Czy peer collaboration może stać się obszarem do swobodnego rozwoju naukowego?

  • Ilona Złoch Uniwersytet Gdański
Słowa kluczowe: peer collaboration, peer tutoring, rozwój naukowy

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2021-07-07
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Złoch, I. (2021). Czy peer collaboration może stać się obszarem do swobodnego rozwoju naukowego?. Tutoring Gedanensis, 6(1), 58-64. https://doi.org/10.26881/tutg.2021.1.07
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