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Using a Personal Development Plan for different purposes: Its influence on undertaking learning activities and job performance

Bibliographic reference Beausaert, Simon ; Segers, Mien ; Gijselaers, Wim. Using a Personal Development Plan for different purposes: Its influence on undertaking learning activities and job performance. In: Vocations and Learning, Vol. 4, no.3, p. 231-252 (2011)
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