The many manifestations of successful partnership




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Cook-Sather, A., Slates, S., Allen, M. ., Baskaran, R. ., Crombie, P. ., Derounian, J. . G. ., Dianati, S. ., Dudson, M. ., Grayson, D. ., Haroon, M. A. ., Fraser, C. ., Jardine, H. ., Millmore, A. ., Milton, E. ., Mori, Y., Morgan, A. ., Pereira, J. V.-B. ., Salman, M., Scharff, L., Storey, J. ., Sum, K., & Tisdell, C. . C. (2021). The many manifestations of successful partnership . International Journal for Students As Partners, 5(2), 221–232.



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