Source: Innovations in Education and Teaching International, Volume 50, Issue 4, 2013, pages 331-343
This review article aims to analyse the ways in which books within the SEDA series have contributed to thinking in higher education pedagogy over this time.
The authors have approached the texts through three lenses, analysing them chronologically, thematically and by the orientation of the authors towards educational development. They demonstrate that the coverage of topics and the syntheses of ideas that the texts represent have holistically provided invaluable coverage of the key thinking in the field. Not only have the texts contributed to knowledge but also they have asserted the importance of the underpinning SEDA values which they represent in practice, helping to build the community of practice that is educational development.