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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

June 2005 Volume 21, Number 3


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Evaluation of a Mobile Learning Organiser for University Students

    Dan Corlett, Mike Sharples, Susan Bull & Tony Chan

    This paper describes a 10-month trial of a mobile learning organiser, developed for use by university students. Implemented on a wireless-enabled Pocket PC hand-held computer, the organiser makes... More

    pp. 162-170

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  2. Teachers' Support with Ad-Hoc Collaborative Networks

    C Cortez, M Nussbaum, X Lpez, P Rodrguez, R Santelices, R Rosas & Marianov

    Efforts to improve the educational process must focus on those most responsible for implementing it: the teachers. It is with them in mind that we propose a face-to-face computer-supported... More

    pp. 171-180

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  3. A Few Design Perspectives on One-on-One Digital Classroom Environment

    J-K Liang, T-C Liu, H-Y Wang, B Chang, Y-C Deng, J-C Yang, C-Y Chou, H-W Ko, S Yang & T-W Chan

    "1:1" educational computing refers to a scenario where every student in a group or class uses a computing device equipped with wireless communication capability to conduct a learning task. This... More

    pp. 181-189

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  4. Handheld tools that 'Informate' Assessment of Student Learning in Science: A Requirements Analysis

    Jeremy Roschelle, William R. Penuel, Louise Yarnall, Nicole Shechtman & Deborah Tatar

    An important challenge faced by many teachers as they involve students in science investigations is measuring (assessing) students' progress. Our detailed requirements analysis in a particular... More

    pp. 190-203

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  5. Mobile Learning with a Mobile Game: Design and Motivational Effects

    Gerhard Schwabe & Christoph Goth

    Mobile technologies offer the opportunity to embed learning in a natural environment. This paper describes the design of the MobileGame prototype, exploring the opportunities to support learning... More

    pp. 204-216

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