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Challenges and opportunities for the Open Education movement: A Connexions case study
Baraniuk, Richard G. · Iiyoshi, Toru [secondary] · Kumar, M. S. V. [secondary]

PublishedOctober 2008
SeriesOpening Up Education The Collective Advancement of Education through Open Technology Open Content and Open Knowledge
Pages 229–246
PublisherMIT Press
Languageen
ISBN978-0-262-03371-8
Rightsby-nc-nd/3.0
URLhttp://mitpress.mit.edu/books/chapters/0262033712pref1.pdf
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