Research Handbook on Student Engagement in Higher Education

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Research Handbook on Student Engagement in Higher Education

9781035314287 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Cathy Stone, Conjoint Associate Professor, School of Humanities, Creative Industries and Social Sciences, The University of Newcastle and Sarah O’Shea, Professor and Dean, Graduate Research, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Publication Date: September 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03531 428 7 Extent: c 496 pp
This cutting-edge Research Handbook presents a comprehensive overview of key developments in the field of student engagement, with particular reference to equity and diversity issues. Promoting a more holistic and inclusive understanding of engagement, it highlights key empirical findings alongside practical case studies, presenting valuable recommendations for the field.

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This cutting-edge Research Handbook presents a comprehensive overview of key developments in the field of student engagement, with particular reference to equity and diversity issues. Promoting a more holistic and inclusive understanding of engagement, it highlights key empirical findings alongside practical case studies, presenting valuable recommendations for the field.

Leading scholars address the contemporary issues and complexities of student engagement with focus on how these are enacted within diverse learning communities. They analyse theoretical perspectives on student engagement, focusing on implications for students from under-represented or educationally marginalised groups, and present international case studies. This Research Handbook illustrates effective, practical strategies to enhance engagement across the student body, adding an invaluable contribution to this continually developing field.

The Research Handbook on Student Engagement in Higher Education is an authoritative reference for academics, practitioners, students and scholars specialising in education policy, educational theory, the sociology of education and politics and public policy. It is also of interest to policymakers and staff working across all subject areas in the higher education field.
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