Research into Higher Education Abstracts


Research into Higher Education Abstracts   Published by: Taylor & Francis Group
Frequency: Three issues per year
Print ISSN: 0034-5326
Online ISSN: 1467-5862

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Research into Higher Education Abstracts

‘Research into Higher Education Abstracts is a hugely valuable resource for anyone interested in research into higher education. The online database is easily accessible and the search options allow you to search by category, which is immensely helpful when investigating a particular topic area. It can get you to relevant articles much quicker that other more generic database searches. It also covers a huge range of international journals and therefore alerts you to research that has been published in journals you might not routinely access.

The breadth of coverage of articles in the database is impressive and can enable access to articles otherwise difficult to locate. It is a very helpful and important database for any researchers into higher education and certainly a resource that can be recommended for anyone new to the field of higher education research.’
Dr Lisa Lucas, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol.

Editor:
Dr Gerda Visser-Wijnveen, Leiden University, Netherlands

Associate Editor:
Dr Roeland van der Rijst, Leiden University, Netherlands

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