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Reasons why respondents (N = 81) chose to study the module(s) online. The bars present the number (n) of respondents who have chosen the option.

Reasons why respondents (N = 81) chose to study the module(s) online. The bars present the number (n) of respondents who have chosen the option.

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This article analyses the design, implementation, and evaluation of a nation-wide project to create a common digital solution for university teaching staff’s pedagogical training in Finland. During three years, eight universities collaborated in developing an online learning platform called UNIPS, the University Pedagogical Support system. The area...

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... amount of options was not limited and many of the participants had chosen several options. The reasons are presented in Figure 6. The online tools used in the module facilitate learning ...
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... amount of options was not limited and many of the participants had chosen several options. The reasons are presented in Figure 6. The online tools used in the module facilitate learning ...

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