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Articulations on form properties and action-function couplings of maker technologies in children’s education

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Articulations on form properties and action-function couplings of maker technologies in children’s education. / Christensen, Kasper Skov; Iversen, Ole Sejer.

In: Entertainment Computing, Vol. 18, No. Januar 2017, 2016, p. 41-54.

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Christensen, Kasper Skov ; Iversen, Ole Sejer. / Articulations on form properties and action-function couplings of maker technologies in children’s education. In: Entertainment Computing. 2016 ; Vol. 18, No. Januar 2017. pp. 41-54.

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