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Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes

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Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. / Fristrup, Tine.

Implementing heritage learning outcomes. red. / Dimitra Christidou. Östersund : Jamtli Forlag, 2014. s. 83-105 (Fornvårdaren; Nr. 37).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til rapportForskning

Harvard

Fristrup, T 2014, Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. i D Christidou (red.), Implementing heritage learning outcomes. Jamtli Forlag, Östersund, Fornvårdaren, nr. 37, s. 83-105. <http://nckultur.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/HLO_Final.pdf>

APA

Fristrup, T. (2014). Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. I D. Christidou (red.), Implementing heritage learning outcomes (s. 83-105). Jamtli Forlag. Fornvårdaren, Nr. 37 http://nckultur.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/HLO_Final.pdf

CBE

Fristrup T. 2014. Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. Christidou D, red. I Implementing heritage learning outcomes. Östersund: Jamtli Forlag. s. 83-105. (Fornvårdaren; Nr. 37).

MLA

Fristrup, Tine "Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes". Christidou, Dimitra (redaktører). Implementing heritage learning outcomes. Östersund: Jamtli Forlag. (Fornvårdaren; Journal nr. 37). 2014, 83-105.

Vancouver

Fristrup T. Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. I Christidou D, red., Implementing heritage learning outcomes. Östersund: Jamtli Forlag. 2014. s. 83-105. (Fornvårdaren; Nr. 37).

Author

Fristrup, Tine. / Performing Implementing Heritage Learning Outcomes. Implementing heritage learning outcomes. red. / Dimitra Christidou. Östersund : Jamtli Forlag, 2014. s. 83-105 (Fornvårdaren; Nr. 37).

Bibtex

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