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Challenges for Education in a Connected World: Digital Learning, Data Rich Environments, and Computer-Based Assessment—Introduction to the Inaugural Special Issue of Technology, Knowledge and Learning

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Ifenthaler, D., Adcock, A.B., Erlandson, B.E. et al. Challenges for Education in a Connected World: Digital Learning, Data Rich Environments, and Computer-Based Assessment—Introduction to the Inaugural Special Issue of Technology, Knowledge and Learning . Tech Know Learn 19, 121–126 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10758-014-9228-2

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  • Learning Analytic
  • Original Research Article
  • Digital Learning
  • Educational Data
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