Professor Val Clulow is the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching at the College of Business, RMIT University, Melbourne Australia.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Motivation, Personal Skills and Process of Learning Experienced by Peer Tutorial Leaders.

Many universities have instigated a variety of transition programs for first year students as they have generally become more student-services focussed. The aim of this study was to gain a better understanding of peer tutoring from the peer tutors’ perspective.

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Encouraging Language Learning Strategies through In-class Coaching

This paper provides a discussion of a study of a first year university Italian language class where coaching on language learning strategies was introduced during class time.

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Evaluating Online Learning in the Languages Curriculum

The presentation will discuss using online learning as part of a flexible and learner-centred approach within the Italian language curriculum.

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Education and Technology: The Interface in Learning Japanese

The flexibility of innovative web-based technology is enhancing learner access to engaging learning resources such as sound and graphics.

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Issues in Sustainable Tourism

Tourism offers an opportunity for some regions moving away from high carbon production industries. This paper explores some of the issues around sustainable tourism.

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