• Corpus ID: 60914503

The Quantified Self (QS) Movement and Some Emerging Opportunities for the Educational Technology Field

  title={The Quantified Self (QS) Movement and Some Emerging Opportunities for the Educational Technology Field},
  author={Victor R. Lee},
  journal={Educational Technology archive},
  • Victor R. Lee
  • Published 2013
  • Education
  • Educational Technology archive
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