Review of IADIS e-learning conference 2009

Gurmit Singh
Published Online: Dec 15, 2009
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Biographical statement

Gurmit Singh, M.Ed, is the Professional Development and Education
Programmes Coordinator at the International AIDS Society, Geneva,
Switzerland. His research on online mentoring for scientific writing
won the Best Paper Award at the IADIS e-learning conference 2009.

Email: Gurmit.sidhu@gmail.com


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