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A Pedagogical Framework for Collaborative Learning in a Social Blended E-Learning Context
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The aim of this chapter is to introduce a pedagogical framework, the dialogic shamrock, for collaborative learning through technology, which is a synthesis of the literature which draws upon learner centric, constructivist, and sociocultural perspectives and is related to the concepts of online learning and collaborative technology including Web 2.0. Expand
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Any Time? Any Place? The impact on student learning of an on-line learning environment.
Original paper can be found at: http://www.actapress.com/Content_of_Proceeding.aspx?proceedingID=292#pages Copyright ACTA Press [Full text of this paper is not available in the UHRA]
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Developing an agent-based simulation model of software evolution
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This paper aims to re-implements the current system dynamic (SD) simulation model to an agent-based simulation environment ‘Repast’ and checks the behaviour of the new model compared to the existing SD model. Expand
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Developing a pedagogy: The role of the tutor in enabling student learning through the Use of a wiki
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This chapter clarifies the role of the tutor in enabling collaborative learning through assessment using technology as part of a blended learning framework. Expand
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Humanoid Robots Attending Lectures: Research Informed Teaching
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The University of Hertfordshire aims to support a research-rich environment that informs teaching. Expand
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Student Choice: Blends of Technology Beyond the University to Support Social Interaction and Social Participation in Learning
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This paper presents an overview of a blended collaborative learning design driven by assessment and feedback for the Human Dimensions module and the final group based assessment. Expand
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Work in Progress – Establishing a Master Program in Cyber Physical Systems: Basic Findings and Future Perspectives
This paper reports on the basic findings and future perspectives of a capacity building project funded by the European Union. The International Master of Science on Cyber Physical Systems (MS@CPS) isExpand
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Repurposing the Learning Environment: Using Robots to Engage and Support Students in Collaborative Learning through Assessment Design
This document is the Accepted Manuscript of the following paper: Martina Doolan and Michael Walters, 'Repurposing the Learning Environment: Using Robots to Engage and Support Students inExpand
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