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The intent of each issue of PPLT is to include reviews of books authored by the conference keynote speakers, and other books relevant to teaching and learning in higher education.
The conference offers an opportunity for faculty, students, academic librarians and staff at the University of Calgary and the wider academic community to share, critically examine and build on our collective knowledge of teaching and learning.
Scholars are invited to review recent books written by the featured keynote speakers, or other books that pertain directly to the conference theme in learning and teaching in higher education.
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