The cloudscape Book: Designing for learning in an open world is a favourite of the following people

Jacqueline Batchelor

University of Johannesburg

David Longman

University of Wales Newport

Nick Freear

The Open University

Patrícia Scherer Bassani

Universidade Feevale

Yishay Mor

consultant

Maria Berman

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