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Investigating inclusivity of digital learning and teaching for overseas students enrolled in the UK STEM programmes
The growth in the number of overseas students has not only brought an increase to the local economy in the UK, but also led educators to consider how to improve students' engagement and learning experience. With the increasing number of overseas students choosing to enrol in British universities, there has been a considerable growth in research interest in their academic performance. In particular, this is an issue in STEM education as overseas students choose to study the STEM subjects moredoi:10.17868/strath.00082061 fatcat:7naysfgjzjcclhzv4wtqblxt5e