Developing key skills at Strathclyde business school through the integrative core

V. Belton, B. Johnson, L.A. Walls, C. Hockings (Editor), I. Moore (Editor)

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Abstract

The case studies in this latest SEDA publication show how university teachers in UK Business Schools have responded to the challenge of enhancing the quality of student learning. Compiled by the editors as a source of tried and tested ideas that might help other business and management lecturers make changes to their teaching, the cases provide sufficient operational details to help colleagues adopt or adapt them to suit their own teaching situations. The paper is also directed at Staff and Educational Developers and at those responsible for promoting innovation and quality in teaching and learning.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovations in Teaching Business and Management
Pages75-86
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Belton, V., Johnson, B., Walls, L. A., Hockings, C. (Ed.), & Moore, I. (Ed.) (2001). Developing key skills at Strathclyde business school through the integrative core. In Innovations in Teaching Business and Management (pp. 75-86)
Belton, V. ; Johnson, B. ; Walls, L.A. ; Hockings, C. (Editor) ; Moore, I. (Editor). / Developing key skills at Strathclyde business school through the integrative core. Innovations in Teaching Business and Management. 2001. pp. 75-86
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Innovations in Teaching Business and Management. 2001. p. 75-86.

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Belton V, Johnson B, Walls LA, Hockings C, (ed.), Moore I, (ed.). Developing key skills at Strathclyde business school through the integrative core. In Innovations in Teaching Business and Management. 2001. p. 75-86