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Brodie, Jacqueline, Laing, Susan and Anderson, Maggie (2009) Developing enterprising people through an innovative enterprise degree: An analysis of the students' evolving perceptions and attitudes. Industry and Higher Education, 23 (3). pp. 233-241. ISSN 0950 4222
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Brodie, Jacqueline, Penny, Kay I, Windram, Brian and McCallum, Lorna (2015) The development of an e-Toolkit for direct entry students to aid transition into Higher Education: the dissertation maze. In: QAA Enhancement Themes, 9-11 June 2015, Glasgow, Scotland.
Penny, Kay I and Brodie, Jacqueline (2014) Student and staff perceptions of the use of multiple choice testing in higher education assessments. In: EDEN 2014 Annual Conference, 10-13 June 2014, University of Zagreb.
King, Linda and Brodie, Jacqueline (2010) Exploring the relationship between leadership, caring and compassion. In: International Conference: Leadership in compassionate Care – Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice, 2010, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Douglas, Tony and Brodie, Jacqueline (2010) Is there a "Sales Skills" gap in young entrepreneurs in SME food firms in Scotland? In: EFMD 2010 Conference, 2010, Paris, France.
Douglas, Tony and Brodie, Jacqueline (2009) Changes in students attitudes, skills and motivation towards, and knowledge of, selling while studying a personal selling module. In: EFMD 2009 Conference, 2009, Barcelona, Spain.
Douglas, Tony and Brodie, Jacqueline (2009) An investigation into sales skills gaps in young SME food firms in Scotland. In: AM 2009 Conference, 7-9 July 2009, Leeds Metropolitan University.
Brodie, Jacqueline, Anderson, Maggie and Laing, Susan (2008) Being innovative with the assessment process: using posters in entrepreneurship education. In: FINPIN 2008, 20-22 April 2008, Finland.
Brodie, Jacqueline, Douglas, Tony and Laing, S (2008) Students as consultants - adding value to the small and medium enterprise. In: ICSB Conference, 22-25 June 2008, Halifax, Canada.