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Experiential, community, workbased researching learning outside the Academy : conference proceedings, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, 27-29 June 2003. by Experiential, Community, Workbased : Researching Learning Outside the Academy (2003 Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland)

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Published by CRLL in Glasgow .
Written in English


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ContributionsUniversity of Stirling., Glasgow Caledonian University., Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning.
The Physical Object
Pagination480 p.
Number of Pages480
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19547682M
ISBN 101903661447

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