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Home Access - Who Benefits? (Articles/Latest)
...is year bringing with it enormous economies of scale that are permeating across many social and cultural groups, far beyond traditional PCs. Significant trends over the next few years show that gaming …
28 September, 2008
 
Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...p was Jitti Niramitranon who has been developing a mobile learning system based around the SRI developed GroupScribbles technology:Yinjuan (Peggy) Shao has been working on a mobile blogging system tar …
11 July, 2008
 
The New Apple Core (Articles/Latest)
Former Chairman and President of Sony Europe, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and now Chairman of Handheld Learning gazes into the crystal ball and considers his bet's on the new Apple iPhone.N …
11 July, 2008
 
Derek Robertson - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...ative in Aberdeenshire and the use of Nintendogs was the availability of mentors from within the learner group themselves. These were, as a consequence of agreement between the learners, called “Top D …
23 March, 2008
 
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
At the beginning of 2007 the UK Minister for Schools, Jim Knight, announced an ambitiously named group, “The Home Access Task Force”. With backers including Intel, RM and Dell, its stated objec …
21 December, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2007: And the Winner Is … (Articles/Latest)
...tional Technology at Kent State University, and is a founding member and chair of the Special Interest Group for Handheld Computing (SIGHC) for the International Society for Technology in Education …
20 November, 2007
 
Handheld Learning meets mLearn 2008 (Articles/Latest)
...stimulating pre-conference workshops and the encouraging attendance at the Kaleidoscope special interest group meeting all provided strong and compelling evidence that mobile learning is fast moving f …
26 October, 2007
 
The Steering Committee Speaks (Articles/Latest)
...ing 2007 has been guided by a steering committee that is quite possibly the most vibrant and experienced group to have steered such an event. The result is that the Handheld Learning Conference is now …
17 September, 2007
 
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...n two consecutive mornings. The tightly structured format was designed to stimulate pupil creativity and group work in studio-based GCSE d&t activities. This system is currently being piloted by O …
17 March, 2007
 
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
...nment, particularly in English and Mathematics. At the time of the January 2006 PLASC census the Year 6 groups in Victoria Junior School included 60 pupils in all. NB This figure had increased to 66 …
17 March, 2007
 
mLearn 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
....The USA made several contributions to the proceedings this year including a fascinating presentation on group scribbles using Tablet PCs. Caryl Oliver, Australia, continues to contribute to the …
31 October, 2006
 
Handheld Learning and Individuated Achievement (Articles/Latest)
...Christina Hoff Sommers (2000) to declare that feminized education is harming our young men. Co-operative group work, and extended course work, seems to alienate boys. A gender gap has been added to th …
04 October, 2006
 
Ubiquitous Computing: More than Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...cational Technology at Kent State University, and is a founding member and chair of the Special Interest Group for Handheld Computing (SIGHC) for the International Society for Technology in Education …
28 April, 2006
 
Observing Children’s Mathematical Problem Solving with 21st C Technology (Articles/Latest)
...nattentive in traditional classroom activities.Children almost always worked as mixed-ability friendship groups. When someone asked for a clarificationof rules or suggested another method of solution …
10 March, 2006
 
Adding value through podcasting (Articles/Latest)
...l collaboration, then podcasting offers little as a collaborative tool. The conflict arises as efficient group synchronous communication is central to successful collaboration, however, this is not ea …
03 March, 2006
 
A Clear view and strong signal for mLearning (Articles/Latest)
...it is now a feature in the UK and many other countries and is being explored as a mechanism for reaching groups who are traditionally exclude from traditional models of learning. mLearn 2005 attracted …
14 November, 2005
 
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
....  So, what are we waiting for?Alistair NormanAlistair Norman works for AIMTech which is a research group of Leeds University Business School under the direction of Dr David Allen and Professor T …
03 May, 2005
 
Lightweight gadget with a Heavyweight effect (Articles/Latest)
... format).  Soon after, the syllabi (“specifications” in modern-speak) were downloaded from the exam groups’ sites as “pdf” files, and transferred for reading in PalmAcrobat.  As time went on …
03 May, 2005
 
About Us (Menu)
Handheld Learning is a publishing, research and events organisation. Our focus is on learning and teaching practice enhanced by the use of mobile and ubiquitous technologies.Our vision is that the t …
19 June, 2008
 
Open Source for Handhelds (Web Links / Development Tools)
...are for use on handheld and wearable computers. We welcome participation and sponsorship by individuals, groups and companies seeking to further this goal. …
15 May, 2006
 
 
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