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Social Enterprise in Human Services and Affordable Housing
Human services and affordable housing are two constant themes in the history of CED and the social economy. This is not surprising. How we care for each other, or not, speaks centrally to the character of our social relations ...
Mobile learning – a new paradigm shift in distance education?
During recent years, many distance teaching as well as residential institutions have started to experiment with mobile learning through pilot projects as part of their e-learning and technology enhanced learning environments. ...
Using Participatory Simulation Support Learning Algorithms
During learning computer science theory, it is essential to learn sorting algorithms, but it is not easy to understand the concept of the different sorting algorithms. This paper describes a system called PLASPS (PDA-based ...
Positive Motion, Inc.
The simplicity of flashcards makes them ideally suited for memorizing word lists on small, mobile devices but flashcards are not well suited to subjects that require more sophisticated organizational structure. Legal ...
A Corporate View of Mobile Learning
In the corporate training environment, acquisition of new skills by employees through training is critically important. This obviously implies that practice-based training programs that enable employees to internalize, ...
BALTA Highlights Report - January 3, 2007
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2007-01)
An update/newsletter on development of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA).
An Audio-Based Approach to Mobile Learning of Japanese Kanji Characters
We describe the design and implementation of an audio-based computer system for mobile, non-visual learning of the meaning and writing of "kanji" characters: the thousands of multi-stroke Chinese characters used in the ...
From M-learning pilot activity to embedded practice: using formative evaluation to inform scaled-up implementation
This paper describes the implementation of a mobile learning strategy centred on the use of PDAs by learners in the 9-14 age range having 24/7 access. It is presented from two perspectives. The first is from the practical ...
Researching Mobile Learning With College Tutors – Operational Issues, Lessons Learned And Findings
Many educators are becoming interested in mobile learning as an alternative, or supplementary, way of delivering aspects of teaching and learning, or as a conduit to lead ‘disengaged’ youth to further learning, or as a ...
Is Learning Really a Phone Call Away? Knowledge Transfer in Mobile Learning
Mobile learning can positively contribute to the development of learning communities by providing communication options that span contexts and locations, are available whenever, and are used virtually everywhere (Alexander, ...