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What is open pedagogy?
Wiley, David

PublishedOctober 2013
Type of workblog post
PeriodicalEdition October 21, 2013, Volume 2016
Publisheriterating toward openness


Other number2016-10-27
RefereedDoes not apply
Rightsby/4.0
URLhttp://opencontent.org/blog/archives/2975
Access date2016-10-27
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