[publication] Is the iPhone a Ubiquitous Learning Device? A First Step Towards Digital Lecture Notes

Our contribution „Is the iPhone a Ubiquitous Learning Device? A First Step Towards Digital Lecture Notes“ to the book „Ubiquitous Learning – Strategies for Pedagogy, Course Design and Technology“ is now published and as draft version online available.
Abstract:

Computing conquers to mobile devices very quickly. Students are among the first to adopt to it even accelerate this progress. This opens new possibilities for teachers to reach and interact with their students but also increases the amount of information a learner has to cope with. This paper describes the idea and prototypical implementation of a method to use the Web and digital devices to ease the digitalization of lecture notes and thus accessibility of information gathered in the course of learning.

Is the iPhone a Ubiquitous Learning Device? A First Step Towards Digital Lecture Notes

Reference: Ebner, M., Billicsich, T. (2011). Is the iPhone a Ubiquitious Learning Device? A First Step Towards Digital Lecture Notes. Kidd, T. T. & Chen, I. (Ed.). Ubiquitous Learning Strategies for Pedagogy, Course Design and Technology. Information Age Publishing. p. 137-151

[vodcast] Technology Enhanced Learning – wie lernen wir morgen?

Nun steht die Online Aufzeichnung meines Vortrages „e-Learning, m-Learning, p-Learning, u-Learning – wie lernen wir morgen?hier zur Verfügung.
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