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Brokos, M. & Adams, S. (2022, June 8) Achieving academic transformation through faculty communities of practice [Video} Every Learner Everywhere and ASU Remote Faculty Summit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xs2E6Z8viOU&list=PLc9-1gBe1Xr_KX_6fu5NFtHi6IslxP3I3&index=3
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