(Author Year published)
Tinto (2009) identifies his four main conditions for student retention.
Four main conditions for student retention have been identified (Tinto 2009).
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"Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that hold student support as a key focus" (Tinto 2009).
According to Tinto (2009) “Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that hold student support as a key focus."
Author’s last name, Author’s initial Year published, ‘Title of paper’, paper presented at the Name of Conference, Location of conference, Conference dates.
Tinto, V 2009, ‘Taking the student retention seriously: rethinking the first year at university’, paper presented at the FYE Curriculum Design Symposium, Queensland University of Technology, 5-6 February, viewed 12 December 2010, <http://www.fyecd2009.qut.edu.au/resources/SPE_VincentTinto_5Feb09.pdf>.
Robespierre, M 1793, ‘Rebuilding a nation after post-economic collapse’, paper presented at the People’s Progressive Politics Conference, Paris, France, 27-28 July.