The epistemic insight digest: Issue 4: Spring 2022

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Gordon, A., Cullimore, M., Hackett, L., Shalet, D., Jennings, B-L, Semaan, A. S. and Pickett, M. Shalet, D. (ed.) 2022. The epistemic insight digest: Issue 4: Spring 2022. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.
AuthorsGordon, A., Cullimore, M., Hackett, L., Shalet, D., Jennings, B-L, Semaan, A. S. and Pickett, M.
EditorsShalet, D.
KeywordsEducation; Epistemic insight; Teaching; Research
Year2022
PublisherCanterbury Christ Church University
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