Publications
List of publications in refereed journals, monographs and book chapters

Serradell-López, Enric

Personal Information

Position: Team Members Serradell-López, Enric
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Location: Barcelona
Description:

Professor and researcher at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). He holds a PhD in Economics from Barcelona University and is currently a member of the research team of the UOC Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3). His research is concerned with the application of new technologies to business and education.

Publications

Hernández-Lara, A. B., Serradell-López, E. & Fitó-Bertran, À. (2019). Students’ perception of the impact of competences on learning: An analysis with business simulations. Computers in Human Behavior, 101, 311-319. [More]  [DOI]  Students’ perception of the impact of competences on learning: An analysis with business simulations
Ferreras-García, R., Hernández-Lara, A. B. & Serradell-López, E. (2019). Entrepreneurial competences in a higher education business plan course. Education + Training, 61(7/8), 850-869. [More]  [DOI]  Entrepreneurial competences in a higher education business plan course
Hernández-Lara, A. B., Perera-Lluna, A. & Serradell-López, E. (2019). Applying learning analytics to students’ interaction in business simulation games. The usefulness of learning analytics to know what students really learn. Computers in Human Behavior, 92, 600-612. [More]  [DOI]  Applying learning analytics to students’ interaction in business simulation games. The usefulness of learning analytics to know what students really learn
Hernández-Lara, A. B. & Serradell-López, E. (2018). Student interactions in online discussion forums: Their perception on learning with business simulation games. Behaviour & Information Technology, 37(4), 419-429. [More]  [DOI]  Student interactions in online discussion forums: Their perception on learning with business simulation games
Hernández-Lara, A. B., Serradell-López, E. & Fitó-Bertran, À. (2018). Do business games foster skills? A cross-cultural study from learners' views. Intangible Capital, 14(2), 315-331. [More]  [DOI]  Do business games foster skills? A cross-cultural study from learners' views