Providing Business school students with online social networking opportunities during remote learning

Keywords: Business school, ice-breaker activity, interactive quizzes, online learning, online social networking, postgraduate


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How to Cite
O’Dea, X. (2021) “Providing Business school students with online social networking opportunities during remote learning ”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Plymouth, UK, (22). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi22.658.