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Volume 29, Number 4, Number 4/November 2005

Going the distance: students' experiences of induction to distance learning in higher education
pp. 293-306(14)
Authors: Forrester, Gillian; Motteram, Gary; Parkinson, Gillian; Slaouti, Diane

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The impact of part time employment on students' health and academic performance: a Scottish perspective
pp. 307-319(13)
Authors: Carney, Claire; McNeish, Sharon; McColl, John

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Mapping generic skills curricula: outcomes and discussion
pp. 321-330(10)
Authors: Robley, Will; Whittle, Sue; Murdoch‐Eaton, Deborah

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Teaching web site design: science or art?
pp. 331-340(10)
Authors: Taylor, Mark John; Salces, Fausto Sainz; Duffy, Sandra Patricia

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Who benefits from widening participation? A study of targeting in the South West of England
pp. 341-351(11)
Authors: Hatt, Sue; Baxter, Arthur; Tate, Jim

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Widening participation in subjects requiring data handling skills: the MathsAid Project
pp. 353-365(13)
Authors: Atkins, Nigel; May, Steve; Marks‐Maran, Di

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Improving the quantity and quality of attendance data to enhance student retention
pp. 375-385(11)
Authors: Bowen, Eleri; Price, Trevor; Lloyd, Steve.; Thomas, Steve

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