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Creating a suitable and successful solution for the integration of Podcasting and Vidcasting in a Higher Education E-Learning Environment
A small research project is currently taking place within a department of the University of Greenwich. The project involves using current technology (Apple’s xServe, iPhones, iPod touch, Podcast… Expand
Maritime City: Using Games Technology to Train Social Workers - Some Initial Results
Maritime City is an educational tool for training Healthcare professionals, currently targeted towards Social Workers. Expand
Modifying Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Games for Use in Education
- Ryan Flynn
The use of computer and video games in education is not a new phenomenon. However, the use of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) games, specifically the modification (“modding”) of them to allow for use… Expand
Use of Web logs (Blogs) in Learning Environments: Blogs for Student Support
Innovation in technology and communications and particularly the advent of the Web is changing the structure of teaching and learning today. While there is much debate about the use of technology in… Expand
Innovations in Learning and Teaching Approaches using Game Technologies — Can “The Movies” teach how to make a movie?
We aim to provide in this article an overview of the use of game technologies in education (almost as a small literature review for interested parties) and then go more in depth into one particular example we aim to introduce from this coming academic year (Sept. 2006) to help with teaching and assessment of one area of our Multimedia curriculum. Expand
Affective Impact in eLearning - Applying Computational Models of Emotion in Learning Situations
This research considers the issues of emotional affect in virtual and augmented reality training environments. It describes two different training environments, in which the use of computational… Expand
Tanzania Workforce Development: SABER Country Report 2015
SABER workforce development : what is it? How does it work? What are the findings?
Workforce development is the coordination of public and private sector policies and programs that provides individuals with the opportunity for a sustainable livelihood and helps organizations… Expand
The Use of Commercial Game Technology to Teach Video Production – Some Initial Results
SABER workforce development country report : Tanzania 2015
This report presents the findings of an assessment of Tanzania’s workforce development (WfD) system based on the World Bank’s systems approach for better education results (SABER) WfD systems… Expand