The epistemic insight digest: Issue 1: Autumn 2020

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Billingsley, Berry, Stone, Paula, Goddard, Kim, Peters, Christopher, Wilkinson, Victoria, Wilkinson, Murray, Stockham, Claire, Spaull, Stewart, Smith, Lauren, Robinson, Benjamin and Hosseinzadehrahvar, Shirin Stone, Paula (ed.) 2020. The epistemic insight digest: Issue 1: Autumn 2020. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
AuthorsBillingsley, Berry, Stone, Paula, Goddard, Kim, Peters, Christopher, Wilkinson, Victoria, Wilkinson, Murray, Stockham, Claire, Spaull, Stewart, Smith, Lauren, Robinson, Benjamin and Hosseinzadehrahvar, Shirin
EditorsStone, Paula
KeywordsEducation; Epistemic insight; Teaching; Research
Year2020
PublisherCanterbury Christ Church University
Output statusPublished
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Place of publicationCanterbury
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