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#qskills – Is it better to create your own materials or use existing materials?

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Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: Is it better to create your own materials or use existing materials?

Colin Ward responds.

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Look out for more responses by the Q authors in the coming weeks, or check out the answers that we’ve posted already in our Questions for Q authors playlist.

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