New Demands from Industry and the Consequences for Communication Courses for Engineering Students

E.T. Woudstra

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    Title of host publicationIn: Educating the whole engineer. The role of Non-technical subjects in Engineering Curricula
    Place of PublicationCracow, Poland
    Pages75-80
    Publication statusPublished - 26 Mar 1996

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    Woudstra, E. T. (1996). New Demands from Industry and the Consequences for Communication Courses for Engineering Students. In In: Educating the whole engineer. The role of Non-technical subjects in Engineering Curricula (pp. 75-80). Cracow, Poland.
    Woudstra, E.T. / New Demands from Industry and the Consequences for Communication Courses for Engineering Students. In: Educating the whole engineer. The role of Non-technical subjects in Engineering Curricula. Cracow, Poland, 1996. pp. 75-80
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