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Language Learners’ Reading and Writing in the Digitized Classroom

This paper examines informants’ perceptions on how massive introduction of computers and the Internet impacts language learning.

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Art Historical E-Learning and the Virtual Museum Space

This paper explores the value of virtual museums and online exhibitions, such as the Google Art Project, as a substitution for personal experience in the context of art history e-learning.

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 9, Issue 4, December 2016

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The Creative Uses of Facebook by Undergraduate Students

The current study examined how creatively Thai university students used Facebook and investigated how gender and type of university had an effect on their usage.

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Making Teaching Visible to Learners through the eZoomBook Platform

This paper focuses on John Hattie’s “visible learning” principles and their application to eZoomBook - a platform designed to create a social, learner-friendly experience in reading.

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Teachers’ education and professional development: Focus on multiliteracies and technologies

We aim to discuss the learning modules created by Brazilian Portuguese language teachers to promote an inclusive education, which focuses on multiliteracies and on new learning practices.

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Emerging “Crowdinnovation”: Crowd Community Enhanced Innovation through Information Technology

The concepts of “crowdfunding,” “crowdsourcing,” and “crowdstorming” have existed to obtain something from “crowd” by IT. So, I propose concept "Crowdinnovation," where “crowd” is the center of innovation.

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Developing Instructional Materials on the Speed of Sound in Solids, Liquids and Gases for Primary School Students: A Constructivist Approach with Computer Simulations

This study examines the impact of a teaching intervention based on a constructivist approach with computer simulations to primary school students’ conceptions for the speed of sound in materials.

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 9, Issue 3, September 2016

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Lessons Learned in the Development of a Collaborative Learning Environment Designed to Educate Students on the Creation of User-Generated Classification Structures

This paper describes a usability study of CIRCLE, a new web-based application designed to teach students how to collaboratively identify and classify real world objects.

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