ABET (2009) A Guide to the Criteria Harmonization (sic) for Engineering Accreditation, http://www.abet.org/Linked%20Documents-UPDATE/Criteria%20and%20PP/EAC%20 Readers%20Guide.pdf [§1.9; §2.6; §2.8; §4.1; §5.17; §7.3]

Adams, A., Brewer, M., Marshall, I., Tolley, G., Whelan, T., (2004) Work based learning for academic credit in higher education; http://www.learningexperience.org.uk/ downloads/work-based-learning-for-ac.pdf. accessed 7/1/10 [§3.2]

AIChE Concept Warehouse (2014) at http://jimi.cbee.oregonstate.edu/concept_warehouse/ [§5.13]

Alinier, N., and Alinier, G., (2005) Design of an objective assessment tool to evaluate students’ basic electrical engineering skills; HEA Engineering Subject Centre Mini-project report, ISBN 879-1-904804-51-2 [§5.14]

Barkley, Elizabeth, F., Student Engagement Techniques: A Handbook for College Faculty (2010) Jossey-Bass ISBN978-0-470-28191-8 [§2.8; §5.17; §7.1]

Biggs, J., (1999) Teaching for Quality Learning at University, Society of Research into Higher Education and OUP, ISBN 0-335-20171-7 [§2.2; §2.8]

Bligh, Donald, A., What’s the Use of Lectures? 3rd Edition, Penguin Books 1972 [§5.1]

Bloom, B.S., (Ed.) (1956-1964). Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. New York: David McKay Company Inc. [§2.3]

Bonwell, C.C., and Eison, J.A., Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom (1991) ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No.1 (available via Wiley or from the ASHE web site) [§5.2; §5.8]

Bransford, J.D., Brown, A.L., and Cocking, R.R., (Eds) 1999 ‘How People Learn: Brain, mind, experience and school’, Washington DC: National Academies Press. [§2.7]

Brynjolfsson, E and McAfee, A (2014) The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies, Norton & Co. [§4.4]

The CDIO Concept Question collection – contact the author at goodhew@liv.ac.uk [§5.13]

CLASS Colorado Learning Attitudes; http://www.colorado.edu/sei/surveys/Faculty/ CLASS-PHYS-faculty.html [§4.3]

Cordray, D.S., Harris, T.R., and Klein, S., Journal Engineering Education 8, 4, 335-348 (2009) [§2.7]

Crawley, E.F., Malmqvist, J., Ostlund, S., Brodeur, D., Rethinking Engineering Education; The CDIO Approach Second Edition 2014, 311 pp., Hardcover ISBN: 978-3-319-05560-2 and see www.cdio.org [§2.8]

Darling, J., (2008) Racing Academy, http://www.engsc.ac.uk/downloads/case-study-v3-bath.pdf (accessed 22/5/10) [§5.11]

Diamond, Jared, (2005) Collapse, Penguin Books ISBN 978-0-14-303655-5 [§1.8]

Dreyfus, S.E., and Dreyfus, H.L., (1980), A Five-Stage Model of the Mental Activities Involved in Directed Skill Acquisition [§4.2]

Edirisinga, P., and Fothergill, J., (2009) Balancing e-lectures with podcasts: a case study of an undergraduate engineering module; Engineering Education 4 No 2, 14-24 [§5.12]

Edmunds, M., (2009) Review of the Student Learning Experience in Physics, HEA Physical Sciences Centre [§3.1]

Engineering Council (2008) http://www.engc.org.uk/professional-qualifications/standards/ uk-spec.aspx [§2.5]

Entwistle N (1981) Styles of Learning and Teaching; an integrated outline of educational psychology for students, teachers and lecturers Chichester: John Wiley (0 471 10013 7) [§2.2]

Entwistle, Noel, (2009) Teaching for Understanding at University, Palgrave Macmillan; ISBN: 978-0-230-59385-5 [§2.2; §2.8]

Fry, Heather, Ketteridge, S., Marshall, S., (Eds) (2003) A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education – Enhancing Academic Practice; 2nd Edition, Routledge Falmer, ISBN 0-7494-3799-5 [§2.8]

Gagan, M., (2009) Review of the Student Learning Experience in Chemistry, HEA Physical Sciences Centre [§3.1]

Gibbs, Graham, (1981) Teaching Students to Learn: A Student-Centered Approach. The Open University [§2.8]

Goodhew, Gwen, (2009) Meeting the Needs of Gifted and Talented Students, Continuum International Publishing: ISBN 987-1-855-39465-0 [§1.10]

Goodhew, P.J., Bullough, T.J., and Taktak, D., National Subject Profile for Higher Education in Materials (2008) The Higher Education Academy ISBN 978-1-905788-72-9 [§3.1]

Graham, R., (2010) UK Approaches to Engineering Project-based Learning, White Paper sponsored by the Bernard M. Gordon‐MIT Engineering Leadership Program. Boston, MA: MIT. Available from http://web.mit.edu/gordonelp/ukpjblwhitepaper2010.pdf [accessed 6 April 2010] [§5.5; §5.6]

Graham, R., (2012) Achieving excellence in engineering education: the ingredients of successful change. Royal Academy of Engineering ISBN 1-903496-83-7, available at www.raeng.org.uk [§3.3; §7; §7.3]

Gray, David, (2001) A Briefing on Work Based Learning: http://www.palatine.ac.uk/ files/977.pdf Accessed 7/1/10 [§3.2]

Hadgraft, Roger, (2009 et seq) Project Handbook, University of Melbourne, Australia http://project-handbook.pbworks.com/ [§5.5]

Haggard, S (2013) The Maturing of the MOOC, BIS Research Paper 130 http://www.obhe.ac.uk/documents/view_details?id=933 [§3.2]

Hake, R., (1998) http://physics.indiana.edu/~sdi/ajpv3i.pdf (accessed 29/6/14) [§5.8; §6.7]

Hestenes, David, Wells, Malcolm, and Swackhamer, Gregg, (1992) Force Concept Inventory, The Physics Teacher, 30 (3), 141-151. [§5.10]

Houghton, Warren, (2004) Learning and Teaching Theory for Engineering Academics, HEA Engineering Subject Centre: ISBN 1-904804-07 [§2.2; §2.8]

Jamieson, L.H. and Lohmann, J.R., (2009) Creating a Culture for Scholarly and Systematic Innovation in  Engineering  Education;  ASEE, ISBN 978-0-87823-203-1 Accessible at http://asee.org/about/board/committees/EEGE/upload/CCSSIEE_Phase1 Report_June2009.pdf Accessed 5/5/10 [§7.2]

Jensen, B.B., (2010) Oral Assessment in Engineering Education; Int Journal Electrical Engineering Education, Vol 47, No4 [§5.13]

Kenny, R.W., (1998) The Boyer Commission on Educating Undergraduates REINVENTING UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: A Blueprint for America’s Research Universities: see http://www.sunysb.edu/boyerreport [§2.6]

Kolb, D.A. and Fry, R., (1975) ‘Toward an applied theory of experiential learning’, in C. Cooper (Ed.) Theories of Group Process, London: John Wiley. And see http://www.infed.org/biblio/b-explrn.htm [§2.2]

Kolb, D.A., (1984) Experiential Learning, Prentice Hall [§2.2]

Laurillard, Diana, Rethinking University Teaching, 2nd Edition, Routledge, (2002) ISBN 0-415256798 [§2.8; §3.2; §5.10]

Lawson, Anton, Diagnostic tests on scientific reasoning; http://www.public. asu.edu/~anton1/LawsonAssessments.htm [§4.3]

Learning Catalytics; now owned by Pearson  [§5.13]

Legg, L.K., The role of manual simulation/games in learning; Workshop 20 at Engineering Education 2010, Aston University, July 2010 [§5.11]

Leung, et al, JEE (2008) 135 – four teaching approaches; transferring; shaping; travelling; growing; HK vs China approaches [§2.7]

Lucena, et al, JEE (2008) 433 – organisation of Eng Ed in US, Europe, Latin America. Excellent review; ethnographic study [§2.7]

MacAndrew, S., Lantz, C., Walsh, L., Oduyemi, K.,  and  Morton C., (2008) Problem based learning in practice: listening to the lecturers; SHEER final report at http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/York/documents/ourwork/nations/scotland/SHEER_MacAndrew_final.pdf [§5.4]

Magill, J. and Roy, S., (2005) Engineering Education Vol 2 No 1, reported at http://www.engsc.ac.uk/journal/index.php/ee/article/viewArticle/56/86(accessed 2/5/2010) [§5.11]

Mann, C. R., (1918) A Study of Engineering Education; Carnegie Foundation Bulletin No 11. www.carnegiefoundation.org/publications/engineering-education-bulletin-number-eleven [§1.11]

Marton and Säljö (1976) On Qualitative Differences in Learning — 1: Outcome and Process” Brit. J. Educ. Psych. 46, 4-11 and 2: Outcome as a function of the learner’s conception of the task” Brit. J. Educ. Psych. 46, 115-27 [§2.2]

Mazur, Eric (1997) Peer Instruction: A user’s manual. Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-565441-6 [§5.10]

Meyer, J.H.F., and Land, R., (2003), Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge: linkages to ways of thinking and practising, In Rust, C. (ed.), Improving Student Learning − Theory and Practice Ten Years On. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD), pp 412−424. [§2.4]

Moon, Jenny, (2002) How to use level descriptors, SEEC report ISBN 0 9541375 2 3, and at http://www.seec.org.uk/docs/How to Use Level Descriptors.pdf [§6.6]

National Academy of Engineering (2009) Changing the conversation https://www.nae.edu/Publications/Reports/24985.aspx [§1.4]

National Academy of Engineering (2013) Messaging for Engineering: From Research to Action http://www.nae.edu/75707.aspx [§1.4]

Overton, T.L., (2005) http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/ps/documents/ primers/primers/ ps0087_problem_based_learning_mar_2005.pdf [§3.2; §5.4]

Paul, Richard, Niewoehner, Robert, and Elder, Linda, Engineering Reasoning, 2006, Foundation for Critical Thinking, ISBN 0-944583-33-4 [§4.3]

Pawley, A.L.J., Engineering Education, 98, 4, 309-319 (2009) [§1.4]

Pearson Mastering Engineering series (2010) [§5.15]

Pirsig, Robert, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance; Bodley Head (1974) [§2.8; §5.15]

Prensky, Marc (2001) Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants; From On the Horizon (MCB University Press, Vol. 9 No. 5, October 2001) [§1.10]

Prince, M., (2004) ‘Does active learning work? A review of the research.’ Journal of Engineering Education, July, 223-231 [§5.8]

Prince, M.J., and Felder, R.M., (2006). Inductive Teaching and Learning Methods: Definitions, Comparisons, and Research Bases. Journal of Engineering Education, 95(2), 123-138 [§5.5]

QAA (2006) Benchmark statements http://www.qaa.ac.uk/academicinfrastructure/benchmark This statement was taken from the 2006 Benchmark statement but has disappeared from the 2010 version (go to the QAA site and search for “Engineering benchmark”). [§4.1]

QAA (1997) Graduateness report: http://www.qaa.ac.uk/search/publications/archive/ DQE238_AssessmentRoleGraduateness.asp [§1.9]

Ramsden, Paul, (2003) Learning to Teach in Higher Education, 2nd Ed, Routledge Falmer, ISBN 0-415-30345 [§2.8]

Royal Academy of Engineering (2010) ‘Engineering Degrees for Industry’ [§4.5]

Sadler, D.R., (2010) Beyond feedback: Developing student capability in complex appraisal. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education Vol 35, No 5 [§5.15]

Sheppard, Sheri, Macatangay, K., Colby, C., Sullivan, W.M., (2009) Educating Engineers, Carnegie Foundation; ISBN 978-0-7879-7743-6 [§2.8]

Sheffield Hallam University; Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Learner Autonomy: http://extra.shu.ac.uk/cetl/cpla/cplahome.html [§5.7]

Strobel, J., and van Barneveld, A., (2009). When is PBL More Effective? A Meta-synthesis of Meta-Analyses Comparing PBL to Conventional Classrooms. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning, 3(1), 44-58. [§5.5; §6.7]

Sutherland, P. and Badger, R., (2004) Lecturers’ Perceptions of Lectures; J Further & Higher Education 28, 3, 277-289 [§5.1]

Sweeney, Jill,  O’Donoghue, T., Whitehead, C., Teaching in Higher Education, 1470-1294, Volume 9, Issue 3, 2004, Pages 311 – 323 [§5.3]

UNESCO Task Force on Education for the Twenty-first Century 1996 and 1998: see  http://www.unesco.org/delors/fourpil.htm [§2.7]

Vygotsky, L., (1925) mainly in Russian but see http://www.marxists.org/archive/vygotsky/ for a bibliography [§2.4]

WebPA (2002 onwards) see http://webpaproject.lboro.ac.uk/ [§6.4]