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Katerina Bohle Carbonell

  • MSc
  • Postdoctoral fellow
  • National University of Ireland Galway
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Recent publications

  • From Envisioning to Managing Educational Development and Organizational Innovation

    • Bohle-Carbonell K
    • Dailey-Hebert A
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  • Essential knowledge for academic performance: Educating in the virtual world to promote active learning

    • Noteborn G
    • Dailey-Hebert A
    • Carbonell K
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Professional experience

Postdoctoral fellow

National University of Ireland, Galway

September 2018 - Present

researcher

Maastricht University

May 2010 - Present

PhD candidate

Maastricht University

May 2011 - September 2016(5 years)

Education

PhD

Maastricht University

May 2012 - August 2016(4 years)

MSc management of learning: strategic learning in a knoweldge economy

Maastricht University

September 2007 - August 2009(2 years)

BSc International Business

Maastricht University

September 2004 - August 2007(3 years)

About

Katerina Bohle Carbonell obtained her master degree in Management of Learning in 2009 from Maastricht University (cum Laude). While working on her master thesis she was involved in a quality assessment project regarding the training and support given to PhDs throughout the University. In addition, she taught several bachelor courses. In May 2010 she joined the Department of Educational Research and Development as a junior researcher. She is part of the e-learning team and focuses on the development of evaluation tools for online courses and programs. Next to this she is also responsible of building online courses and consulting staff on this issue. Her research interest is team learning and how the communication process influences the development of teams and their functioning

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