Jen-Kai Liang

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This study tries to apply wireless technologies to build a highly interactive environment. For this purpose, this study first identifies four types of interaction between the members in the technology-embedded classroom contexts, including: (1) face-to-face interaction; (2) computer-mediated interaction; (3) human-computer interaction; and (4) personal(More)
We believe that with regard to the information technology applications in education, one student one computing device will be the future and long-term trend. Many related studies on learning systems have been carried out, from applying the simplest functions of the remote controller to the very powerful capabilities of the Tablet PC. Based on this research(More)
With the emergence of information technology, wireless communication and mobile devices are the newest applications in education. The wireless technology enhanced classroom (WiTEC) integrates wireless local area network, mobile learning devices, and client-server architecture to support instruction and learning activities in classroom. This paper introduces(More)
In 2004, a city-wide weather wireless sensor network, Taipei Weather Inquiry-Based Learning Network, composed of sixty school-based weather sensor nodes and a centralized weather archive server was established to facilitate students having weather science inquiry-based learning. The network covers the whole Taipei City, collects the city's weather status,(More)
Human activities are always driven by events. Event-driven learning refers to learning taking places during the preparation process of the event, not necessarily during the participation process of the event. In the study, we extend the previous research " EduClick " and design the learning model of the event-driven learning. We process a competition using(More)
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