Connecting the Dots: Collaboration across Learning Support Professions in Higher Education to Enhance Student Learning. Edited by Michelle Schneider, Jade Kelsall & Helen Webster. 2016

Martin McMorrow

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Connecting the dots: Collaboration across Learning Support Professions in Higher Education to Enhance Student Learning. Michelle Schneider, Jade Kelsall, and Helen Webster (Editors). 2016. Innovative Libraries Press. 184 pages. Standard list price: £19.95 (approx. $NZ36.00). Pdf version: £9.95 (approx. $NZ18.00) http://www.innovativelibraries.org.uk

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Learning advising; Teaching and Learning; Higher Education; Academic Writing; WAC; WID; Writing across the disciplines

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