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Teaching political science with a mooc: analysing the supply side and the demand side

Bibliographic reference Baudewyns, Pierre ; Cogels, Maximilien ; Dandache, Sophie ; Hamonic, Ella ; Legrand, Vincent ; et. al. Teaching political science with a mooc: analysing the supply side and the demand side. In: European Political Science, Vol. 00, no.00, p. 00 (2017)
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