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Sillitoe, Jim, Webb, Janis and Zhang, Christabel Ming (2005) Valuing the Diversity of International Postgraduate Students. In: Internationalising education : risks and returns : proceedings of 2003 Victoria University/UCLA conference. Adams, Ron and White, Kate, eds. Victoria University, Melbourne, pp. 1-14.

Webb, Janis, Sillitoe, James and Zhang, Christabel Ming (2005) Postgraduate Research: The Benefits for Institutions, Supervisors and Students of Working Across and Between Cultures. In: Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for All. Carroll, Jude and Ryan, Janette, eds. Staff and educational development series . Routledge, London, pp. 130-135.

Webb, Janis, Zhang, Christabel Ming and Sillitoe, James (2002) Guiding Students at the Change Fulcrum: Did we Make a Difference? : What next? In: Academic Skills Advising: Evaluating for Program Improvement and Accountability. Webb , Janis and McLean, Patricia, eds. J. Webb & P. Mclean, Victoria, pp. 105-132.

Webb, Janis, Sillitoe, James and Zhang, Christabel Ming (2002) Positive Model: Facilitating Cultural Diversity in the First Year International Business Students' Learning at Victoria University. In: 6th Pacific Rim First Year in Higher Education Conference 2002 : changing agendas " te ao hurihuri". Nulty, Duncan, ed. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 1-10.

Webb, Janis (2001) Using the web to explore issues related to the first year experience. Higher education research and development, 20 (2). pp. 225-236. ISSN 1469-8366 Online 0729-4360 Print

Zhang, Christabel Ming, Sillitoe, James and Webb, Janis (1999) Valuing cultural diversity in student learning : the academic adjustment experiences of international Chinese students. In: Cornerstones : what do we value in higher education? Proceedings, July 12-15, Melbourne, Australia, 1999. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (Victorian Branch), Melbourne.