This SEDA Special draws together the ways in which academic
and educational developers support change in their institutions and nationally.
It reflects the history of educational change and the role of SEDA’s members
and others in supporting (and leading) educational change over the last 20
years. It is an important text for all innovative teachers, managers,
researchers, learner support staff and others engaged in the improvement of
student learning as it draws on a number of emerging ideas and literatures. With
strong theoretical chapters and fascinating international case studies, readers
will find much to engage with to develop their own practice of working with
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