University of Hertfordshire

Flexible study - what students do and what they want

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Flexible study - what students do and what they want. / Alltree, J.; Quadri, N.

In: Procs 2nd Int Blended Learning Conference. University of Hertfordshire, 2007. p. 164-176.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Alltree, J & Quadri, N 2007, Flexible study - what students do and what they want. in In: Procs 2nd Int Blended Learning Conference. University of Hertfordshire, pp. 164-176.

APA

Alltree, J., & Quadri, N. (2007). Flexible study - what students do and what they want. In In: Procs 2nd Int Blended Learning Conference (pp. 164-176). University of Hertfordshire.

Vancouver

Alltree J, Quadri N. Flexible study - what students do and what they want. In In: Procs 2nd Int Blended Learning Conference. University of Hertfordshire. 2007. p. 164-176

Author

Alltree, J. ; Quadri, N. / Flexible study - what students do and what they want. In: Procs 2nd Int Blended Learning Conference. University of Hertfordshire, 2007. pp. 164-176

Bibtex

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