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Linking research and teaching: exploring disciplinary spaces and the role of inquiry-based learning

@inproceedings{Healey2005LinkingRA,
  title={Linking research and teaching: exploring disciplinary spaces and the role of inquiry-based learning},
  author={Michael Healey},
  year={2005}
}
Much of the international debate about the relationship between research and teaching is characterised by difference. Individuals vary widely in their views about the nature of the linkage. Some believe that “university research often detracts from the quality of teaching” (Pocklington and Tupper 2002: 7), while others argue that “courses taught by those at the cutting edge of research will necessarily be of higher quality than those taught by those merely using the research results of others… Expand
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