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Vol 16, No 1 (2008) Towards a user-oriented analytical approach to learning design Abstract  PDF
Jonathan P. San Diego, Diana Laurillard, Tom Boyle, Claire Bradley, Dejan Ljubojevic, Tim Neumann, Darren Pearce
Vol 26 (2018) Exploring mobile mixed reality in healthcare higher education: A systematic review Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Todd Stretton, Thomas Cochrane, Vickel Narayan
Vol 22 (2014) Mobile phone voting for participation and engagement in a large compulsory law course Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Chad Habel, Matthew Stubbs
Vol 21 (2013) Redesigning professional development: reconceptualising teaching using social learning technologies Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Thomas Cochrane, Vickel Narayan
Vol 20 (2012) Secrets of mlearning failures: confronting reality Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Thomas Cochrane
Vol 20 (2012) Using videoconferencing in a school-scientist partnership: students’ perceptions and scientists’ challenges Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Garry Falloon
Vol 20 (2012) Perceptions of the effects of clicker technology on student learning and engagement: a study of freshmen Chemistry students Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Jenepher Lennox Terrion, Victoria Aceti
Vol 20 (2012) Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Matthew Kearney, Sandra Schuck, Kevin Burden, Peter Aubusson
Vol 26 (2018) Using connectivism theory and technology for knowledge creation in cross-cultural communication Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Archana Shrivastava
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