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The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning: the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project

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The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning : the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project. / Bonamy, Joel; Charlier, Bernadette; Saunders, Murray.

Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Networked Learning. 2004. p. 733-745.

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Bonamy, J, Charlier, B & Saunders, M 2004, The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning: the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project. in Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Networked Learning. pp. 733-745, 4th International Conference on Networked learning., Lancaster, 1/01/00. <http://www.networkedlearningconference.org.uk/past/nlc2004/proceedings/individual_papers/bonamy_et_al.htm>

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Bonamy J, Charlier B, Saunders M. The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning: the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Networked Learning. 2004. p. 733-745

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Bonamy, Joel ; Charlier, Bernadette ; Saunders, Murray. / The evaluative research of complex projects in e-learning : the case of the 'EQUEL' (e-quality in e-learning) project. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Networked Learning. 2004. pp. 733-745

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