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CONNECT was the annual AMOSSHE membership journal during the 1990s and early 2000s.

Here are copies of the issues:

1994

No. 1 Summer 1994 (PDF 558 KB)

Articles:

  • A Model of Development for Student Service (Gill Troup)
  • Counselling: The wailing Wall of the University or a Force for Change? (Ann Heyno)
  • Access versus Hardship (Ray Angel)
  • Partnership in Practice: The Complementary Roles of Student Services and Student Unions (Rupert Bristow and Maggie Hammond)

Features:

  • News from the HEQC: Guidelines for Quality Assurance for Guidance and Learner Support
  • Spotlight on AMOSSHE: Interview with Russell Rowley

Conference reports:

  • Student Counselling in Higher Education: a task of growing importance (John Rolfe)
  • The Academic Year Review: After the Flowers Report (Iain MacArthur)

Book reviews:

  • Value-Added by Brian Caul
  • A Handbook for Personal Tutors by Sue Wheeler and Jan Birtle
  • Helping and Supporting Students by John Earwalker

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1995

No. 2 Winter 1995 (PDF 653 KB)

Articles:

  • Student Induction: why it's more than a good thing and what we should be doing (Gill Troup)
  • International Student Induction: separation versus integration (Alison Barty)
  • The first port of call: a new approach to pastoral care (Anne Webb)
  • InSpire: the past, the present and the future (John Taylor)
  • A lot of pain for a little gain: the Australian higher education
  • Contribution Scheme (John Fairhurst)

Book review:

  • Realising the Potential of Residence Halls by Charles C Schroeder, Phyllis Mable and Associates

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1996

No. 3 Autumn 1996 (PDF 842 KB)

Articles:

  • Survey to Evaluate Formal and Informal Communication Strategies in Raising Awareness of Student Support Services Among the Student Population (Sally Aldridge and Ann O’Sullivan)
  • Day Nursery Facilities in Post Compulsory Education (Allan Birchenough and Sheilagh Gunston)
  • Student Affairs - Reflections and Future Direction: A Hong Kong Experience (Esther Yu)
  • A week in the life… (Carol Smith)

Book review:

  • Realising the Potential of Residence Halls by Charles C Schroeder, Phyllis Mable and Associates

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1997

No. 4 Autumn 1997 (PDF 410 KB)

Articles:

  • Student’s Charters: An Evaluation and Reflection (Sally Aldridge and Jennifer Rowley)
  • Asia Pacific Student Services Association Conference Proceedings – Sydney 1996. The Challenges of Changing Student Needs – A Coping Model (Esther Yu)
  • Student Withdrawal Report (Helen Flemming and Gill Troup)
  • The Personal Tutor: Drawing the Line (Allan Birchenough and Sheilagh Gunston)

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1999

No. 5 Spring 1999 (PDF 730 KB)

Articles:

  • Why Fees make Sense (Sir David Watson)
  • Is God Head of Student Services? The role of University Chaplaincy (Rev Anthony Cane and Fleur Dorrell)
  • The Cascade of Bidet Effect – The Role of the Middle Manager (Robin Dollery)
  • Conducting a Withdrawal Survey (Susan Aldridge and Jennifer Rowley)
  • How the Universities Handle a Meningitis Outbreak? Results of a National Survey (Jane Mackinnon and M Stuart Watson)
  • A Week in the Life of a Head of Student Services During a Meningitis Incident (Sheilagh Gunston)

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2000

No. 6 Summer 2000 (PDF 621 KB)

Articles:

  • Developments and Structures of Student Services (Joan Newton)
  • Student Support in a New Era of Higher Education: The Example of Middlesex University (Professor Dennis Hardy)
  • “Going Dutch” – Student Support Arrangements in the Netherlands (Carol Smith)
  • International Students – A Case for “Widening Participation”? (Catherine Montgomery and Viv Thom)

Book review:

  • Personal Tutoring in Action by Colin Lago and Geraldine Shipton

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2001

No. 7 Summer 2001 (PDF 623 KB)

Articles:

  • The Growing Importance of Student Services (Professor Peter Scott)
  • Student Services: The Management of Quality (Sheila Aynsley-Smith)
  • Student Services and The whole Person Development (Esther Yu and Anna Yeung)
  • The Re-structuring of a University Health Service (Sandra Furmston)
  • 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Association of Heads of Polythechnic Student Services: An Interview with George Buckton.

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2002

No. 8 Summer 2002 (PDF 498 KB)

Articles:

  • Academic Review: Uncertainty, Challenge and Promise (Sheila Aynsley-Smith and David J Owens)
  • “Traditionally Non-traditional” - A Proud History of Encouraging and Supporting Mature Students into Higher Education (Robert Wiggins)
  • My Experience of Being a Japanese Trainee Counsellor in UK (Makiko Makuni)
  • Overcoming Barriers – Widening Access for All Students (Ann Burlow)
  • Widening Participation and Student Support (Sheila Aynsley-Smith)

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