Managing Educational Development Projects: Effective Management for Maximum Impact
Carole Baume, Paul Martin, Mantz Yorke
Routledge, Dec 16, 2003 - Education - 224 pages
Educational development is a major issue for higher education institutions (HEIs). It constitutes a major part of the research work of many academics. This practical volume, written by experienced practitioners in the field, is a guide to successfully managing an educational development project.
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