E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany

Wegner C, Homann W, Strehlke F, Borgmann A (2014)
educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education 54(1): 35-37.

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Wegner C, Homann W, Strehlke F, Borgmann A. E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education. 2014;54(1):35-37.
Wegner, C., Homann, W., Strehlke, F., & Borgmann, A. (2014). E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education, 54(1), 35-37.
Wegner, C., Homann, W., Strehlke, F., and Borgmann, A. (2014). E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education 54, 35-37.
Wegner, C., et al., 2014. E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education, 54(1), p 35-37.
C. Wegner, et al., “E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany”, educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education, vol. 54, 2014, pp. 35-37.
Wegner, C., Homann, W., Strehlke, F., Borgmann, A.: E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education. 54, 35-37 (2014).
Wegner, Claas, Homann, Wiebke, Strehlke, Friederike, and Borgmann, Annika. “E-Learning and the Use of New Technologies in the ´Kolumbus-Kids` Project in Germany”. educational technology - the magazine for managers of change in education 54.1 (2014): 35-37.
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