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LB2343.32 College student orientation
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Collings, R. M.
Peer mentoring during the transition to university: assessing the usage of a formal scheme within the UK.
Studies in Higher Education.
(11), pp. 1995-2010. 0307-5079.
Students’ peer relationships and their contribution to university adjustment: the need to belong in the university community.
Journal of Further and Higher Education.
Collings, R. M.
The impact of peer mentoring on levels of student wellbeing, integration and retention: a controlled comparative evaluation of residential students in UK higher education.
(6), pp. 927-942. 0018-1560.
URB@N project: welcome week and beyond – finding out what first year students want and need from a library induction.
Poster presented to:
URB@N 2013, The University of Northampton, 03 June 2013
Everybody needs a friend: investigating the relationship between students’ social relationships and their perceived university adjustment and membership.
Paper presented to:
The British Psychological Society (BPS) Psychology of Education Section Annual Conference 2011: Motivation and Resilience in Education, Preston Marriott Hotel, England, 18-20 November 2011
Invited Keynote presented to:
Exploring Student Learning Through Research, Anglia Ruskin University, 24 November 2010
Transitional dialogues: an evaluation of the impact of collaborative practice in enhancing the first year student experience of assessment in Higher Education.
Invited Presentation presented to:
The University of Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference 2010: Learning Dialogues, The University of Northampton, 13 May 2010
Collaborative practice in enhancing the first year student experience in higher education.
Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education.
(1), pp. 12-24. 2041-3122.
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