Overcoming fragmentation in the TEL field: the case of Theme Teams

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Francesca Pozzi
Rosa Maria Bottino
Donatella Persico


This paper analyses the case of Theme Teams, one of the tools that the STELLAR Network of Excellence has adopted to meet the objectives of overcoming fragmentation in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) and defining a road map for future TEL research.

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