Access and Retention: Experiences of Non-traditional Learners in HE

Fleming, Ted (2009) Access and Retention: Experiences of Non-traditional Learners in HE. European Lifelong Learning Project 2008-10.

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This literature review is part of the project ‘Access and Retention: Experiences of Non- Traditional Learners in HE’. The project is funded by the European Commission Lifelong Learning Programme under Key Activity 1 “Policy Co-operation and Innovation” of the Transversal programme. It has eight partners from seven different countries: England, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Spain and Sweden. The overall aim of this project is to examine issues of access, retention and noncompletion in relation to non-traditional undergraduate students (young and adults across a wide age range) in higher education on a comparative European basis

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Access and Retention; Non-traditional Learners in HE;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Adult and Community Education
Item ID: 2427
Depositing User: Dr Ted Fleming
Date Deposited: 09 Feb 2011 15:08
Journal or Publication Title: European Lifelong Learning Project 2008-10
Publisher: European Lifelong Learning Project
Refereed: Yes

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