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Open government, more OER, and the state of news media
Hane, Paula J.

PublishedJune 2009
JournalInformation Today
Pages 7; 9–11
CountryUnited States, North America


Languageeng
URLhttp://www.docstoc.com/docs/43236294/Open-Government-More-OER-and-the-State-of-News-Media
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