melbourne, Australia
Pamela Barnett - College of Arts & Sciences at Trinity Washington University, USA
Simon Barrie - University of Sydney, Australia
Fran Beaton - University of Kent, UK
Jennifer Boore - University of Ulster, UK
Chrissie Boughey - Rhodes University, South Africa
Stephen Brookfield - University of St Thomas, USA
Vincent Carpentier - UCL Institute of Education, UK
Jenni Case - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Kelly Coate - King's College, London, UK
Linda DeAngelo - University of Pittsburgh, USA
Myrrh Domingo - UCL Institute of Education, UK
Roger Ellis - University College Chester, UK
Angela L. Fairclough - University of Sheffield, UK
Joelle Fanghanel - Thames Valley University, London, UK 
Jude Fransman - Open University, UK
Liezel Frick - Stellenbosch University, South Africa
John Gabriel - London Metropolitan University, UK
Richard Gale - Mount Royal College, Calgary, Canada.
Paul Ginns - University of Sydney, Australia
Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg - Babson College, USA
André P. Grace - University of Alberta, Canada
Barbara Grant - University of Auckland, New Zealand
Chandra Gunawardena -  Open University of Sri Lanka
Vicky Gunn - Glasgow School of Art, UK
Miklós Györffi - European Parliament, Brussels
Telle Hailikari - University of Helsinki, Finland
Richard Hall - De Montfort University
Tony Harland - University of Otago, New Zealand
Tim Herrick - Sheffield University, UK
Nick Hopwood - University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Ann-Marie Houghton - University of Lancaster, UK
Isabeau Iqbal - University of British Columbia, Canada
Jeff Jawitz - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Brenda Johnston - University of Southampton, UK
Elaine Keane - National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Paul Kleiman - Higher Education Academy, UK
Ben Knights - Teeside University, UK
Joy Kwesigas - Kibale University, South Africa
Philippa Levy - HEA Academy, UK
Magda Lewis - Queen’s University, Canada
Lisa Lucas - University of Bristol, UK
Catherine Manathunga - Victoria University Wellington, School of Education Policy and Implementation, New Zealand
Delia Marshall - University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Karl Maton - University of Sydney, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Australia
Lynn McAlpine - McGill University, Canada
Janet McDonnell - Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London
Colleen McKenna - UCL Institute of Education, UK
Sioux McKenna - Rhodes University, South Africa
Jan Mclean - University of New South Wales, Australia
Jeffrey Milem - University of Arizona, USA
Greg Misiaszek - Beijing Normal University, China
Lauren Misiaszek - Beijing Normal University, Institute for International and Comparative Education, China
Marko Modiano - University College Gävle, Sweden
Catherine Montgomery - University of Hull, UK
Louise Morley - University of Sussex, UK
Linda Morrice -  University of Sussex, School of Education and Social Work, UK
Ben Motidyang - University of Otago, Higher Education Development Centre, New Zealand
Anna Mountford-Zimdars - King's College London, UK
Alan Murray - Leeds University Business School, UK
Rajani Naidoo - University of Bath, UK
Susan Orr - University of the Arts, Dean of Learning, Teaching and Enhancement, UK
Jan Parker - Cambridge University, UK
Tai L. Peseta - University of Sydney, Australia
Huy Phan - The University of New England, Australia
John Pryor - University of Sussex, UK
Jose Reis Jorge -  Instituto Superior de Educação e Ciências, Portugal
John Richardson - The Open University, UK
Leonora Ritter - Charles Sturt University, Australia
Torgny Roxå - Lund University, Sweden
Judyth Sachs - Macquarie University, Australia
Linda J. Sax - UCLA, USA
Warren Sellers - Deakin University, Australia
Jan Smith - Durham University, UK
Karen Smith - University of Hertfordshire, UK
Lorraine Stefani - University of Auckland, New Zealand
Jacqueline Stevenson - Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Pat Strauss - AUT University, New Zealand
Sean Sturm - University of Auckland, New Zealand
Lucia Thesen - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Voldemar Tomusk - Open Society Foundation, London, UK
Roland Tormey -  École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
Tony Trippett - University of Sheffield, UK
Richard Waller - University of the West of England, UK
Susan Webb - Monash University, Australia
Leesa Wheelahan - University of Melbourne, Australia
Susan Wright - University of Aarhus, Denmark
Oili-Helena Ylijoki - University of Tampere, Finland

Abtracting & Indexing: Teaching in Higher Education is indexed and abstracted in Academic Search; Advanced Placement Source; ArticleFirst; Australian Council for Education Research Database of Research on International Education; Australian Education Index; British Education Index; Current Abstracts; Current Contents; Education Research Complete; Education Research Index; Education Source; Education Resources Information Center (ERIC); Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); Electronic Collections Online; European Reference Index for the Humanities, Pedagogical and Educational Research (ERIH); Professional Development Collection; ProQuest; PsycFIRST; PsycINFO; Research into Higher Education Abstracts; SCOPUS®; Social Sciences Citation Index; Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts; Teacher Reference Center; The Philosopher’s Index and VOCEDplus.
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