SRHE

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SRHESociety for Research into Higher Education (UK)
SRHEScience, Religion, and the Human Experience (University of California, Santa Barbara)
SRHEStockraising Homestead Entry (Bureau of Land Management)
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Therefore, it is a condition of the intelligibility of experimental activity that experimental results be applicable to extra-experimental reality, for an experiment "is epistemically significant to the extent that the causal law it enables us to identify and test holds outside and independently of the experiment" (SRHE 28) (46).
(1999), Teaching for quality learning at university, SRHE and Open University Press, Buckingham, UK.
Milton Keynes, England: SRHE & Open University Press.
Prof Nakeeb presented the findings and outcomes of his project at the Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE), held at the University of Edinburgh.
1987, Promoting Reflective Teaching: Supervision in Action, SRHE (Society for Research into Higher Education) and Open University Educational Enterprises Ltd., Milton Keynes, England.
Facilitating reflective learning in higher education, SRHE and OUP, Buckingham.
(2001) `Higher Education in Developing Countries: Peril and promise', in SRHE International News, 46, November, pp.
1995 `The gendered management of equity-oriented change in higher education' in Academic Work, John Smyth, ed., (Buckingham, SRHE & Open University Press) 195-205
Contested Visions of Higher Education in Society, Buckingham, England, SRHE and Open University Press, 1997; B.
70) Lest my arguments be prematurely misunderstood, I, in sympathy with a number of professional associations such as the CVCP, SEDA or the SRHE,(e) welcome the attention given to issues of student learning and staff development.