Strydom, F., Kuh, G. & Loots, S. (Eds.) (2017). Engaging Students: Using Evidence to Promote Student Success. Bloemfontein, South Africa: Sun Media
AbstractThis book has been one of my favourites since it was published in 2017, and I have recently taken it out of the shelf again when I was reminded by Prof. George Kuh as keynote speaker during the Stellenbosch University Experiential Education Conference that indeed we should engage our students at every turn in their academic career at university. GeorgeKuh has inspired a generation of Student Affairs practitioners with what now seems intuitive, common sense and obvious: engaged students do better.
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