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Teaching Academic Writing in European Higher Education (Studies in Writing)

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Higher & further education, Writing skills, Teaching Methods & Materials - General, Higher, Academic writing, Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy, Study and teaching (Higher), Education, Europe, Research, Rhetoric, Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Ge
ContributionsLennart Björk (Editor), Gerd Bräuer (Editor), L. Rienecker (Editor), Peter Stray Jörgensen (Editor)
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Open LibraryOL8370517M
ISBN 10140201208X
ISBN 139781402012082

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DAVID R. RUSSELL English Department of Iowa State University, U. I was fortunate to attend, as a visitor from the U. S., the first European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW) conference in at Groningen.

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