FE to HE transitions: understanding vocational learner experiences in HE

Clark, W. 2009. FE to HE transitions: understanding vocational learner experiences in HE. Development Project Fund Showcase (Linking London Lifelong Learning Network). University of London 25 Nov 2009

TitleFE to HE transitions: understanding vocational learner experiences in HE
AuthorsClark, W.
TypeConference paper
Year2009
ConferenceDevelopment Project Fund Showcase (Linking London Lifelong Learning Network)
Publication dates
Completed2009

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