What is nature of distribution in the digital age
AbstractWhat is nature of distribution in the digital age
Sheila MacNeill is a Senior Lecturer in Blended Learning within the Centre for Learning Enhancement and Academic Development at Glasgow Caledonian University. Sheila.MacNeill@gcu.ac.uk
Bill Johnston is an Honorary Research Fellow, in the Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of Strathclyde. firstname.lastname@example.org
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