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Disruption in higher education: Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Skiba, Diane J.

PublishedNovember 2012
JournalNursing Education Perspectives
Volume 33, Issue 6, Pages 416 - 417


ISSN1536-5026
RightsCopyright © 2013 National League for Nursing
DOI10.5480/1536-5026-33.6.416
Other informationNursing Education Perspectives
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