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Open recognition and its enemies (2) — No informal learning without informal recognition
Ravet, Serge

PublishedJuly 2017
PeriodicalEdition July 26, 2017, Volume 2017, Pages This blog is about learning, technologies and identities. Competencies and Quality are other issues I like to address from time
PublisherLearning Futures: Reflections on Learning, Technologies, Identities and Trust
CountryFrance, Europe


Other numberSeptember 26, 2017
RefereedDoes not apply
URLhttp://www.learningfutures.eu/2017/07/open-recognition-and-its-enemies-2-no-informal-learning-without-informal-recognition/
Access dateSeptember 26, 2017
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