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Contextualising content across communities: using social tools to share learning

PublishedDecember 2008
ConferenceNational Digital Learning Repository of Ireland (NDLR) 2nd Symposium, 2 December 2008


Published atUniversity College, Dublin
Languageen
URLhttp://oro.open.ac.uk/26784/
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