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Assessment for teaching / edited by Patrick Griffin
Bib ID 6329804
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description Port Melbourne, Vic. : Cambridge University Press, 2014 
©2014 
xxi, 321 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm 
ISBN 9781107636095 (paperback)
Notes

Patrick Griffin is affiliated with University of Melbourne.

Record machine-generated from publisher information.

Includes bibliographical references (pages312-317) and index.

Subjects Teaching -- Evaluation.  |  Teaching -- Evaluation -- Case studies.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Griffin, Patrick, editor

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