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Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Technology-Rich Environments for Learning and Collaboration

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Effect of Split Attention in Surgical Education
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    Chapter 2 Supporting learning with 3D interactive applications in early years
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    Chapter 3 Interrelation between Pedagogical Design and Learning Interaction Patterns in different Virtual Learning Environments
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    Chapter 4 BIZZY – A Social Game for Entrepreneurship Education
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    Chapter 5 An Approach to Holistic Development of Serious Games and Learning Simulations
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    Chapter 6 Experiencing Physical and Technical Phenomena in Schools Using Virtual Reality Driving Simulator
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    Chapter 7 Weaving User Immersive Experiences: Scientific Curiosity and Reasoning with Bodily Feelings Mapping and Evolution
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    Chapter 8 HaptiChem: Haptic and Visual Support in Interactions with the Microscopic World
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    Chapter 9 Augmented Reality Applications in the Engineering Environment
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    Chapter 10 User Experience Observations on Factors That Affect Performance in a Road-Crossing Training Application for Children Using the CAVE
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    Chapter 11 Context Dependent Preference Acquisition with Personality-Based Active Learning in Mobile Recommender Systems
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    Chapter 12 Mobile Apps for Older Users – The Development of a Mobile Apps Repository for Older People
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    Chapter 13 Development of the Learning System for Outdoor Study Using Zeigarnik Effect
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    Chapter 14 Dream Drill: A Bedtime Learning Application
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    Chapter 15 Sustaining Outside-of-Class CALL Activities by Means of a Student Self-Evaluation System in a University Blended Learning EFL Course
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    Chapter 16 Society@school: Towards an e-Inclusion App for Social Reading
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    Chapter 17 Sensor Based Interaction Mechanisms in Mobile Learning
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    Chapter 18 Visual and Spatial Data Integration in Mobile Application Design
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    Chapter 19 Exploring Simulated Provocations
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    Chapter 20 Rapid Prototyping for Mobile Serious Games
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    Chapter 21 Creating Universal Designed and Trustworthy Objects for the Internet of Things
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    Chapter 22 Prototyping M-Learning Course on the Basis of Puzzle Learning Methodology
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    Chapter 23 Posture and Face Detection with Dynamic Thumbnail Views for Collaborative Distance Learning
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    Chapter 24 Collaborative Tools in the Primary Classroom: Teachers’ Thoughts on Wikis
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    Chapter 25 Computer Assisted Individual Approach to Acquiring Foreign Vocabulary of Students Major
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    Chapter 26 Immersive Creative Classrooms within the Zones of Educational Priorities in Greek Primary Schools
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    Chapter 27 Enhancing Online Learning Activities for Groups in Flipped Classrooms
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    Chapter 28 Does CMC Reduce Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety?
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    Chapter 29 The Role of Educational Technologist in Implementing New Technologies at School
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    Chapter 30 Facilitating Student Reflection through Digital Technologies in the iTEC Project: Pedagogically-Led Change in the Classroom
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    Chapter 31 Which Is More Effective for Learning German and Japanese Language, Paper or Digital?
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    Chapter 32 Monitoring Teachers’ Complex Thinking while Engaging in Philosophical Inquiry with Web 2.0
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    Chapter 33 Developing an Effective ESP Curriculum Integrating CALL
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    Chapter 34 HCI Requirements for Young Primary School CALL Learners
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    Chapter 35 E-Portfolios – Fostering Systematic Reflection in Social Work Education
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    Chapter 36 European Citizens and Their Trust in Social Networks
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    Chapter 37 Towards Aggression De-escalation Training with Virtual Agents: A Computational Model
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    Chapter 38 Mosca
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    Chapter 39 A New Way to Community Services
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    Chapter 40 Online Collaboration: Individual Involvement Used to Predict Team Performance
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    Chapter 41 Interface Design for a Real-Time Collaborative Editing Tool
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    Chapter 42 If I Do Not Like Your Online Profile I Will Not Hire You!
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    Chapter 43 Collaboration, Knowledge Sharing and Digital Environments: What about Argumentation and Questioning Skills?
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    Chapter 44 Active Ageing – Enhancing Digital Literacies in Elderly Citizens
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    Chapter 45 Reflective Thinking: Exploring Blog Use by Adult Learners
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    Chapter 46 Digital Identity of Researchers and their Personal Learning Network
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    Chapter 47 Blended Simulation Based Medical Education: A Complex Learning/Training Opportunity
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    Chapter 48 Finding and Exploring Commonalities between Researchers Using the ResXplorer
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  • Good Attention Score compared to outputs of the same age (71st percentile)
  • Good Attention Score compared to outputs of the same age and source (66th percentile)

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Title
Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Technology-Rich Environments for Learning and Collaboration
Published by
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2014
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-07485-6
ISBNs
978-3-31-907484-9, 978-3-31-907485-6
Authors

Softic, Selver, De Vocht, Laurens, Mannens, Erik, Van de Walle, Rik, Ebner, Martin

Editors

Panayiotis Zaphiris, Andri Ioannou

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Geographical breakdown

Country Count As %
Unknown 68 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Researcher 1 1%
Student > Master 1 1%
Unknown 66 97%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 1 1%
Engineering 1 1%
Unknown 66 97%

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