The Oxford Guide - Differences between Version 7 and Version 2 of Tutors
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Brewer, Derek. "The Tutor: A Portrait." In <i>C. S. Lewis at the Breakfast Table and Other Reminiscences</i>, new ed., ed. James T. Como, 41-67. San Diego: Harcourt Brace, Harvest, 1992.
Kiosses, Spyriodon. "Teaching and Studying Ancient Greek Literature: A First Approach to a Case Study." Master’s thesis, University of Oxford, 1997.
Moore, Will G. <i>The Tutorial System and Its Future</i>. New York: Pergamon, 1968.
Palfreyman, David, ed. <i>The Oxford Tutorial: 'Thanks, You Taught Me How to Think.'</i> OxCHEPS Occasional Paper, no. 1. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, 2002.
<i>Paper 6: Tutorial Teaching</i>. Oxford: Institute for the Advancement of University Learning, n.d.
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Every undergraduate student in Oxford works under the supervision of a tutor. The tutorial system is considered to be one of the advantages of an Oxford education. A tutor maybe a fellow or member of the same college as a student, but often students have a different tutors for different areas of study possibly from other colleges.
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