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Getting closer: workplace guidance for lifelong learning
The purposes of this article are twofold. First, it considers the policy links between guidance and lifelong learning, highlighting in particular the implications of findings from a recent study byExpand
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Pictures of the body
In 1972 Paul Lauterbur from the State University of New York in Stony Brook and Peter Mansfield from Nottingham University in the UK stumbled their way to the realization that nuclear magneticExpand
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Widening Access to Higher Education: A Case Study of a Fee-waiver Scheme in two Scottish Universities
The widening of access to higher education in the UK has been a key government policy priority over the past twenty years. A recent analysis of initiatives to widen access to higher education inExpand
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How Projects in Special Collections Help Students Find Their Faith and Voice
In this session, Bob Turner and Carisse Berryhill share their experience of using archives as a component of a class in Stone-Campbell History at Harding School of Theology. Berryhill teaches theExpand
Book Review: Twentieth Century Thinkers in Adult and Continuing Education
given its emphasis on Christianity. While agreeing with Professor Grant that a national policy is needed to achieve fairness and justice in education he makes no suggestion as to the content of thisExpand