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Sharing control: a partnership approach to course design and delivery

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Sharing control : a partnership approach to course design and delivery. / McArthur, Jan; Huxham, Mark.

14 p. York : Higher Education Academy. 2011.

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McArthur, Jan ; Huxham, Mark. / Sharing control : a partnership approach to course design and delivery. 2011. York : Higher Education Academy. 14 p.

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