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What are Web 2.0 Competences and Why are They Important? – A Proposal to Enrich ePortfolio Standards

Hedia Mhiri Sellami

Date of publication: 18.06.2015

Tags: ePortfolio, web 2.0, learner, competency, artifact


The StartUP Project – A New OER Gateway to Entrepreneurship in Europe

Marta Lezzerini, Carolyn Usher

Date of publication: 18.06.2015



Examining Collective Authorship in Collaborative Writing Tasks through Digital Storytelling

Ana Sevilla-Pavón

Date of publication: 10.06.2015

Tags: Collaboration, collective authorship, digital storytelling, EFL, ICT, Web 2.0


Perceived Effectiveness of Weekly Announcements in Provision of Learning Support to Sociology Students

Sadia Jabeen

Date of publication: 26.02.2015

Tags: Students support services, Weekly Announcements, perceived effectiveness, e-learning


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