The blended professional : Jack of all trades, and master of some?
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Publisher: David Hopkins / CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Within the last decade we have experienced an unprecedented growth in the use of technology in education. The adoption of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) for many universities has been widespread. Granted the speed of which this has been integrated is influenced by... View more
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