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06 August 2006

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» A Good Visual Analysis of the Blackboard Patent Claims from eLiterate
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» Le brevet de Blackboard, en français from perspective
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» Education from Education
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» Educational Patents, Open Access Journals, and Clashing Values from Disruptive Library Technology Jester
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