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The Social Economy in Quebec
The paper, delivered at a public event in Sidney, BC, Canada, on October 19, 2006, presents an overview of the social economy in Quebec and suggests some lessons that might be relevant to other contexts.
Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Reusable Learning Objects
Our ongoing work at London Metropolitan University investigates effective ways to design learning environments that add mobile learning into blended higher education modules. Our approach is one of evolutionary, iterative ...
Ubiquity and Reusability
Ubiquity and reusability are key factors in driving the deployment of content. Up to now these elements have been challenges within mobile learning. However, with the advent of metadata structures, new technologies and ...
Community reinvestment and the challenges of scaling up the social economy
This presentation to the 2007 CIRIEC International Research Conference provided an overview of results from initial literature reviews conducted on behalf of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). The ...
Supporting ubiquitous language learning with RFID tags
Ubiquitous computing will help in the organization and mediation of social interactions wherever and whenever these situations might occur. With those technologies, learning environment can be embedded in real daily life. ...
Personal Digital Assistants – teachers prefer the personal
This paper will present the results of a small-scale project, funded by the UK Teacher Development Agency, where 13 teachers and 3 trainee teachers in one secondary school science department were given handhelds (Personal ...