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Submitted by Hui Soo Chae on Wed, 2016-10-12 09:47

Students in Gary's class have been working in teams to create online learning experiences on four "borrowed" form of online learning:

- Courses
- Schools
- Workplaces
- Libraries

At today's seminar we will examine the online learning opportunities created by the students in Gary's class.

Team A
(download the attachment from PocketKnowledge and open in Chrome)

Team B
Go here

Team C

Team D