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Varieties of group discussion in university teaching; papers based on proceedings at the sixth conference organised by the University Teaching Methods Unit of the Department of Higher Education, 4th & 5th January, 1971
Bib ID 271656
Format BookBook
Description [London], University of London Institute of Education, 1972 
xvi 102 p. illus. 23 cm. 
ISBN 0854730141
Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Group work in education.  |  College teaching.
Other authors/contributors University of London. University Teaching Methods Unit
Available From L.0.50 

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