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Measuring knowledge exchange

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Measuring knowledge exchange. / Jacobs, Naomi.

2013. Paper presented at The Knowledge Exchange: an interactive conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conference - Without ISBN/ISSN Conference paperpeer-review

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Jacobs, N 2013, 'Measuring knowledge exchange', Paper presented at The Knowledge Exchange: an interactive conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 26/09/13 - 27/09/13.

APA

Jacobs, N. (2013). Measuring knowledge exchange. Paper presented at The Knowledge Exchange: an interactive conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Jacobs N. Measuring knowledge exchange. 2013. Paper presented at The Knowledge Exchange: an interactive conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.

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Jacobs, Naomi. / Measuring knowledge exchange. Paper presented at The Knowledge Exchange: an interactive conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom.4 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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