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Models of change: the impact of ‘designerly thinking’ on people’s lives and the environment: seminar 3 ... modelling and the Industrial Revolution

@inproceedings{Baynes2009ModelsOC,
  title={Models of change: the impact of ‘designerly thinking’ on people’s lives and the environment: seminar 3 ... modelling and the Industrial Revolution},
  author={Kenneth Baynes},
  year={2009}
}
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Curriculum convergence and divergence in 'Industrial Design' and 'Technology' programmes in Higher Education
Curriculum convergence and divergence in 'Industrial Design' and 'Technology' programmes in Higher Education

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