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Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies

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Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies
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Publisher: EDUCAUSE
ISBN/ASIN: 1933046007
ISBN-13: 9781933046006
Number of pages: 400

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Institutions are finding new ways of achieving higher education's mission without being crippled by constraints or overpowered by greater expectations. Find out who is changing the game and what we can learn from their different approaches in this book.

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