Enhancing career practitioners’ competence in the use of ICT
Kettunen, J., Vuorinen, R., Lerkkanen, J., & Kananen, P. (2018). Enhancing career practitioners’ competence in the use of ICT. In G. Ubachs, & L. Konings (Eds.), The Envisioning Report for Empowering Universities : 2nd edition (pp. 59-61). European Association of Distance Teaching Universities. http://empower.eadtu.eu/images/report/The_Envisioning_Report_for_Empowering_Universities_2nd_edition_2018.pdf
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