Esperienza, cooperazione, emozioni. Tecnologie per una formazione human-centered

Journal title FOR - Rivista per la formazione
Author/s Nicola Lettieri, Valentina Punzo, Maria Di Saverio
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2021/1 Language Italian
Pages 7 P. 8-14 File size 583 KB
DOI 10.3280/FOR2021-001002
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Nicola Lettieri, Valentina Punzo, Maria Di Saverio, Esperienza, cooperazione, emozioni. Tecnologie per una formazione human-centered in "FOR - Rivista per la formazione" 1/2021, pp 8-14, DOI: 10.3280/FOR2021-001002