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1 Comment

  1. Jon Jon
    October 14, 2010    

    Hi Terry,

    Great article. At OpenStudy, we are studying the ways students learn online best. Whether it is individually self paced, structured in groups, if groups, then what’s the perfect size etc.

    I came across this study which has been very helpful. I would love to hear any of your thoughts.



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