Critical pedagogy and open data for educating towards social cohesion

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Annalisa Manca
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5494-4267
Javiera Atenas
Chiara Ciociola
Fabio Nascimbeni

Abstract

Reflections on the affordances of Open Data as Open Educational Resources for education towards social cohesion within a critical pedagogy discourse.

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