Research Outputs

Here are some of the publications about student transitions produced by geographers at Newcastle:

A-Z Survival Guide PDF 2,520Kb

A-Z survival guide for your new life as a physical geography student at Newcastle University.

Student voices in the induction process PDF 136Kb

Richardson, Michael and Tate, Simon, (in press) Improving the transition to university: introducing student voices into the formal induction process for new geography undergraduates. Journal of Geography in Higher Education

How extended induction can improve student transitions PDF 293Kb

Richardson, Michael, and Tate, Simon, (2012) University is not as easy as A, B, C...: How an extended induction can improve the transition to university for new undergraduates. EMERGE (4): 11-25

Transitions to and through university PDF 142Kb

Barnes, Lauren, Buckley, Hopkins, Peter, and Tate, Smith, (2011) The transition to and through university for non-traditional local students: some observations from teachers. Teaching Geography Summer 70-71.

Academic skills and the transition from A-Level to degree-level geography PDF 272Kb

Tate, Simon, and Swords, Jon (in press) Please mind the gap: students' perspectives of the transition in academic skills between A-level and degree-level geography. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 

Re-thinking undergraduate students' transitions to, through and out of universit PDF 1,020Kb

Tate, Simon and Hopkins, Peter, (2013) Re-thinking undergraduate students’ transitions to, through and out of university. Higher Education Academy, York.