Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference - University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Duration: 22 Jun 200724 Jun 2007

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Conference4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period22/06/0724/06/07

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Duckworth, V. (2007). Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression. Paper presented at 4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, United Kingdom.
Duckworth, Vicky. / Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression. Paper presented at 4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, United Kingdom.
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Duckworth, V 2007, 'Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression' Paper presented at 4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, United Kingdom, 22/06/07 - 24/06/07, .

Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression. / Duckworth, Vicky.

2007. Paper presented at 4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, United Kingdom.

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Duckworth V. Freeing the wheels and moving on: the impact of basic skills on the learners' progression. 2007. Paper presented at 4th Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning Conference, United Kingdom.