Lesetipp: EDUCAUSE Quaterly & Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

04.04.2011 |

Neue Ausgaben und Artikel zum Download der Zeitschriften EDUCAUSE Quaterly und Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.

EDUCAUSE Quaterly Volume 34 (2011)

Neu erschienen ist dieAusgabe 34 der Zeitschrift EDUCAUSEQuaterly.Thema der Ausgabe ist"Mobile"Hier ein paar ausgewählte Artikel im Überblick. Alle Beiträge stehen zum Download zur Verfügung.

  • An Average Day with Mobile Technology, Jason Maseberg-Tomlinson
  • Mobile Teaching Versus Mobile Learning, Rochelle Rodrigo
  • Augmented Reality and Geotagging in Japan,Ryan Burke and Todd Bryant
  • Using Google Forms for Student Engagement and Learning,Dong-gook (DK) Kim
  • Student Information Literacy in the Mobile Environment,Kristen Yarmey
  • Twitter, Wordle, and ChimeIn as Student Response Pedagogies,Jude Higdon, Kathryn Reyerson, Colin McFadden, and Kevin Mummey
  • The Educational Potential of Mobile Computing in the Field,Meg Stewart, Jeffrey Clark, Jeremy Donald, and Keri VanCamp
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Ed/ITLib Digital Library

Ebenso neu erhältlich in der
Ed/ITLib Digital Library ist die letzte Ausgabe desJournal of Technology and Teacher Education, Volume 18, Number 4 (October 2010). Auch diese Artikel stehen zum Download zur Verfügung. Hier einige Titel im Überblick. 
  • LearningTogether in Cyberspace: Collaborative Dialogue in a Virtual Network ofEducators /Rachel Brown & Kristen Munger, Syracuse University, USA /pp. 541-571
  • “Grounded”Technology Integration: Instructional Planning Using Curriculum-Based ActivityType Taxonomies / JudithHarris & Mark Hofer, College of William & Mary, USA; Margaret Blanchard,North Carolina State University, USA; Neal Grandgenett, University of Nebraska -Omaha, USA; Denise Schmidt, Iowa State University, USA; Marcela van Olphen, Universityof South Florida, USA; Carl Young, North Carolina State University, USA / pp. 573-605
  • Use ofInnovation Component Configuration Map (ICCM) to Measure Technology IntegrationPractices of Higher Education Faculty / Manisha Javeri, California State University, Los Angeles, USA;Kay Persichitte, University of Wyoming, USA /pp. 607-643
  • AComparative Analysis of Teacher Education Faculty Development Models forTechnology Integration /YesimYilmazel-Sahin, Consultant, Center for Applied Linguistics,USA; Rebecca L. Oxford, University of Maryland, USA/pp. 693-720

Gepostet von: mschmidt