Fresh approaches to persistent problems: Innovative case studies in transition management

John Barrow, Steven John Tucker

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Abstract

The breadth and variety of transitions faced by students dictates there is no single fix measure to support students through these challenges. In fact, the ever more diverse and ever growing student body requires a greater variety of strategies and mechanisms to account for individual student preferences and needs. This has essentially swamped many existing transition management approaches leaving the modern academic in need of new, innovative, efficient and effective methods that are user and time friendly to cope with these challenges.

This workshop aims to describe recently successful developments in transition management as a means of generating discussion and practice sharing across the Institution.

The strategies discussed will include: Students 4 Students, the use of Blackboard Retention Centre, development of online skills support packages and students as partners in developing curricular resources.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventAnnual Academic Development Symposium 2015 - University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Duration: 29 Apr 201529 Apr 2015

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ConferenceAnnual Academic Development Symposium 2015
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period29/04/1529/04/15

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Barrow, J., & Tucker, S. J. (2015). Fresh approaches to persistent problems: Innovative case studies in transition management. Abstract from Annual Academic Development Symposium 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

Fresh approaches to persistent problems : Innovative case studies in transition management. / Barrow, John; Tucker, Steven John.

2015. Abstract from Annual Academic Development Symposium 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.

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Barrow, J & Tucker, SJ 2015, 'Fresh approaches to persistent problems: Innovative case studies in transition management', Annual Academic Development Symposium 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 29/04/15 - 29/04/15.
Barrow J, Tucker SJ. Fresh approaches to persistent problems: Innovative case studies in transition management. 2015. Abstract from Annual Academic Development Symposium 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Barrow, John ; Tucker, Steven John. / Fresh approaches to persistent problems : Innovative case studies in transition management. Abstract from Annual Academic Development Symposium 2015, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
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