Investigating the educational value of social learning networks: a quantitative analysis
Dafoulas, George; Shokri, Azam;
The emergence of Education 2.0 enabled technology-enhanced learning, necessitating new pedagogical approaches, while e-learning has evolved into an instrumental pedagogy of collaboration through affordances of social media. Social learning networks and ubiquitous learni... View more
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