Learning and Teaching with the UK Census

  title={Learning and Teaching with the UK Census},
  author={J. Carter and M. Brown and C. Chappell},
IASSIST Quarterly Fall 2002 IASSIST Quarterly Fall 2002 17 by Jackie Carter, Mark Brown, Cressida Chappell * Background Through a number of strategic investments by the UK funding bodies for further and higher education.and the research councils, the UK academic community has access to an electronic Collection of Historical and Contemporary Census Data and Resources (CHCC). Individual datasets have been used extensively in research but they have been widely under-used in learning and teaching… Expand
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