The Meadows of Gold: The Abbasids

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Kegan Paul, 1989 - History - 469 pages
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This work comprises a selection of papers from the first symposium devoted to competency based learning held in Worthing in March 1989. The book provides an historical backdrop for anyone coming new to the study of Competency-Based Education and Training (CBET). Although CBET is a relatively new focus for research and development in the UK it has a long history and literature in the USA.

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Review: From The Meadows of Gold (Penguin Great Journeys #2)

User Review  - Daniel Simmons - Goodreads

This was an enjoyable and sometimes eye-opening window into the past, a Herodotus-style 10th century romp through the world as it was then known, peppered with useful medical advice (the electric ... Read full review

Review: From The Meadows of Gold (Penguin Great Journeys #2)

User Review  - Janez Hočevar - Goodreads

A short, yet marvellous description of the civilisation(s) that have ceased to exist long ago!!!! Read full review

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