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Credibility and Accountability in Academic Discourse: Increasing the Awareness of Ghanaian Graduate Students

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Analysing ESP Texts, but How?

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The Impact of Pedagogical Agent on Learners’ Motivation and Academic Success

conference on e-learning in corporate government healthcare & higher education 2003 (pp. 1507-1510). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. Beale, I., Kato, P., Marin-Bowling, V., Guthrie, N., & Cole, S. (2007). Improvement in cancer-related knowledge following use of a psychoeducational video game for adolescents and young adults with cancer. Journal of Adolescent Health, 41 (3), 263-270. Bickmore, T. W., Pfeifer, L. M., & Orlow, M. K. (2009). Using computer agents to explain medical documents to patients with low health literacy. Patient Education and Counseling, 75 (3

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