20 January 2015

Social inclusion at the library

Academic staff interested in developing programs to improve participation and retention for low SES students may wish to contact the Library.

As a result of Monash University’s receipt of Federal Government funding through the Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program (HEPPP), the Library is developing services and programs that focus on improving access, participation, retention and success for students from low socio-economic status (SES) backgrounds.

The social inclusion-related programs, whilst being led through a regional focus across Berwick and Peninsula, may also be implemented at other campuses. These programs are developed in consultation with academic staff and students.

Faculty staff should contact Learning Skills  Adviser Anita Dewi or Subject Librarian Tracey Whyte to find out more.

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