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Educational Technologies to Support Learning and Teaching: Issues to Consider

Educational Technologies to Support Learning and Teaching: Issues to Consider

Palitha Edirisingha, “Educational Technologies to Support Learning and Teaching: Issues to Consider,” in Higher Education in a Digital Era through Project-Based E-Learning: Contributes of the RESTART4EDU Project, ed. Paulo C. Dias et al., Psicologia 10 (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2023), 41–68,

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  • Educational Technologies to Support Learning and Teaching: Issues to Consider

    Item Type Book Section
    Editor Paulo C. Dias
    Editor Ângela Sá Azevedo
    Editor Íris Oliveira
    Editor Elif Kara
    Editor Onur Ergünay
    Editor Haci Mustafa Dönmez
    Editor Mihai Girtu
    Editor Daniela D. Căprioară
    Author Palitha Edirisingha
    Date 2023
    Language English
    Rights © 2023 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
    Place Braga
    Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
    ISBN 978-972-697-366-9
    Pages 41-68
    Series Psicologia
    Series Number 10
    Book Title Higher Education in a Digital Era through Project-based E-learning: Contributes of the RESTART4EDU Project
    Date Added 7/21/2023, 10:30:28 PM
    Modified 7/21/2023, 10:41:26 PM


    • Educational Design
    • Educational Technologies
    • Pedagogy
    • Project-Based Learning
    • Psychology


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