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Teaching and learning in the changing higher education environment$eGraeme Davies.

Graeme Davies

Teaching and learning in the changing higher education environment$eGraeme Davies.

by Graeme Davies

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Paper for a CRAC meeting: Teaching and learning : making change work in higher education, Regent"s College, London, 20th October 1994.

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