Swinburne University’s Engagement Strategy To Improve Student Retention and Raise Employability of Graduates

Swinburne University’s Engagement Strategy To Improve Student Retention and Raise Employability of Graduates

In this past presentation from the Student Retention and Success Summit 2018 Glen Bates, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Engagement) at Swinburne University of Technology  explores;

  • The orientation and transition strategy
  • Development of academic supports to enhance academic literacy including the Swinburne Academic Literacy Needs Assessment (SALNA) and academic literacy advisors
  • Integrating peer to peer support into academic advisor interventions
  • The Swinburne Emerging Leaders Program and the Swinburne advantage model to raise employability
  • Integrating the student voice into engagement strategy

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