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A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et... / Phil Newton, Michael Gravenor

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title A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
spellingShingle A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
Phil, Newton
Michael, Gravenor
title_short A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
title_full A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
title_fullStr A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
title_full_unstemmed A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
title_sort A higher percentage of Higher Education Academy (HEA) qualifications among universities’ staff does not appear to be positively associated with higher ratings of student satisfaction.A Letter of Concern in response to Nurunnabi et al MethodsX 6 (2019) 788–799
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