Welcome to ECHER’s resources!
On this page we collect different material that can help you navigate the world of higher education research.
Would you like to contribute? Check the resources we list below and drop us an email!
Reference lists, bibliographies, and literature reviews on various topics in higher education research. A collaborative project by early-career higher education researchers. Occasionally updated.
A chronologically arranged bibliography of empirical studies and discussions on the characteristics of higher education research, published since the 1970s. Occasionally updated.
Resources that can help your improve writing and research skills, recommended by early-career higher education researchers. Occasionally updated.
Advice on writing & publishing in higher education from experienced higher education scholars. Most of the material was collected in 2019 but the collection is open for further contributions.
Bibliography of academic works and discussions on the subject of theorizing in social sciences. Occasionally updated.
Posts published on the ECHER Blog dedicated to the literature on research, writing and publishing. Occasionally updated.
Interviews with editors of higher education journals, conducted by early-career researchers, on the subject of journal publishing and the state of publishing in higher education more generally. An ongoing project.
A database of higher education journals and conferences curated by ZW Taylor.
Read the blog post in which ZW tells about the background of the database. Updated weekly.
A list of journals created by Jelena Brankovic in 2018. Read the blog post introducing the list. No longer updated.
Networking & Community
A list of scholarly societies available to researchers of higher education: international, national, disciplinary and interdisciplinary. Occasionally updated.
Informal online meetings around a specific theme or simply to catch-up with other members.
Every six months, ECHER compiles a list of recent publications (articles, books, book chapters, blog posts, etc.) by its members. The list is shared via the ECHER mailing list. To subscribe to the mailing list, join ECHER.