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  • This report explores staff and student approaches and perceptions of the learning and teaching aspects of the transition process of students into higher education.
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    Subscriber Research Series 2015-16: Student Induction and Transition: Reciprocal Journeys

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    Publication date:Feb-2016
    Category:Research and development
    Size:363KB

    Description

    ​In 2014-15, following a call for expressions of interest open to its subscribers, QAA commissioned six small-scale primary research projects intended to encourage collaboration between providers and promote the formation of communities of practice.

    This report is one of three on the topic of the transition experiences of entrants to higher education from increasingly diverse prior educational experiences. It was submitted to QAA by Manchester Metropolitan University, and written by Dr Alicia Prowse.

    This report explores staff and student approaches and perceptions of the learning and teaching aspects of the transition process of students into higher education.

    Other reports from the series can be found in the Published Research section of the QAA website.