Describes the development, management and organization of a major cross‐university project designed to discover how students spend their study‐related time. Identifies critical strategic decisions both in diary instrumentation design and implementation and points out matters of general principle that might usefully inform similar ventures in other contexts and settings. Outlines a range of important results and gives some indication of the major implications that these findings have in the broader university context.
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