Developing Research-Led Teaching: Two Cases of Practical Data Reuse in the Classroom

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Haaker, Maureen and Morgan Brett, B. 2017. Developing Research-Led Teaching: Two Cases of Practical Data Reuse in the Classroom. SAGE Open. 7 (2), p. 215824401770180.
AuthorsHaaker, Maureen and Morgan Brett, B.
Abstract

Research-led teaching is an area that has gained attention and prominence within higher education. This article reviews two teaching resources developed from archived research data and demonstrates how this type of data reuse helps teachers establish a clear connection between research and teaching. The two teaching resources, developed by the authors in their time working at the UK Data Service, were created for use in higher education, and use Annette Lawson’s 1980s study of adultery and Stanley Cohen’s 1960s study of Mods and Rockers. The authors describe the resources in detail, explain how and why the content was developed, and explore the potential value that preserved real-world research data can have when using research to teach. The reviews of these resources point to the great possibilities for future development of teaching resources using archived data to support a range of teaching modules, from methods to topical undergraduate courses, as well as demonstrate the value of archived data and documentation for research practices.

Keywordsresearch-led teaching; data reuse; active learning; collaborative teaching and research
JournalSAGE Open
Journal citation7 (2), p. 215824401770180
ISSN2158-2440
2158-2440
Year2017
PublisherSAGE Publications
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CC BY
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1177/2158244017701800
Publication dates
Print16 Apr 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited18 Apr 2017
Accepted01 Apr 2017
Copyright information© The Authors 2017.
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