Intervention for Success is a 2 year project funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) Catalyst Fund as part of a national £7.5 million programme of support to tackle barriers to student success. The project is one of 17 focusing on this subject across 64 institutions.
Working in collaboration with Huddersfield University (lead), Manchester Metropolitan University and Coventry University, the University of Lincoln Intervention for Success project will work to make effective use of data analytics and develop interventions which personal tutors can deploy to enable students to continue and succeed.
A key part of this project will be the development of a suite of online materials which could be utilised by any academic, at any university. This is anticipated to include a range of stand-alone electronic resources, guidance notes for a personal academic tutor mentoring scheme, and supplementary workshops.

More information can be found on the HEFCE website and the UoL press release

Please also see our partner, University of Huddersfield’s blog and twitter.

Staff
Alison Wilkinson
Research Fellow

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