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Using Network and Mobile Technology to Bridge Formal and Informal Learning by Manuela Repetto, Guglielmo Trentin

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A mobile Web 2.0 framework: reconceptualising teaching and learning

Thomas Cochrane and Roger Bateman

Abstract:

This chapter presents a mobile Web 2.0 framework for pedagogical change based upon the implementation of over 30 mobile learning (m-learning) projects between 2006 and 2011. These projects explored the potential of m-learning as a catalyst for pedagogical change within architecture, product design, landscape architecture, contemporary music, computing, graphics design, performing and screen arts, accountancy law and finance, civil engineering, and journalism. The projects utilised mobile devices for student-generated content and for enabling student-generated learning contexts, bridging situated experiences with the formal classroom. ...

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