This is the introductory video for practitioners doing the Learn as a group session by Professor David Shemmings on realistic ways to keep up-to-date with research. David discusses the concept of ‘research-mindedness’ and how this can be combined with a busy workload See the overview of the Learn as a group session and how this video fits in. Find […]
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