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Influencing work-related learning: the role of job characteristics and self-directed learning orientation in part-time vocational education

Bibliographic reference Raemdonck, Isabel ; Vervecken , Dries ; Gijbels, David. Influencing work-related learning: the role of job characteristics and self-directed learning orientation in part-time vocational education. In: Vocations and Learning, Vol. 3, no.3, p. 239-255 (2010)
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