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Technology-Enhanced Learning in Higher Education add this book to your basket

Technology-Enhanced Learning in Higher Education

Edited by John Branch, Paul Bartholomew and Claus Nygaard

Technology-Enhanced Learning in Higher Education is an anthology produced by the international association, Learning in Higher Education (LiHE).  LiHE, whose scope includes the activities of colleges, universities and other institutions of higher education, has been one of the leading...

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Franchising: How both sides can win add this book to your basket

Franchising: How both sides can win

Chris Edger and Andrew Emmerson

Thinking of buying a franchise, creating your own franchise or franchising a product more effectively? 'Franchising: How both sides can win' is packed with real-life case studies and key insights from the owners and operators of successful franchise systems (including Domino’s...

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Professional Area Management

Chris Edger

Building upon his earlier book Effective Multi-Unit Leadership (described by the Leadership and Organization Journal as ‘one of the key books of its kind for this decade’) Professor Chris Edger has produced a book that clearly defines and outlines the ‘professional practice’...

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Erasure add this book to your basket


Edited by Brad Buckley and John Conomos

Erasure: The Spectre of Cultural Memory explores key issues around the increasing aesthetic and cultural erasure occurring in our society. It moves from the seminal act of the American Pop artist Robert Rauschenberg erasing a drawing by the painter Willem de Kooning in 1953, perhaps signalling...

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Remaking Memory add this book to your basket

Remaking Memory

John Freeman

When research is so connected to personal interest, experience, and familiarity that objectivity becomes a moveable feast, the line between documentation and invention blurs to near-invisibility. John Freeman asks what it means to locate oneself into research findings and narrative reports, and...

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