EDUCAUSE

= EDUCAUSE.
Ex. The author explains the origin of EDUCAUSE in 1998, born out of the merger of 2 US organizations, EDUCOM and CAUSE, concerned with computer systems in higher education.
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= EDUCAUSE.

Ex: The author explains the origin of EDUCAUSE in 1998, born out of the merger of 2 US organizations, EDUCOM and CAUSE, concerned with computer systems in higher education.


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