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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Laura A Wankel; Patrick Blessinger; Jurate Stanaityte; Neil Washington; International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association.
|ISBN:||9781781905098 1781905096 9781781905104 178190510X|
|Description:||viii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Part I. Adoption of mobile applications : smartphones, Skype and texting technologies. New pathways in higher education : an introduction to using mobile technologies / Laura A. Wankel and Patrick Blessinger --
Educational designs supporting student engagement through networked project studies / Jørgen Lerche Nielsen and Lars Birch Andreasen --
Mobile learning : definition, uses and challenges / Jorge Brantes Ferreira [and others] --
Bringing it all together : interdisciplinary perspectives on incorporating mobile technologies in higher education / Christina M. Partin and Skyler Lauderdale --
Engaging students in online courses through the use of mobile technology / Audeliz Matias and David F. Wolf II --
Part II. Application of mobile applications : smartphones, Skype and texting applications. Fashion design podcast initiative : emerging technologies and fashion design teaching strategies / Therèsa M. Winge and Mary C. Embry --
The innovative use of personal smart devices by students to support their learning / Anne Nortcliffe and Andrew Middleton --
Engaging teachers (and students) with media streaming technology : the case of Box of broadcasts / Vicki Holmes [and others] --
Business students' learning engagement as a function of reading assigned e-textbooks / Susan Stites-Doe, Patricia E. Maxwell and Jennifer Little Kegler --
Facilitated work based learning : a new method for continuing education? / Anja Overgaard Thomassen.
|Series Title:||Cutting-edge technologies in higher education, v. 6D.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Laura A. Wankel, Patrick Blessinger ; in collaboration with Jurate Stanaityte, Neil Washington ; created in partnership with the Higher Education Teachng and Learning Association.|