Preface SECTION 1: Learning principles Chapter 1nThe evolution of research on computer-supported collaborative learning: From design to orchestrationnPierre Dillenbourg, Sanna Järvelä, and Frank Fischer Chapter 2nDevelopments in inquiry learningnWouter R. van Joolingen and Zacharias C. Zacharia Chapter 3nSociocultural perspectives on technology-enhanced learning and knowingnRosamund Sutherland, Berner Lindström, and Life Lahn Chapter 4nNarrative learning in technology-enhanced environments: An introduction to Narrative Learning EnvironmentsnGiuliana Dettori and Ana Paiva SECTION 2: Learning in specific domains Chapter 5nBuilding European collaboration in technology-enhanced learning in mathematicsnRosa Maria Bottino, Michele Artigue, and Richard Noss Chapter 6nIntegrated digital language learningnGeorges Antoniadis, Sylviane Granger, Olivier Kraif, Claude Ponton, Julia Medori, and Virginie Zampa Chapter 7nNovel technology for learning in medicinenVanda Luengo, Annette Aboulafia, Adélaïde Blavier , George Shorten, Lucile Vadcard, and Jan Zottmann Chapter 8nTechnology-enhanced learning in sciencenEleni A. Kyza, Sibel Erduran, and Andrée Tiberghien SECTION 3: Shaping the learning environment Chapter 9nExternal representations for learning: Headed towards a digital culturenErica de Vries, Stavros Demetriadis, and Shaaron Ainsworth Chapter 10nComputer-supported collaboration scripts: Perspectives from educational psychology and computer sciencenArmin Weinberger, Ingo Kollar, Yannis Dimitriadis, Kati Mäkitalo-Siegl, and Frank Fischer Chapter 11nUsers' data: Collaborative and social analysisnAndreas Harrer, Alejandra Martínez-Monés, and Angelique Dimitracopoulou Chapter 12nUsers' data: TrailsanalysisnChristophe Choquet, Sébastien Iksal, Mark Levene, and Judith Schoonenboom SECTION 4: Special technologies Chapter 13nA patterns approach to connecting the design and deployment of mathematical games and simulationsnDave D. Pratt, Niall Winters, Michele Cerulli, and Henny Leemkuil Chapter 14nMobile learning: Small devices, big issuesnMike Sharples, Inmaculada Arnedillo-Sánchez, Marcelo Milrad, and Giasemi Vavoula Chapter 15nLearning from multimedia and hypermedianPeter Gerjets and Paul Kirschner Section 5: Postface Chapter 16nA computer science perspective on technology-enhanced learning researchnPierre Tchounikine, Anders I. Mørch, and Liam J. Bannon Chapter 17nImplementing technology-enhanced learningnDiana Laurillard, Martin Oliver, Barbara Wasson, and Ulrich Hoppe Subject index Contributors
Technology-enhanced learning is a timely topic, the importance of which is recognized by educational researchers, practitioners, software designers, and policy makers. This volume presents and discusses current trends and issues in technology-enhanced learning from a European research and development perspective. This multifaceted and multidisciplinary topic is considered from four different viewpoints, each of which constitutes a separate section in the book. The sections include general as well as domain-specific principles of learning that have been found to play a significant role in technology-enhanced environments, ways to shape the environment to optimize learners' interactions and learning, and specific technologies used by the environment to empower learners. An additional section discusses the work presented in the preceding sections from a computer science perspective and an implementation perspective.
This book comes out of the work in Kaleidoscope: a European Network of Excellence in which over 1,000 people from more than 90 institutes across Europe participate. Kaleidoscope brings together researchers from diverse disciplines and cultures, through their collaboration and sharing of scientific outcomes, they are helping move the field of technology-enhanced learning forward.
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