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Acknowledgment

This resource on case studies was made possible by the ITET02 Fellowship from the Pro Vice Chancellor of Education, Professor Adrian Lee.

This resource was prepared by Pam Mort (The Learning Centre), Jean Cross (School of Safety Science) and Tracey Lee Downey (The Learning Centre), July 2002. Many thanks also to staff in the Educational Development and Technology Centre for assisting in the development of this resource.

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