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Triple nexus: improving STEM teaching through a research-public engagement-teaching nexus

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Triple nexus : improving STEM teaching through a research-public engagement-teaching nexus. / Stevenson, Elizabeth; McArthur, Jan.

In: International Journal for Academic Development, 2015.

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Stevenson, Elizabeth ; McArthur, Jan. / Triple nexus : improving STEM teaching through a research-public engagement-teaching nexus. In: International Journal for Academic Development. 2015.

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