Philip Grew

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This paper proposes a distributed platform designed to support pervasive learning and interactivity on a university campus and to ease tasks related to learning and teaching. The platform exploits wireless technologies in order to provide service access anywhere and anytime. The platform architecture is described, and the functionalities of the modules(More)
Several tools have been proposed in the literature to use the web to support learning. Usually, these tools are designed for a very specific purpose, namely, to provide information about a course, to support student assessment or as a platform for maintaining the learning community. However, in a university curriculum all those independent functions(More)
The authors have previously been active in developing a learning management system, applying it to computerassisted assessment (CAA) tasks, improvising in-class activities using students’ cellphones as text-messaging terminals, and devising architectures and prototypes to apply ad hoc networking to distributed computer-mediated communication in the(More)