Graham Attwell

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The development of Technology Enhanced Learning has been dominated by the education paradigm. However social software and new forms of knowledge development and collaborative meaning making are challenging such domination. Technology is increasingly being used to mediate the development of work process knowledge and these processes are leading to the(More)
This paper examines the idea of a Work Oriented Mobile Learning Environment (WOMBLE) and considers the potential affordances of mobile devices for supporting developmental and informal learning in the workplace. The authors look at the nature and pedagogy of work-based learning and how technologies are being used in the workplace for informal learning. The(More)
The ability of full-length human recombinant osteopontin (OPN) to support the adhesion of various alphav integrin-expressing cell lines was determined in order to characterize its integrin selectivity. The identity of this protein was assessed by cDNA sequence and mass spectroscopic analysis, and confirmed as full-length OPN. Neither the human embryonic(More)
Mobile devices are increasingly being used to support learning in work contexts. In exploring the emerging field of work-based mobile learning (WBML), researchers need to give consideration to the theoretical and empirical findings from mobile and work-based learning. In this paper, the authors provide an overview of key issues and dominant debates in these(More)
This paper provides an overview of the work of the Connexions Kent Guidance P.A.s and considers their needs in terms of knowledge maturing and development. It goes on to examine why a PLE could assist in this process and outlines the different functions of a PLE. Then a scenario is outlined illustrating the possible use of the PLE. Finally, a Mashup(More)
The paper focuses on the potential of a work based Personal Learning Environment. It examines relations, context, actions and learning discourses in line with Vygotsky’s sociocultural approach to cognitive development, working on the assumption that “action is mediated and cannot be separated from the milieu in which it is carried out” (Wertsch, 1991). The(More)