The application of innovative teaching tecniques as a good policy to reduce the attrition rate at university

  1. Inglada Pérez, Lucía
  2. Soto Sainz, Oliver
  3. Tovar Caro, Edmundo
Revista de Evaluación de Programas y Políticas Públicas

ISSN: 2340-8464

Year of publication: 2013

Issue: 1

Pages: 117-132

Type: Article

DOI: 10.5944/REPPP.1.2013.10781 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_opene-spacio editor

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