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Klaus Thestrup

Connecting

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Connecting. / Thestrup, Klaus; Gislev, Tom; Elving, Pernille.

2019. 1 Abstract fra EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien.

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Harvard

Thestrup, K, Gislev, T & Elving, P 2019, 'Connecting', EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien, 16/10/2019 - 18/10/2019 s. 1. <https://conference.eadtu.eu/>

APA

Thestrup, K., Gislev, T., & Elving, P. (2019). Connecting. 1. Abstract fra EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien. https://conference.eadtu.eu/

CBE

Thestrup K, Gislev T, Elving P. 2019. Connecting. Abstract fra EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien.

MLA

Thestrup, Klaus, Tom Gislev, og Pernille Elving Connecting. EADTU, OOFHEC2019, 16 okt. 2019, Madrid, Spanien, Konferenceabstrakt til konference, 2019. 1 s.

Vancouver

Thestrup K, Gislev T, Elving P. Connecting. 2019. Abstract fra EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien.

Author

Thestrup, Klaus ; Gislev, Tom ; Elving, Pernille. / Connecting. Abstract fra EADTU, OOFHEC2019, Madrid, Spanien.1 s.

Bibtex

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