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Virtual workshops using Microsoft Teams. / Roberts, Jenny; Munday, Dale.

100 Ideas for Active Learning. ed. / Paolo Oprandi; Tab Betts. University of Sussex Library, 2022. p. 865-872.

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Roberts, J & Munday, D 2022, Virtual workshops using Microsoft Teams. in P Oprandi & T Betts (eds), 100 Ideas for Active Learning. University of Sussex Library, pp. 865-872. https://doi.org/10.20919/OPXR1032/104

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Roberts, J., & Munday, D. (2022). Virtual workshops using Microsoft Teams. In P. Oprandi, & T. Betts (Eds.), 100 Ideas for Active Learning (pp. 865-872). University of Sussex Library. https://doi.org/10.20919/OPXR1032/104

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Roberts J, Munday D. Virtual workshops using Microsoft Teams. In Oprandi P, Betts T, editors, 100 Ideas for Active Learning. University of Sussex Library. 2022. p. 865-872 doi: 10.20919/OPXR1032/104

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Roberts, Jenny ; Munday, Dale. / Virtual workshops using Microsoft Teams. 100 Ideas for Active Learning. editor / Paolo Oprandi ; Tab Betts. University of Sussex Library, 2022. pp. 865-872

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