Estou terminando meu capítulo “Facebook and Blackboard as Learning Management Systems: case study”, que comporá o livro An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, que será publicado pela Routledge (mas previsão apenas em 2014).
Para vocês se divertirem, a bibliografia (APA style):
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