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Mobile Technology in Facilitating Learning Goals
Mobile and wireless computing technologies have influenced how people interact with each other. For the first time, mobile technology and student lifestyle choices are converging to allow mobile learning (m-learning) to ...
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 ...
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. ...
Project A3-2007 The Non-Profit Sector Capital Market in B.C. and Alberta
This research project will explore the non-profit sector capital market in B.C. and Alberta with a focus on the role that this market can play in developing, supporting and strengthening social economy organizations.
Project C11 - Credit Unions as a Financing Source for the Social Economy
This project explores one aspect of development finance in the social economy—namely, the role of the credit union as it appears today in AB and BC. It seeks to describe and analyze a range of activities relevant to the ...
Community Economic Development, Community Development Finance: Introducing the Terms Exploring the Relationship
How the two terms community economic development and community development finance are defined is crucial to the construction of any development system, whether it be geographic or functional in scope. What the terms are ...