Scientific Research and Dissemination

Carlos Miguel Ferreira
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    This Book Chapter is a republication of Ferreira, C. M., Santos, A. I., & Serpa, S. (2018). Electronic slideshow presentations in the higher education teaching and learning process. Journal of Education and Training Studies. 6(2), 120-124.
Scientific Research and Dissemination