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Connexions Tutorial and Reference

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Course by: Brent Hendricks, Adan Galvan. E-mail the authors

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Summary: Tutorial and reference materials for getting started with Connexions

Institution: The Connexions Project

This collection contains: Modules by: Adan Galvan, Brent Hendricks, Charlet Reedstrom, Chuck Bearden, Connexions, Elizabeth Bartmess, Mark Husband, Max Starkenburg, Ricardo Radaelli-Sanchez, Sarah Coppin.

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