Implementing basic e-learning tools into an undergraduate taxation curriculum

  title={Implementing basic e-learning tools into an undergraduate taxation curriculum},
  author={Thomas van Oordt and Ingrid Mulder},
  journal={Meditari Accountancy Research},
The University of Pretoria, Department of Education Innovation Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant. 

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