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The Lecture Method is Dead: Legal Learning in the 21st Century and Teaching with Technology

The use of technology in a higher education classroom is now widely accepted. However will it really provide a better learning experience, particularly in legal education?

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Using Social Media and Cloud Services to Facilitate Teaching and Learning in Teacher Education Courses

This paper aims to investigate the potential of using social media and other cloud services to foster teaching and learning in teacher education courses.

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iEntrepreneurship: Encouraging Innovation through Partnership

This presentation will share the experience of an entrepreneurship course in which Business and Computer Science students partnered to study and experience entrepreneurship on a micro-level by developing Apps.

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Rediscovering and Promoting Serious Reading: How the eZoomBook Platform Can Help

This article is an attempt to define “serious reading”, drawing from the works of critics and writers and to show how “serious reading” can be promoted through an innovative pedagogy.

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Published online: January 9, 2015

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 6, Issue 4

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Reinventing the Book: The eZoomBook Platform

“eZoomBook” is a project-based pedagogy and an associated platform for the structuring and development of multi-scale documentation. The educational perspectives of eZoomBook are highlighted by three different experiments

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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The Status of Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning: A Content Review of the Recent Research

In this study, recent research studies published in seven major journals are scrutinized in order to explore the trends in Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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Using Webquests in a Museum-based Multiliteracies Dynamic Learning Intervention: Ubiquitous Learning Made Possible?

Addressing the interrelationships of ubiquitous learning and multiliteracies pedagogy through a specific model developed for an educational intervention as part of a doctoral thesis on pupils’ experiences museum based multiliteracies.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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A Content Analysis of Tweets about MOOC Experiences

This article analyzes tweets on the experience of MOOC learning and teaching.

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Published online: October 31, 2014

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 6, Issue 3, November 2014

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