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|APA||(2013). Interactive Whiteboard factor in Education: Students’ points of view and their problems. Educational Research and Reviews, 8(20), 1907-1915.|
|Chicago||Tufan Aytaç . "Interactive Whiteboard factor in Education: Students’ points of view and their problems." Educational Research and Reviews 8, no. 20 (2013): 1907-1915.|
|MLA||Tufan Aytaç . "Interactive Whiteboard factor in Education: Students’ points of view and their problems." Educational Research and Reviews 8.20 (2013): 1907-1915.|