Stories, experiences, values and lives: how can we bring them into the arena of higher education and make them relevant? In this latest SEDA Paper, experienced academic contributors explore and examine the ways in which biography and autobiography can enrich and develop the student learning experience, and thus in turn improve the quality of teaching. Discussed both in its impact on developing learners and learning communities and in practice as a vital teaching tool, the use of biographical knowledge is revealed to be an inspiring, valuable and challenging aspect of the pedagogical process.

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Judith Burnett, Philip Frame


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