Allin, L. (2014). Collaboration between staff and students in the scholarship of teaching and learning: The potential and the problems. Teaching and Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal, 2(1), 95-102. (Commentary.) The final publication is available from JSTOR.
Brew, A. (2013). Understanding the scope of undergraduate research: a framework for curricular and pedagogical decision-making. Higher Education, 66, 603-618. (Undergraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Springer.
Cumming, J. (2010). Contextualised performance: reframing the skills debate in research education. Studies in Higher Education, 35(4), 405-419. (Commentary/review.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.
Hughes, P., Tucker, K., & Knaggs, C. (2011). Sitting on the same bench: Complementing law learning outcomes. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 5(2), A50-59. (Undergraduate and postgraduate; Law.) The final publication is available from the Journal of Academic Language and Learning.
Spronken-Smith, R., Brodeur, J., Kajaks, T., Luck, M., Myatt, P., Verburgh, A., Walkington, H., & Wuetherick, B. (2013). Completing the research cycle: A framework for promoting dissemination of undergraduate research and inquiry. Teaching and Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal, 1(2), 105-118. (Undergraduate; multidisciplinary.)
Venkat, H., & Osman, R., & Booth, S. (2009). Diversity in pre-service teachers’ understandings of research. Education As Change, 13(2), 245-261. (Undergraduate (first year); Bachelor of Education.) The final publication is available from Taylor & Francis.
Venning, J. & Buisman-Pijlman, F. (2011). The development of an assessment matrix to promote student learning in postgraduate multidisciplinary research projects. The Journal of the Education Research Group of Adelaide, 2(2), 37-44. (Postgraduate; multidisciplinary.) The final publication is available from Open Journal Systems.
Woods (2009). ‘Becoming a writer researcher: Exploring the poetic, rhetorical and referential.’ Margins and Mainstreams: Refereed conference papers of the 14th Annual AAWP Conference. (Undergraduate and postgraduate; Creative and Professional Writing.) The final presentation is available from the University of South Australia.
We encourage people to critique the RSD framework and its implementation. This is the best way to improve.
If you are aware of other papers or resources that would contribute to this list, please contact John Willison.