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A good practice guide : Safeguarding student learning engagement

By Karen J. Nelson and Tracy A. Creagh
Topics: 130000 EDUCATION, 130103 Higher Education, social justice, student engagement, monitoring student learning engagement, attrition, retention, social justice framework, HERN
Publisher: Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Year: 2013
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