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)
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)
There is growing interest in the potential of the use of mobile devices for learning. 'M-learning', as it has been called, is variously seen as offering opportunities for access to learning for those with limited access to traditional educational opportunities and technologies, as providing ubiquitous access to learning and as facilitating contextualized(More)
As reflection helps practitioners to turn experiences into learning, communities of practices provide an environment to support reflection. We present a concept showing how reflection ana-lytics in online communities of practice can help users to improve their reflection activity, guiding them to become active reflective participants. A prototype shows how(More)
REFLECT is a mobile app that promotes a regular reflective routine. It is voice-based so that it can be used, e.g., while driving a car or in similar situations. The reflection session is scaffolded through decks of questions that can be configured by the user and shared with others, who in turn can reuse the questions.
The paper is based on early research and practices in developing workplace Learning Analytics for the EU funded EmployID project, focused on identity transformation and continuing professional development in Public Employment Services (PES) in Europe. Workplace learning is mostly informal with little agreement of proxies for learning, driven by demands of(More)
Social learning networks enable the sharing, transfer and enhancement of knowledge in the workplace that builds the ground to exchange informal learning practices. In this work, three healthcare networks are studied in order to understand how to enable the building, maintaining and activation of new contacts at work and the exchange of knowledge between(More)
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