Presented by Dr Sarah Dyer at the 'New to Teaching in GEES: Workshop for Early-Career Academics', November 2016
Career pathways: evidence and priorities examines career progression in Higher Education as collective space and evidence-based reflective space. It was presented by Dr Sarah Dyer at the New to Teaching in GEES: Workshop for Early-Career Academics, November 2016.
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