Student perspectives on personal tutoring: what do students want?

Hixenbaugh, P., Pearson, C. and Williams, D. 2006. Student perspectives on personal tutoring: what do students want? in: Thomas, L. and Hixenbaugh, P. (ed.) Personal tutoring in higher education Stoke-on-Trent, UK Trentham.

Chapter titleStudent perspectives on personal tutoring: what do students want?
AuthorsHixenbaugh, P., Pearson, C. and Williams, D.
EditorsThomas, L. and Hixenbaugh, P.
Book titlePersonal tutoring in higher education
Year2006
PublisherTrentham
Publication dates
Published2006
Place of publicationStoke-on-Trent, UK
ISBN9781858563855

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