Learning Bridges: a role for mobile technologies in education

Abstract : A project called MyArtSpace, funded by the UK Department for Culture Media and Sport, is today exploring how children can engage in similar enquiry-led learning supported by mobile technology and how this can link to school and home learning. Using MyArtSpace as an example, we discuss the possibilities for mobile technology to form bridges between formal and informal learning. We also offer guidelines, drawn from our experience with MyArtSpace, for designing such bridges.
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Giasemi Vavoula, Mike Sharples, Paul Rudman, Peter Lonsdale, Julia Meek. Learning Bridges: a role for mobile technologies in education. Educational Technology, 2007, XLVII, pp.33-36. ⟨hal-00197204⟩

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