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Winter 2005: How We Learn: Implications for Carleton Education

Collaborative and Collective Learning: Triads, Dyads, Linked Courses, etc.

Created 1 February 2005; Published 11 December 2008

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Elizabeth Ciner, Associate Dean of the College; Kirk Jeffrey, Professor of History; Carol Rutz, Director of the College Writing Program, Lecturer in English;and Susan Singer, Professor of Biology

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