Mixing work and play

Bedford, Linda
July 1997
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug97, Issue 6, p22
Academic Journal
Reports on the participation of Royal Holloway College's Education Team in the 1997 National Student Workshop. Recommendation of the event to fellow students; Participation of delegates in a quiz night with their tutors; Topics of discussion in modules.


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