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Advances in education: from the Egyptian papyrus roll to signature pedagogies of the digital era

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Sergei Abramovich corresponding author

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Abramovich, S. (2019). Advances in education: from the Egyptian papyrus roll to signature pedagogies of the digital era. Advances in Educational Research and Evaluation, 1(1), 1-5.


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