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Digital Wellbeing Educators: A compendium of best practices

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Digital Wellbeing Educators : A compendium of best practices. / Royo, Carme; Sicilia, Miguel Angel; Sime, Julie-Ann; Themelis, Chryssa.

2019. Abstract from 51st EUCEN Conference University Lifelong Learning to Live a Better Life, Aveiro, Portugal.

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Royo, C, Sicilia, MA, Sime, J-A & Themelis, C 2019, 'Digital Wellbeing Educators: A compendium of best practices', 51st EUCEN Conference University Lifelong Learning to Live a Better Life, Aveiro, Portugal, 5/06/19 - 7/06/19. <http://eucen2019.web.ua.pt/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Aveiro19_ROYO_strand1.pdf>

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Royo, C., Sicilia, M. A., Sime, J-A., & Themelis, C. (2019). Digital Wellbeing Educators: A compendium of best practices. Abstract from 51st EUCEN Conference University Lifelong Learning to Live a Better Life, Aveiro, Portugal. http://eucen2019.web.ua.pt/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Aveiro19_ROYO_strand1.pdf

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Royo C, Sicilia MA, Sime J-A, Themelis C. Digital Wellbeing Educators: A compendium of best practices. 2019. Abstract from 51st EUCEN Conference University Lifelong Learning to Live a Better Life, Aveiro, Portugal.

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Royo, Carme ; Sicilia, Miguel Angel ; Sime, Julie-Ann ; Themelis, Chryssa. / Digital Wellbeing Educators : A compendium of best practices. Abstract from 51st EUCEN Conference University Lifelong Learning to Live a Better Life, Aveiro, Portugal.1 p.

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