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Fall Faculty Conference 2017: Personal Epistemology

Presentation and links for Fall Faculty Conference 2017

Personal Epistemologies

Bibliography

Primary Article

Crooks, S. M. (2017). Finding place in higher education: An epistemological analysis. Canadian Journal For The     
     
Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning, 8(1), p. 1-13.

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