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Mike Sharples - Hero Innovator (Articles/Latest)
...rrently Professor of Learning Sciences and Director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI) at the University of Nottingham. On my visit to their extensive facilities I must confess to feel …
11 July, 2008
 
Back and Forward (Articles/Latest)
...0 technologies it will, however, take a while for these sort of services to find their way into the school or university systems while ICT mavens maintain their empires by building ever more complex s …
21 December, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2007: And the Winner Is … (Articles/Latest)
...Ph.D., is a researcher and tech specialist for the Research Center for Educational Technology at Kent State University, and is a founding member and chair of the Special Interest Group for Handheld …
20 November, 2007
 
Handheld Learning meets mLearn 2008 (Articles/Latest)
...nted at a mobile learning conference was in 2002 at the first mLearn organised by Mike Sharples at Birmingham University and about 50 of us shared a variety of mobile learning experiences and perspect …
26 October, 2007
 
Creative Assessment with Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
...nt in portfolio environments) project at TERU  (Technology Education Research Unit) Based at Goldsmiths University, the project is funded by DfES and QCA in association with Edexcel and AQA awa …
17 March, 2007
 
Handhelds in Feltham - An Evaluation (Articles/Latest)
The Feltham City Learning Centre and Hounslow eLearning asked SENJIT of the Institute of Education, University of London, to undertake an independent evaluation of an experimental project which prov …
17 March, 2007
 
Handheld Learning 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...ad nearly 600 delegates and very few of them were classroom teachers. Instead, there was a healthy mixture of university professors, government representatives, school district decision-makers, and te …
31 October, 2006
 
mLearn 2006 - Review (Articles/Latest)
...ith the DfES, the UK was fully represented at the 5th World Conference on Mobile Learning hosted by Athabasca University and held in Banff, Alberta, Canada where delegates from over 20 countries came …
31 October, 2006
 
Education Beyond the Classroom (Articles/Latest)
Two years ago a colleague and I from Oxford Brookes University wanted to use handheld devices to help novices identify and record wildlife.  We felt the technology would appeal to the younger gen …
23 June, 2006
 
Ubiquitous Computing: More than Handhelds (Articles/Latest)
... in the tech industry, including Bill Gates, have expressed similar concerns. Within this context, Kent State University’s Research Center for Educational Technology has developed a DVD-ROM entitled: …
28 April, 2006
 
What is Handheld? Does size matter? (Articles/Latest)
...logy in Education conference in Tokushima ,Japan, recently was a demonstration of wearable computers from the University of Osaka. Although this was more about fashion than functionality it demonstrat …
28 April, 2006
 
Observing Children’s Mathematical Problem Solving with 21st C Technology (Articles/Latest)
...ein 28 pilot schools.Piaget J 1987 Possibility and Necessity: The Role of Necessity in Cognitive Development. University ofMinnesota Press, Minnesota.About Professor Tom O'Brien Thomas C. O'Brien, on …
10 March, 2006
 
Adding value through podcasting (Articles/Latest)
...a learning technology advisor for the Learning Technology Support Service (http://www.ltss.bris.ac.uk) at the University of Bristol. Part of his responsibility is to maintain the Mobile Learning Blog …
03 March, 2006
 
Dont take the 'P' out of PDAs, a story of cars, houses, breakfast and PDAs (Articles/Latest)
...orld?”JON TRINDERJon Trinder is a Ph.D. student in the Robert Clark Centre for Technological Education at the University of Glasgow, where he is investigating the potential of PDAs in higher education …
14 November, 2005
 
A Clear view and strong signal for mLearning (Articles/Latest)
...er 24 countries and over 60 papers and workshops were presented. The “Godfather” of mlearning, Mike Sharples, University of Nottingham opened proceedings with a brief description of how the mLearn con …
14 November, 2005
 
Handheld Public Services (Articles/Latest)
..., 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 Tom Wilson. …
03 May, 2005
 
BIG CHANGE for $mall ¢hange (Articles/Latest)
...ristics. For 10 years, Cathie was a high school mathematics and computer science teacher before moving to the University of North Texas where she is a professor in the Department of Technology and Cog …
03 May, 2005
 
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...nces gained at home with their own technology is significantly out of kilter with that found in the school or university resulting in a "power down" effect when they enter educational establ …
19 June, 2008
 
WorkPlace for Remote sensing & GIS-oriented cases of AMC2 Environmental Sciences (Web Links / Universities)
Course at the University of Wageningen (the Netherlands) that has students apply previously acquired knowledge about the acquisition, storage, retrieval, analysis and presentation of geo-information i …
06 July, 2005
 
Handheld Devices for Ubiquitous Learning (Web Links / Research)
Site for the HDUL project at Harvard University, led by Chris Dede. The guiding principles of the HDUL project are to determine how wireless handheld devices can enhance learning and teaching for HGSE …
06 July, 2005
 
ClassInHand - Wake Forest University (Web Links / Links to Pocket PC sites)
...ssInHand(TM) is software developed by the Research and Development team in Information Systems at Wake Forest University. It turns a PocketPC equipped with a wireless card into a web server, a present …
23 June, 2005
 
Mobile Learning - GCAL (Web Links / Universities)
A list of resources from Glasgow University
23 June, 2005
 
PDA Resource Page (Web Links / Healthcare)
Excellent portal hosted by the University of Virginia. Bias towards US and also Medical applications, but some useful links there. …
08 May, 2005
 
Mobile Learning (Web Links / Blogs)
Blog of Andy Ramsden on mobile learning. Andy is a Learning Technology Adviser at the University of Bristol, UK. The blog covers his observation of his work in mobile learning technologies …
07 May, 2005
 
 
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