4 edition of Increasing college responsiveness found in the catalog.
Increasing college responsiveness
At head of title, PICKUP.
|Statement||Margaret Briggs, Peter A. Moseley.|
|Series||FEU/Pickup project report|
|Contributions||Moseley, Peter A., Great Britain. Further Education Unit., Professional, Industrial and Commercial Updating.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
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