The Development Equation/Bibliographic Sources and Presentations

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Learning and Knowledge in the 21st Century : The Development Equation
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  • Willinksy, John. 2006. The Access Principle. MIT, Cambridge Press.
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  • Willinksy, John. 2006. The Access Principle. MIT, Cambridge Press.
  • Delanty, G. (2001): Challenging Knowledge. The University in the Knowledge Society, Buckingham, The Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press.
  • Willinksy, John. 2006. The Access Principle. MIT, Cambridge Press.


Prof. M. Diack panel presentation

Open Sesame Panel: Open Software and Open Resources—Does it help Higher Education
14th Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning
Orlando Florida, Nov -5-7, 2008
The Development Equation