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Longitudinal Analysis of Students' Readiness for b-Learning Courses: Implications for the European Higher Education Area

By Jose Manuel Ortega Egea, Maria Victoria Roman Gonzalez, Pedro Eugenio and Gracia Vitoria

Published: October 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/7916

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Jose Manuel Ortega Egea, Maria Victoria Roman Gonzalez, Pedro Eugenio and Gracia Vitoria (October 1st 2009). Longitudinal Analysis of Students' Readiness for b-Learning Courses: Implications for the European Higher Education Area, Advances in Technology, Education and Development, Wim Kouwenhoven, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/7916. Available from:

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