This paper provides an introduction to the findings of a large HEFCE/Paul Hamlyn-sponsored project, which aimed to investigate and analyse the value of peer mentoring in facilitating a successful transition into higher education.
|Title of host publication||Compendium of effective practice in higher education retention and success|
|Editors||Jane Andrews, Robin Clark|
|Place of Publication||Birmingham|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2012|
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- peer mentoring
- peer support
- education research
- student experience
Clark, R., & Andrews, J. (2012). Peer mentoring in Higher Education: a reciprocal route to student success. In J. Andrews, & R. Clark (Eds.), Compendium of effective practice in higher education retention and success (pp. 71-75). Birmingham: Aston University.