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Improving Retention and Performance through Extended and Holistic ‘Educational Experience’ Approach to Induction

Natalie Kite and Nicola Faulkner
The HEA’s ‘What works?’ retention project identified that induction impacts retention and success in three ways: a) socialisation, b) developing confidence and academic skills and c) developing relationships with staff, so students are more comfortable to approach them later (Thomas, 2012). Natalie and Nicola's aim was to look at existing induction activities and support offered to new students in the Business School and to see how it can be developed further. They collaborated with Student Services, ARU colleagues, and current students on three specific activities that they piloted during their extended Welcome induction in January 2018.


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Date Added: 26 Sep 2018
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