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Designing an MOOC as an agent-platform aggregating heterogeneous virtual learning environments

Bibliographic reference Wautelet, Yves ; Heng, Samedi ; Kolp, Manuel ; Penserini, Loris ; Poelmans, Stephan. Designing an MOOC as an agent-platform aggregating heterogeneous virtual learning environments. In: BEHAVIOUR & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, Vol. 35, no.11, p. 980-997 (26 Oct 2016)
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