Applying Wireless Technologies to Build a Highly Interactive Learning Environment

@inproceedings{Liu2002ApplyingWT,
  title={Applying Wireless Technologies to Build a Highly Interactive Learning Environment},
  author={Tzu-Chien Liu and Hsue-Yie Wang and Jen-Kai Liang and T M Vanessa Chan and Jie-Chi Yang},
  booktitle={WMTE},
  year={2002}
}
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 device supported simultaneous group interaction. In our analysis, each type of interaction above has its advantages and limitations, and there… CONTINUE READING
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