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Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise.

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Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise. / Parchoma, Gale.

Facilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning. ed. / A. Wong. Beijing : China Agricultural Press, 2005. p. 30-36.

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Harvard

Parchoma, G 2005, Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise. in A Wong (ed.), Facilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning. China Agricultural Press, Beijing, pp. 30-36.

APA

Parchoma, G. (2005). Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise. In A. Wong (Ed.), Facilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning (pp. 30-36). China Agricultural Press.

Vancouver

Parchoma G. Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise. In Wong A, editor, Facilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning. Beijing: China Agricultural Press. 2005. p. 30-36

Author

Parchoma, Gale. / Collaborative instructional design, development, and evaluation of a computer-based module for a veterinary medical exercise. Facilitating access and flexibility in learning: An anthology of Chinese-Canadian case studies and glossary in open and distance learning. editor / A. Wong. Beijing : China Agricultural Press, 2005. pp. 30-36

Bibtex

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