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Student experience and tertiary expectations: Factors predicting academic literacy amongst first year pharmacy students
Scouller, K.
Bonanno, H.
Smith, L.
Krass, I.
Studies in Higher Education. Vol. 33, No. 2; pp. 167-178 2008
Study skills for international postgraduates Davies, Martin 2011
Supporting student academic literacy in the disciplines using genre-based online pedagogy
Pam Mort
Helen Drury
Journal of Academic Language and Learning 2012
Teaching for quality learning at university Biggs, J. 1999
Teaching for quality learning at university Bock, H. Communication, learning and literacy at tertiary level: Annual National Conference on Learning Skills and Communication; pp. 1-11 1983
Teaching information skills: Whose responsibility? Andresen, L. Communication, learning and literacy at tertiary level:Proceedings of the Annual National Conference on Learning Skills and Communication, pp. 1-17 1983
The academic skill needs and competency of first year health science students: Views of educators
Joanne Munn
Rosanne Coutts
Janice Knopke
Airdre Grant
Elizabeth Bartlett
Journal of Academic Language & Learning 2016
The dissertation journey: A practical and comprehensive guide to planning, writing and defending your dissertation Roberts, Carol 2010
The First Year on Campus Learning Carnivale Conference James, Bronwyn 2010
The ghost in the machine: Computers as a source of confusion. Kate Chanock Proc. Language and Academic Skills Conference: Sources of confusion (pp. 70-79) 2001
The influence of question type, text availability, answer confidence and language background on student comprehension of an expository text
Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos
Julia Miller
Chad Habel
Higher Education Research and Development, pp. 712-727 2013
The interdiscourse of essays: Listening one-to-one and telling one-to-one hundred Kate Chanock Proc. Language and Academic Skills Conference: What do we Learn from Teaching One-to-one that Informs our Work with Larger Numbers?(pp. 50-55) 1997
The John Grierson Keynote: Critiquing and reflecting Chanock, Kate Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 11-19 2005
The LAS adviser’s role in supporting dyslexic students Chanock, Kate Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra; pp. 55-64 2005
The Missing part of the Student Profile Jigsaw: academic skills advising for Australian tertiary students from non-English backgrounds Kate Chanock 2003
The perils of skills: Towards a model of integrating graduate attributes into the disciplines
Moore,Tim
Hough, Brett
Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra 2005
The poetics of writing instruction Johnson, Andrew Critiquing and reflecting: LAS profession and Practice. Non-refereed Proceedings from the National Biennial Conference, ANU, Canberra. 2005
The Right to Reticence Kate Chanock Teaching in Higher Education 15 (5), 543-552 2010
The Routledge doctoral student's companion
Thomson, Pat
Walker, Melanie
2010
The significance of disciplinary cultures Becher, T. Studies in Higher Education, Vol. 19 No. 2, pp. 151-161 1994