The Mother Board: a case study of icts' potential to enhance asylum seekers integration through empowerment, self-esteem and confidence, community building, independence and right to decide one's own learning future Abstract



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Arnedillo Sánchez, I. (2003). The Mother Board: A Case Study of ICT's Potential to Enhance Asylum Seekers Integration Through Empowerment, Self-esteem, Community Building, And Right to Decide One's Own Learning Future. In IAIE (International Association for Intercultural Education)/Galway Education Centre, Equity in the Learning Process: A Manual of Case Studies (pp. 36-41). Galway: Galway Education Centre.

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