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This page is where I say "thanks" to those who have contributed to the development of the course.

Individuals who have made significant contributions to the course

  • Stephen Downes has given very detailed and excellent feedback on many of the modules, which feedback I have happily incorporated.

Other individuals who helped

  • Kim Pyfer provided great general feedback on the course
  • Shelley Hensen found the first bad link and provided other feedback
  • Deonne Dawson sniffed out bad links in an old article of mine (how embarassing...) referenced in the readings

Related courses which significantly influenced this course

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