Recommendations from the ICT Retention Scoping Group

Recommendations from the ICT Retention Scoping Group

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Learning Analytics, National Forum Publications, Student Success

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CC BY

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PDF

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Recommendations from the ICT Retention Scoping Group

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This briefing paper presents recommendations from the ICT Retention Scoping Group, convened by the National Forum in 2016 to consider how ICT retention in higher education could be improved across the sector. The group met over two full days and included representation from across the higher education sector.

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