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|Student Number |32065721 |
|Surname |McDonald |
|Given name |Suzanne |
|Email |s_mac146@live.com |
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|Unit Code |SSK12 |
|Unit name |Introduction to University Learning |
|Date |22 September 2012 |
|Assignment name |Learning Log A |
|Tutor |Greg Brotherson |

|Student’s Declaration: |
|Except where indicated, the work I am submitting in this assignment is my own work and has not been submitted for assessment in another |
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