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Sustaining A Community Computing Infrastructure For Online Teacher Professional Development: A Case Study Of Designing Tapped In

Community computing has recently grown to become a major research area in human-computer interaction. One of the objectives of community computing is to support computer supported cooperative work among distributed...

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The Many Challenges Of Designing And Teaching Nanoscience

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