Further Reading

The following references provide further information on the role and value of scholarly peer review of teaching in university and higher education environments.

Chickering, A., & Gamson, Z. (1987). Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. American Association for Higher Education Bulletin, 39 (7), 3-7.

Gordon, G., & Owen, C. (2007). Cultures of quality enhancement: A short review of the literature for higher education policy makers and practitioners. Enhancement Themes: Scotland.

Harris, K-L., Farrell, K., Bell, M., Devlin, M., & James, R. (2008). Peer review of teaching in Australian higher education: A handbook to support institutions in developing and embedding effective policies and practices. Centre for the Study of Higher Education. Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

McKenzie, J., Pelliccione, L., & Parker, N. (2009). What makes blended learning effective? An interactive session of peer review. Paper presented at ASCILITE Conference, Auckland, December.

McKenzie, J., Pelliccione, L., & Parker, N. (2008). Developing peer review of teaching in blended learning environments: Frameworks and challenges. Paper presented at ASCILITE Conference, Melbourne, December.

Quality Matters. (2008). Inter-institutional quality assurance in online learning: Quality matters rubric for online and hybrid courses (2008-2010 edition). Pasadena, MD.

Toth, K.E., & McKey, C.A. (2010). Identifying the potential organizational impact if an educational peer review program. International Journal for Academic Development, 15 (1), 73-83.

Wood, D., & Friedel, M. (2009). Peer review of online learning and teaching: Harnessing collective intelligence to address emerging challenges. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 25 (1), 60-79.



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