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‘Women on a Wiki’: Social Constructivist Analysis of the Effectiveness of Online Collaborative Spaces for Reflective Learning in Women‘s Health Studies

By Julie‐Anne Carroll, Mangalam Sankupellay, Michelle Cornford and Najmah Bahir

Submitted: June 27th 2016Reviewed: August 22nd 2016Published: December 14th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/65298

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Julie‐Anne Carroll, Mangalam Sankupellay, Michelle Cornford and Najmah Bahir (December 14th 2016). ‘Women on a Wiki’: Social Constructivist Analysis of the Effectiveness of Online Collaborative Spaces for Reflective Learning in Women‘s Health Studies, Virtual Learning Dragan Cvetković, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/65298. Available from:

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