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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication16/11/2011
- GenreAdult & Further Education
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note8 black & white illustrations, 1 black & white tables
- Weight408 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Edited byMichelle Morgan
- Table Of ContentsPart 1 1. The Context of Learning in Higher Edcuation Michelle Morgan 2. The Student Experience Practitioner Model Michelle Morgan Part 2 3. Supporting First Contact and the Admissions Process Diane Nutt -Developing a University and Colleges Admissions Service, Trudi Woodhouse -Improving Partner Institutions (PIs) Recruitment and Admissions Process Katie Barnes -Supporting Mature Students from First Contact and Admissions Through Arrival, Orientation and Beyond Jayne Tidd -Processing International students' Applications and Visas: Points Based Immigration System (PBS) Matthew Semple 4. Pre-arrival Christine Keenan -Sussex Direct Online Registration (SDOR) -Improving the Registration (enrolment) Process Utilising the Web Tim May -Stepping Stones 2HE: active transition into university Christine Keenan -Develop Me, Support Me, Engage and Retain Me: Using Online Materials to Support and Enhance Student Transition Becka Colley -Pre-arrival, Arrival and Orientation Website; Managing Student and Family Aspirations and Expectations : a Faculty of Engineering Initiative Chris Ford 5. Arrival and Orientation Kerri Lee Krause -The 8 Strand Approach to Orientation for Level One and Direct Entry Students Michelle Morgan -Residential Advisors: Supporting Students in University Accommodation Starting with Welcome and Orientation Chris Tucker -An International Programme Frances McNally and Margaret Ward -Planning Parent Orientation Programs Using Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Richard Mullendore 6. Induction Stuart Hunter and Kevin. C. Clarke -Mapping Transitions: a Four Year Blueprint for Student Success Diana Pace, Wendy Wenner and Nancy Giardina -The WISE Living and Learning Community: A First -Year Residential Experience for Women in Science and Engineering Laurie Witucki -Integrating Skills into the Curriculum: a Case Study in Business Deborah Anderson and Georgy Petrov -Leading on from Orientation: a Personal and Professional Development Module Juliette Stephenson and Elisabeth Dunne 7. Re-orientation and Re-induction Michelle Morgan -Re-orientation and Re-induction for Returning Students Michelle Morgan -Tick Off to Take Off: The Study Abroad Pre-departure Guide (TOTTO) at the University of Keele Erica Arthur -Supporting Study Abroad Students at Millersville and at Partner Institutions (PIs) Emma Weber -Sustaining Global Perspective: A Peer Advisor Program for Students Who Have Studied Abroad Patricia Willer and Gabriela Peschiera-Carl 8. Outduction: Preparing to Leave, Graduation and Beyond April Perry -A New Course; Sophomore Solutions: Major to Career Ginny DeWitt and Beverly Christy 8. Outduction: Improving the Final Year Experience Marion Webb -What next? A guide for Engineering Students Preparing to Leave University Michelle Morgan -Improving the Graduation Experience Pamela Fearnley Part 3 9. Academic Student Support and Development Marcia Ody -A Student Voice in Learning & Teaching at Kingston University: the Importance of an Effective Course Representation Scheme Andrew Casey -PASS: Supporting Transitions, Supplementing Core Curriculum, Stimulating Learning Marcia Ody and William Carey -Academic and Welfare Support Delivered through the Individual Mentoring of Students on Higher National Certificates (HNC) or Higher National Diplomas (HND) Engineering Courses by Non-academic Mentors Louise Livesey -Supporting Students Returning from a Leave of Absence at the University of Sheffield Ian Munton 10. Supporting Staff to be Supporters Glyn Jones -Supporting the Supporters Andrew West -Construction Academic Skills Centre (CASC): a Drop-in Centre to Support Students with their Academic Skills, Run by Trained Student Advisors in the Civil Engineering and Surveying Departments Maia Ibsen and Karen Clarke -Enhancing the First-year Student Experience by Supporting Staff through the First Year Advisor (FYA) Initiative at Griffith University Lynn Burnett -Faculty Complaint and Disciplinary Co-ordin
- Author BiographyMichelle Morgan is a Learning and Teaching Coordinator and Student Experience Manager at Kingston University, UK.
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