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The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community.

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The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community. / Sime, J. A.; Kemp, B.; O'Donoghue, M.; Shaw, M.

Networked Learning. Lancaster University and University of Sheffield, 2004.

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Harvard

Sime, JA, Kemp, B, O'Donoghue, M & Shaw, M 2004, The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community. in Networked Learning. Lancaster University and University of Sheffield.

APA

Sime, J. A., Kemp, B., O'Donoghue, M., & Shaw, M. (2004). The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community. In Networked Learning Lancaster University and University of Sheffield.

Vancouver

Sime JA, Kemp B, O'Donoghue M, Shaw M. The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community. In Networked Learning. Lancaster University and University of Sheffield. 2004

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Sime, J. A. ; Kemp, B. ; O'Donoghue, M. ; Shaw, M. / The Migration and Growth of a Scientific Learning Community. Networked Learning. Lancaster University and University of Sheffield, 2004.

Bibtex

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RIS

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