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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 33, Number 2, 4 March 2014

Transitions and pathways: self-help reading and informal adult learning
pp. 125-140(16)
Authors: McLean, Scott; Vermeylen, Laurie

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English literature and work-based learning: a pedagogical case study
pp. 141-160(20)
Author: Eastman, Christine Angela

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What have we learnt about mobile LifeLong Learning (mLLL)?
pp. 161-182(22)
Authors: Seta, Luciano; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Arrigo, Marco

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Self-directed lifelong learning in hybrid learning configurations
pp. 207-232(26)
Authors: Cremers, Petra H.M.; Wals, Arjen E.J.; Wesselink, Renate; Nieveen, Nienke; Mulder, Martin

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The knowledge economy and lifelong learning. A critical reader
pp. 252-254(3)
Author: Milana, Marcella

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Education Outcomes and Poverty: A Reassessment
pp. 254-260(7)
Author: Mosweunyane, Dama

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Improving literacy at work
pp. 260-261(2)
Author: Dipholo, Kenneth

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Researching creative learning: methods and issues
pp. 261-263(3)
Author: Zhu, Yidan

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Transformations: A History of UBC Continuing Studies
pp. 264-266(3)
Author: Jones, William R.

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