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|Title: ||Learning in a technology enhanced world|
|Authors: ||Specht, Marcus|
|Issue Date: ||13-Jun-2010|
|Abstract: ||The world around us is getting more and more technologically enhanced. Today's scientist and science fiction writers draw a vision of a world enhanced with sensor grids and nano technology. The talk will discuss the impact of context-aware and ubiquitous computing and the research necessary to support learning in a technology enhanced world. A key question is how we can unleash the power of contextual effects in ubiquitous technology enhancements for learning. The talk will develop a vision for "learning in context", in which ambient information channels can be used for learning in everyday environments and augmented artefacts help us to develop meta cognitive competences.
|Description: ||Specht, M. (2009). Learning in a technology enhanced world. Invited talk given at the World Conference on E-learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education. October, 27, 2009, Vancouver, Canada.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. LMedia: Presentations|
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