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Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education: a processual approach to educational development

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Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education : a processual approach to educational development . / Saari, Ulla A.; Mäkinen, Saku J.; Järventausta, Pertti; Vilkko, Matti; Systä, Kari; Kotilainen, Kirsi; Valta, Jussi; Björkqvist, Tomas; Laukkarinen, Teemu.

Sustainability in university campuses: learning, skills building and best practice. toim. / Walter Leal Wilho; Ugo Bardi. Switzerland : Springer International Publishing AG, 2019. s. 353-363 (World Sustainability Series).

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Saari, UA, Mäkinen, SJ, Järventausta, P, Vilkko, M, Systä, K, Kotilainen, K, Valta, J, Björkqvist, T & Laukkarinen, T 2019, Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education: a processual approach to educational development . julkaisussa W Leal Wilho & U Bardi (toim), Sustainability in university campuses: learning, skills building and best practice. World Sustainability Series, Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland, Sivut 353-363, 10/12/18. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15864-4_22

APA

Saari, U. A., Mäkinen, S. J., Järventausta, P., Vilkko, M., Systä, K., Kotilainen, K., ... Laukkarinen, T. (2019). Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education: a processual approach to educational development . teoksessa W. Leal Wilho, & U. Bardi (Toimittajat), Sustainability in university campuses: learning, skills building and best practice (Sivut 353-363). (World Sustainability Series). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15864-4_22

Vancouver

Saari UA, Mäkinen SJ, Järventausta P, Vilkko M, Systä K, Kotilainen K et al. Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education: a processual approach to educational development . julkaisussa Leal Wilho W, Bardi U, toimittajat, Sustainability in university campuses: learning, skills building and best practice. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. 2019. s. 353-363. (World Sustainability Series). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15864-4_22

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Saari, Ulla A. ; Mäkinen, Saku J. ; Järventausta, Pertti ; Vilkko, Matti ; Systä, Kari ; Kotilainen, Kirsi ; Valta, Jussi ; Björkqvist, Tomas ; Laukkarinen, Teemu. / Engaging students in cross-disciplinary research and education : a processual approach to educational development . Sustainability in university campuses: learning, skills building and best practice. Toimittaja / Walter Leal Wilho ; Ugo Bardi. Switzerland : Springer International Publishing AG, 2019. Sivut 353-363 (World Sustainability Series).

Bibtex - Lataa

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