Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning by Fridolin Wild, Paul Lefrere & Peter Scott

Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning

By Fridolin Wild, Paul Lefrere & Peter Scott

  • Release Date: 2013-06-12
  • Genre: Computers
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‘Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning’ presents a range of research projects which aim to explore how to make engagement in learning (and teaching) more passionate. This interactive and experimental resource discusses innovations which pave the way to open collaboration at scale. The book introduces methodological and technological breakthroughs via a dozen chapters to learners, instructors, and decision-makers in schools, universities, and workplaces.

The Open University's Knowledge Media Institute and the EU TELMap project have brought together the luminaries from the European research area to showcase their vision of the future of learning with technology via their recent research project work. The projects discussed range widely over the Technology Enhanced Learning area from: environments for responsive open learning, work-based reflection, work-based social creativity, serious games and many more.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Pat Manson, European Commission
Welcome to the future

Fridolin Wild, Anna De Liddo, Paul Lefrere, Peter Scott (The Open University, UK)
Introduction

Fridolin Wild, Paul Lefrere, and Peter Scott (The Open University, UK)
Ambjoern Naeve, (Royal Institute of Technology KTH, Sweden)
The Grand Challenges

Ton De Jong (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Learning by Design

Viktoria Pammer, Nina Simon, and Stefanie Lindstaedt (Know-Center, Austria)
Reflective Learning at Work

Giuseppe Laria and Saverio Salerno (University of Salerno, Italy)
Pierluigi Ritrovato (MOMA SpA, Italy)
Social Creativity at Work

Peter Reimann (MTO, Germany)
Harald Mayer (Joanneum Research, Austria)
Classroom Learning Diagnostics

Andreas P. Schmidt (Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Knowledge Maturing

Alexander Mikroyannidis (The Open University, UK)
Martin Wolpers (Fraunhofer FIT, Germany)
Effie Lai-Chong Law (University of Leicester, UK)
Responsive Open Learning Environments

Manuel Olivera, Bjorn Andersen, Hans Torvatn (SINTEF, Technology and Society, Industrial Management, Norway)
Rapid Competence Development

Francesco Bellotti, Riccardo Berta, Alessandro De Gloria (University of Genoa, Italy)
Serious Games

Mark Johnson (University of Bolton, UK)
Future Classrooms

Bill Olivier, Li Yuan, Richard Millwood (University of Bolton, UK)
Vana Kamtsiou (Brunel University, UK)
Adaptive Roadmapping

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