Subject: ICT; learning; educational environment; university pedagogy
This exploratory paper focuses on applying information and communication technologies (ICT) in educational settings, particularly in higher education. Based on qualitative data studying four courses in detail, the article starts by discussing educators’ expectations ass... View more
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