A book review of Khan, K., Gurbutt, D. and Cragg, R. (2022) Changes in the higher education sector: contemporary drivers and the pursuit of excellence. London: Anthem Press.
Keywords:Advance HE, educational theory, teaching excellence, teaching excellence framework, student-centred
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