|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Newspaper/Magazine Articles|
|Title:||At last we're redefining the duck billed platypus|
|Other Titles:||Research in further education|
|Citation:||Husband G (2018) At last we're redefining the duck billed platypus [Research in further education]. Times Educational Supplement. 13.07.2018. https://www.tes.com/magazine/article/last-were-redefining-duck-billed-platypus|
|Abstract:||For too long, FE has proved a difficult animal to classify – defined more by what it isn’t, rather than what it is. But the sector is starting to find its own identity, helped by the growth of its own homegrown research, writes Gary Husband.|
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