Information technology and the NESB research student
"Many universities in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand have come to rely heavily on the fees received from postgraduate research students who come from non-English speaking backgrounds (NESB)." "If universities are to maintain and expand their NESB numbers, they must first understand the dilemmas faced by many NESB students in English-speaking university systems, and then devise programmes and approaches which will ensure a productive outcome for such students. This book provides important insights into the lives of NESB postgraduate students and suggests valuable strategies for universities and individual supervisors. It is the first book to tackle these issues; it gives voice to both students and supervisors, and provides practical guidance. It is a significant resource both for institutions (for international offices, research centres, and departments) and for individual supervisors."--BOOK JACKET.
Ellis, A & Phelps, R 1999, 'Information technology and the NESB research student', in Y Ryan & O Zuber-Skerrit (eds), Supervising postgraduates from non-English speaking backgrounds, Open University Press ; Society for Research into Higher Education, Buckingham, UK ; Philadelphia, PA, pp. 133-145.
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