The epistemic insight digest: Issue 3: Autumn 2021

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Pickard, Angela, Hazeldine, Lee, Thompson, Caitlin, Lam, Holly and Briscoe, Liseli Shalet, Dani (ed.) 2021. The epistemic insight digest: Issue 3: Autumn 2021. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
AuthorsPickard, Angela, Hazeldine, Lee, Thompson, Caitlin, Lam, Holly and Briscoe, Liseli
EditorsShalet, Dani
KeywordsEducation; Epistemic insight; Teaching; Research
Year2021
PublisherCanterbury Christ Church University
Output statusPublished
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Place of publicationCanterbury
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