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Can we engage learners through Web 2.0 and mobile devices?

Can we engage learners through Web 2.0 and mobile devices? | Educación & TICs |

This issue brings together five rather diverse papers focusing on the use of mobile and Web 2.0 technologies in an effort to engage learners. Two of the papers deal with messaging or response systems used by students in higher education, two papers deal with the use of (mobile) social media for professional development of teachers, and the final paper builds a theoretical model for Web 2.0-based workplace learning.

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Steven Verjans's curator insight, December 6, 2013 5:41 AM

An interesting issue of Research in Learning Technology, containing results from two case studies of networked learning, and a theoretical model for the study of work-based professional development using Web2.0 tools.

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Technology to the classroom

Technology to the classroom | Educación & TICs |
A two-week seminar in January offered Harvard doctoral students the chance to learn from experts from across the University about using technology to support education.
Daniel Ringer's curator insight, September 26, 2015 8:52 PM

Harvard is taking the extra initiative to stress to their students the importance in understanding digital technologies and how they can be applied to education. Harvard feels this will give their students the "best possible start" as they "begin their careers in academia."