Student Engagement: Body, Mind and Heart – A Proposal for an Embedded Multi-Dimensional Student Engagement Framework

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Pickford, R;
(2016)
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

This paper considers student engagement in the context of a diverse higher education population and explores what institutions can do to impact positively on student engagement. The paper takes as its starting point the goals of higher education and the purposes of stud... View more
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