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Bring your own device to university. An experience of storytelling with mobile devices


An experience in digital storytelling carried out at university and based on the BYOD approach.


byod; storytelling; Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Invisible Technology; Field Experience column

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