Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives: Volume 15 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Student-led seminars as an active learning strategy to enhance English as a foreign language procrastinating students’ achievement

Majid Al-Amri

Research has demonstrated that high percentages of undergraduate college students self-report they engage in academic procrastination which has significant adverse effects on…

Write to improve: exploring the impact of an automated feedback tool on Bahraini learners of English

Fatema Wali, Henk Huijser

The development of written accuracy among learners of English as a Second Language (ESL) has always been a primary concern for ESL teachers and researchers in Applied Linguistics…


Outside looking in: a study of adjunct faculty experiences at offshore branch campuses in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Maryjane Nolan-Bock

This study examines the perspectives of adjunct (short-term contract) faculty teaching at offshore branch campuses in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The rise of the global adjunct…

Plagiarism, culture, the Middle East and Westernization: a mixed methods study

Julie Nash

Academic integrity is of great importance to insure a consistent determination of what constitutes plagiarism across regions of the world. Academic integrity research spans a…


The relationship between first-year university students’ academic self-concept and lifelong learning tendency

Tanju Deveci

Not all first-year university students possess the academic self-concept necessary for an effective transition from high school to university. This may impact their aptitude for…

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