Vol. 1 No. 3 (2017): Advances in Research on Social Networking in Open and Distributed Learning

Advances in Research on Social Networking in Open and Distributed Learning

Kevin Stranack
Simon Fraser University

Published 2018-04-12


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How to Cite

Stranack, K. “Advances in Research on Social Networking in Open and Distributed Learning”. Classic: An OJS Theme Demo, vol. 1, no. 3, Apr. 2018, https://demo.publicknowledgeproject.org/ojs3/demo/index.php/classic/article/view/814.


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