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- Approaches to Interactive
Video Anchors in Problem-Based Science Learning January 2008 by David
Devraj Kumar, Ed.D., Flordia Atlantic University USA
- Wikis, Blogs, RSS and Podcasting January 2006 by Burks Oakley II, University of Illinois USA
- Cognition, Affect and Learning August 2005 by Barry Kort, Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
- Defining and Teaching Engineering Ethics October 2004 by Billy V. Koen, The University of Texas Austin USA
- Ever Think About Becoming a Book Author? June 2004 by David Fogel, Natural Selection, Inc.; Board Member, IEEE Press
- Getting Published in the IEEE Transactions on Education May 2004 by Ted Batchman, University of Nevada Reno USA
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