DigiTextual Publishing: Works Cited

Works Cited

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Fogleman, Jay, Mona Anne Niedbala, and Francesca Bedell. “Writing and Publishing in a Blended Learning Environment to Develop Students’ Scholarly Digital Ethos.” Behavioral Social Sciences Librarian 32.2 (2013): 71-85. Print.

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