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ALT-C 2011 Proceedings Papers: 0151 The Development of a Rich Multimedia Training Environment for Crisis Management: Using Emotional Affect to Enhance Learning.

By Liz Bacon, Gill Windall and Lachlan MacKinnon
Topics: L Education (General), T Technology (General)
OAI identifier: oai:generic.eprints.org:2174/core5

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