Brazilian student Ketia Kellen wins a prize for her research in online education

The PhD student, Ketia Kellen Araújo da Silva, from Brazil, who completed a doctoral stage with the EduL@b research group in 2017 under the tutelage of Teresa Romeu with the aim of deepening the studies in relation to the subject of Digital Competences, received the 2nd place in the ABED Prize for Research and Innovation 2018 of Brazil in the Scientific Research category.

The work “ Modelo de Competencias Digitales para Alumnos de la Educación a Distancia: MCOMPDIGEAD ” was the result of her thesis and had the collaboration of professors Montse Guitert and Teresa Romeu of the Edul@b research group.

Information about the result can be found at the following link.

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