Edul@b participation in the Research Workshop EDENRW9
This year the main objective of the Research Workshop has been forging new pathways of research and innovation in open and distance learning.
The Conference programme has included plenaries, parallel sessions with paper presentations, workshops, poster and synergy sessions.
Precisely, the Edul@b researcher Albert Sangrà and the Edul@b PhD student Nicole Christen have presented the poster based on the thesis in which Nicole Christen is currently working, named Supporting the Capacity Development of Canadian Entrepreneurial Mothers Through an Exploration Ecologies of Their Digital Learning.
You can consult the full program of the event here.