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    academic cultures; distance learning; Shanghai; Plymouth University; technologies; [1]
    academic development, academic practice, teaching qualifications, mentors, new lecturers [1]
    Academic writing, CETLs, Placement learning, SOTL [1]
    Chinese students, learning background, learning capacity, language, employment [1]
    confidence; managing stress; on-line confidence; well-being; collaboration; knowing yourself and others; [1]
    dental; simulation; self-assessment; foundation training; exodontia; psycho-motor; surgical skills; questionnaire [1]
    disability; support; inclusive practice [1]
    e-Assessment; e-Invigilation; Biometrics; Invigilation [1]
    Education for sustainability, values, engagement [1]
    employability [1]
    equality; diversity; student experience; groupwork; inclusivity; [1]
    extra-curricular learning; campus-based learning; contemporary art; meta cognitive skills; constructivist; [1]
    geology fieldwork; Coverack; PDAs; hand-held technology; [1]
    history; employability; subject-specific work opportunities; work experience; career skills; career awareness [1]
    induction; foundation degree; employability; graduate skills; HE in FE; [1]
    informal learning;peer support; student-led focus groups; student culture; social action [1]
    international development; collaboration; student experience; employability; enterprise; experiential learning; active learning; HE in FE; Higher Education; learning development; learning environment; learning resources; participation; partner colleges; student-centred learning; widening participation; work-based learning [1]
    large cohorts; online collaboration; group work; learning resources; online resources; problem-based learning; [1]
    learning development; student; feedback; communication [1]
    narrative; curriculum development; technology [1]

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