Transition, Success & Retention

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  • Armstrong

    Armstrong, F., James, T., Conradie, H., & Parker, S. (2018). Males in Enabling: Painting a portrait through narrative. Student Success, 9(1), 9-22.

  • Braund

    Braund, A. James, T., Johnston, K., & Mullaney, L. (2020). Grit ability: Which grit characteristics enable success for mothers entering university? Student Success 11(1). 22-35. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.v11i1.1457

  • Bunn, R.J. – Transitioning students into Higher Education: Philosophies, Pedagogies and Practice

    Bunn, R.J. (2019). “We need to help students discover themselves and see into the life of things”: Advice from Open Foundation Lecturers. In A. Jones, A. Olds and J.G. Lisciandro (Eds.) Transitioning students into Higher Education: Philosophies, Pedagogies and Practice. Oxon: Routledge.

  • Irwin, E., Baker, S., & Hamilton, E. – Annotated Bibliography

    Irwin, E., Baker, S., & Hamilton, E. (2019, 8 Nov). Alternative pathways into higher education open access annotated bibliography: enabling, foundation, access and bridging education.

  • James

    James, T. (2016). The juxtaposition of STEPS to the undergraduate arena: The lived experience of transitioning into undergraduate study. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 56(2). 250-267

  • James, T., & Seary, K.

    James, T., & Seary, K. (2019). Why aren't they attending class like they are supposed to? A review into students' perceptions of the value of class attendance. Student Success, 10(1), 115-129.

  • James, T., Conradie, H

    James, T., Conradie, H., Saint, R., & Browne, M. (2015). An exploratory study of the factors associated with an initial testing process: Testing the testing. International Studies in Widening Participation, 2(1). 2-14.

  • Millman, T. & McNamara (2018)

    Millman, T. & McNamara, J. (2018). The long and winding road: Experiences of students entering university through transition programs. Student Success, 9(3), 37-39.