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date: 1 January 2011
Title Improving K-12 homework with computers.
pubLink: http://teacherwiki.assistment.org/wiki/images/7/74/Hw2.pdf
type: Conference Proceedings
author: Singh, R., Saleem, M., Pradhan, P., Heffernan, C., Heffernan, N., Razzaq, L. & Dailey, M.
source: Proceedings from the 2011 Artificial Intelligence in Education Conference, 328-336, Worchester, MA: Springer.
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