University of Greenwich Journals and Working Papers


This internet-based journal management system hosts scholarly journal and research working papers for faculty, students and research institutes at the University of Greenwich. The growing number of journal and working paper series across disciplines reflects the interest in online academic publication and dissemination. It also supports innovative pedagogical initiatives for publishing undergraduate and postgraduate research.

The site is managed by the university’s Educational Development Unit. For further information, please contact ed@gre.ac.uk

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Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal

An international peer-reviewed journal supporting the work of RAISE. Thus the focus is on student egagement, the active participation of students and staff and students working in partnership. SEHEJ welcomes contributions from all staff and students.

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MSOR Connections

MSOR Connections

MSOR Connections is a peer-reviewed research journal that welcomes articles, case studies and opinion pieces relating to innovative learning, teaching, assessment and support in Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research in HE.

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Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change: Change Agent's Network

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

A peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary research journal that welcomes contributions relating to staff and students as change agents.

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Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching

Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching

Compass is a peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary research journal that welcomes articles, case studies and opinion pieces relating to innovative learning, teaching and assessment.

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The Beagle: a Journal of Student Research and Enterprise

'Doing what little one can to increase the general stock of knowledge is as respectable an object of life, as one can in any likelihood pursue’ Charles Darwin (1809–1882)

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