Online Learning Task Force, Collaborate to Compete: Insight for Managers

Online Learning Task Force

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Digital Learning, National Forum Publications, Student Success, T&L Practice

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Online Learning Task Force, Collaborate to Compete: Insight for Managers

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Collaborate to Compete: Seizing the Opportunity of Online Learning for UK Higher Education: Report to HEFCE by the Online Learning Task Force (January 2011).

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