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Title: NSEC 2018 Conference Proceedings
Presentations and abstracts from the NSEC 2018 National Conference. These are the proceedings from the sixth NSEC national conference held on June 6-8, 2018.
Redd, Kacy; Finkelstein, Noah
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Network of STEM Education Centers National Conference
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National Science Foundation
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