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Cookies used on the website Observ@COMDID
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The Observ@COMDID project (RTI2018-096815-B-I00) follows the ethical guidelines for educational research of the British Association for Educational Research (BERA) of 2018. Based on this framework, different responsibilities related to the and project participants, research community and team, grant institutions, research publication and dissemination. These responsibilities can be read in the following link.