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Author: John F. (John Fralick) Rockart
Title: An integrated use of available resources (student, professor and technology) in the learning process
Publisher: [Cambridge, M.I.T.
Subject (keywords, tags): Learning; Teaching

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Contributor: MIT Libraries
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Size: 17 kb

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