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Theories of learning: models of good practice for evidence-based information skills teaching

Theories of learning: models of good practice for evidence-based information skills teaching

Health Information and Libraries Journal 27(4): 327-331

This feature considers models of teaching and learning and how these can be used to support evidence based practice.

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Accession: 056543994

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PMID: 21050376

DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-1842.2010.00911.x

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