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"In dreams begins responsibility" - choice, evidence, and change. Conference Introduction and Abstracts, 16th International Conference, 8-10 September, Manchester, UK

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Topics: T Technology (General), L Education (General)
Publisher: Association for Learning Technology
Year: 2009
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