UKAT’s free monthly webinars, Tutoring Matters, are designed to support all those engaged with personal tutoring and advising, whether that be as a practitioner, leader or in a related support role. They will also act as key professional development for those undertaking tutoring and advising roles. Facilitated by various key professionals associated with UKAT and collaborative in nature, the webinars will cover important issues for academic advising. 

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Academic Advising and Tutoring for Student Success in Higher Education: International Perspectives -  Thursday 18 February 2021, 14:00

Emily McIntosh, UKAT Vice-Chair (Research)

Join us for this special webinar to launch the Special Edition of the Frontiers in Education journal on Academic Advising and Tutoring for Student Success in Higher Education: International Perspectives. Co-edited by UKAT, NACADA and LVSA, this special edition brings together a collection of 15 articles from international authors which focus on various aspects of academic advising and how the advising process effectively supports student attainment and outcomes. This session will provide an overview of the articles and most important findings from them as a prelude to more detailed discussions of some of the articles in future webinars and UKAT events. 

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