Publications

On Labour Market Information

Bimrose, J., Hughes, D. & Barnes, S-A (2011) ‘Integrating new technologies into careers practice: Extending the knowledge base’, London: UK Commission for Employment and Skills, [Report] [view]

Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Barnes, S-A. and Hughes, D.(2011) The role of career adaptability in skills supply, Evidence report 35. Main Report. Wath-upon-Dearne: UKCES.

Brown, A., Bimrose, J., Barnes, S-A, Kirpal, S., Grønning, T. & Dæhlen M. (2010) Changing patterns of working, learning and career development across Europe, Coventry: IER, University of Warwick.

Bimrose, J. and Barnes, S. -A. (2010) ‘Labour market information (LMI), information communications and technologies (ICT) and information, advice and guidance (IAG): the way forward?’, 1 – 57, London: UK Commission for Employment and Skills, [Report to Government] [view]

Bimrose, J., Barnes, S. -A. and Attwell, G. (2010) ‘An investigation into the skills needed by Connexions personal advisers to develop internet-based guidance: full report’, 1 – 65, Reading: CfBT Education Trust, Report of an empirical investigation into the demand from young people for internet-based guidance, together with the readiness of connexions services to deliver. (Full & Executive Reports are available online.) [Research Paper] [view]

Bimrose, J. and Brown, A.(2010) ‘Older workers’ transitions in work-related learning, careers and identities’ in Transitions and learning through the lifecourse, Editors: Ecclestone, K., Biesta, G. and Highes, M. (9780415481731), London ; New York: Routledge

On Career Adaptability:

Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Barnes, S-A. and Hughes, D.(2011) The role of career adaptability in skills supply, Evidence report 35. Main Report. Wath-upon-Dearne: UKCES.

Bimrose, J., Barnes, S-A., Brown, A. and Hughes, D.(2011) The role of career adaptability in skills supply, Evidence Report 35. Technical Report. Wath-upon-Dearne: UKCES.

Brown, A. & Bimrose, J. (2011) Developmental tasks,vocational development and career adaptability. In Z. Zhao, F. Rauner and U. Hauschildt (eds) Assuring the acquisition of expertise: apprenticeship in the modern economy, Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press. [ISBN: 978-7-5135-0815-5], pp 255-258.

On Career Development:

Brown, A., Bimrose, J., Barnes, S-A, Kirpal, S., Grønning, T. & Dæhlen M. (2010) Changing patterns of working, learning and career development across Europe, Coventry: IER, University of Warwick.

Bimrose, J., Brown, A., & Barnes, S-A. (2008). Researching careers, learning and identities: Career attachments as anchors or chains?, Perspectives in Education, 26, 3, pp. 71-81. [ISSN 0258-2236]

Brown, A. (1999). Career Pathways for Industrial Supervisors in the United Kingdom. SKOPE Research Papers No. 3. Oxford/Coventry: University of Oxford /University of Warwick/ESRC, 28pp.

Brown, A., Moerkamp, T. and Voncken, E. (1999). Facilitating progression to higher education from vocational paths. European Journal of Education. 34, no.2, 219-235.

I could give you a pre-publication version of the following:

Bimrose, J. & Brown, A. (2010). ‘Older workers’ transitions in work-related learning, careers and identities.’ In K. Ecclestone, G. Biesta & M. Hughes (eds) Transitions and Learning Through the Lifecourse,Routledge: Abingdon. [ISBN: 978-0-415-48174-8]

On skills development:

Brown, A. (2009). Higher skills development at work: A Commentary by the Teaching and Learning Research Programme London: ESRC,TLRP. [ISBN: 978-0-85473-893-9].

Brown, A. (2009). Developing expertise – moving beyond a focus on workplace competence, assessment and qualifications – Beyond Current Horizons report. London: DCSF/Futurelab.

Brown, A. (Ed) (2005). Learning while working in small companies: comparative analysis of experiences drawn from England, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, SKOPE Monograph No 7., ESRC funded Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, Oxford and Warwick Universities.

Brown, A., Grollmann, P., Tutschner, R. & PARTICIPA Project Consortium (2005). Participation in Continuing Vocational Education and Training: Results from the case studies and qualitative investigations, ITB Working Paper Nr. 54, Institut Technik und Bildung Universität Bremen.

Brown, A. (2004). Professionals under pressure: contextual influences on learning and development of radiographers in England, Learning in Health and Social Care, 3, 4, 213-222.

Brown, A. (2004). Engineering identities, Career Development International, 9, 3, 245 – 273.

Brown, A. and Kirpal, S. (2004). ‘Old nurses with new qualifications are best’: Competing ideas about the skills that matter in nursing in Estonia, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. In Warhurst, C., Grugulis, I., and Keep, E. The skills that matter, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan (pp 225 -241). [Note the above chapter was drawn from a broader project paper 'Old Nurses with New Qualifications are Best': Managers’ Attitudes towards Recruitment for Occupations in Health Care in Estonia, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom: by A. Brown, M. Dif, S. Koniordos, G. Laske, K. Loogma, F. Marhuenda, A. Navas, O. Stryjecka-llina & R. Vilu which is downloadable from the FAME project website.]

Brown, A., Rhodes, E. and Carter, R. (2004). Supporting learning in advanced supply systems in the automotive and aerospace industries. In H. Rainbird, A. Fuller and A. Munro (Eds.) Workplace Learning in Context. London: Routledge (pp 166 – 182).

Brown, A. (2004). United Kingdom. In Brown, A. (Ed.) and Participa project consortium, Participation in Continuing Vocational and Training (VET): a need for a sustainable employability. A state of the art report for six European countries, Bremen: University of Bremen ITB Working Paper 38 (pp 79 -103).

Brown, A. and Laske, G. (2003). Employers views on graduate career paths in Germany and the United Kingdom. In FAME project consortium, How personnel management and human resources policies shape workers’ identities, Bremen: University of Bremen ITB Working Paper 46 (pp 5 – 19).

Drexel, I., Möbus, M., Gérardin, F. Grasser B., Lhotel, H., Brown, A., Maguire, M. and Baldauf, B. (2003). Cross-national Comparisons of New Career Pathways for Industrial Supervisors in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, SKOPE Monograph No 6., ESRC funded Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, Oxford and Warwick Universities.

Brown, A. (2002). Challenges of supporting learning of newly qualified professionals in health care. In Nijhof, Wim J.; Heikkinen, Anja; Nieuwenhuis, Loek (eds.) Shaping flexibility in vocational education and training. Dordrecht/Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Brown, A. (1997). A dynamic model of occupational identity formation, in A. Brown (Ed) Promoting Vocational Education and training: European perspectives, Tampere, Univeristy of Tampere, (pp 59-67). (Out of print: above link is to a pre-print version available from the British Education Index as a Symposium paper presented at the Journal of Vocational Education and Training Second International Conference “Policy and Practice in Vocational Education and Training”, University of Huddersfield, 16-18 July 1997).

On qualifications:

Brown, A. (2008). Limitations of levels, learning outcomes and qualifications as drivers towards a more knowledge-based society?, US-China Education Review, 5, 1, 9-17.

Brown, A. (1999). A comparative study of additional qualifications at the interface of initial and continuing education: findings from the United Kingdom. SKOPE Research Papers No. 4. Oxford/Coventry: University of Oxford /University of Warwick/ESRC, 30pp.

On Career Guidance

Hughes, D., Bimrose, J. & Brown, A. (2006). Putting research at the centre of the design, development and operation of higher education careers services: A comparative study from the UK and Finland, in R. Vuorinen & S. Saukkonen Guidance Services in Higher Education: Strategies, Design & Implementation, Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. [ISBN 951-39-2675-3]

Brown, A., Bimrose, J. and Hughes, D. (2005). Bringing Guidance Research and Practice Closer Together: The UK National Guidance Research Forum Website, International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 5, 2, 229 – 240.

RadioActive

Attwell, G., Ravenscroft, A., Blagbrough, D., and Stieglitz, D. (2011). ‘Jam Hot!’ Personalised radio ciphers through augmented social media for the transformational learning of disadvantaged young people. pp. 1-10. In: Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2011, 10th – 12th July 2011, Southampton, UK.

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