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Provided By: Pressbooks
Textbook on teaching online and blended postsecondary courses.

Publisher: Pressbooks
Resource Type: Text - textbook

Media Type: Webpage
Language: English
Subject: Education
Cost: Free
Copyright License: Attribution - Non-Commerical - Share Alike
Education Level: Professional or technical credential, Bachelor's degree, Associate's degree
Intended Audience: Teacher, Learner
Learning Management System Required: No
Recognition Availability: No

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