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A Method Combining Deductive and Inductive Principles to Define Work-Related Digital Media Literacy Competences

Bibliographic reference Ligurgo, Valèria ; Philippette, Thibault ; Fastrez, Pierre ; Collard, Anne-Sophie ; Jacques, Jerry. A Method Combining Deductive and Inductive Principles to Define Work-Related Digital Media Literacy Competences. In: Kurbanoğlu S., Boustany J., Špiranec S., Grassian E., Mizrachi D., Roy L. (eds), Information Literacy in the Workplace, Springer International Publishing  2018, p.245-254
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