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Social media for low-skilled adults: new opportunities

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Using social media as a learning platform could be an outreach strategy for low-skilled adults by Maurice De Greef on the European Lifelong Learning Magazine.

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Maurice De Greef
European Lifelong Learning Magazine
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Il-Ħamis, 22 Ottubru, 2015
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