Title

Access Grid Technology: An Exploration in Educators' Dialogue

Editors

Bill Cope, & Mary Kalantzis (Eds.)

Document Type

Book Section

Publication Date

1-1-2010

Publication Title

Ubiquitous Learning

Publisher

University of Illinois Press

Publisher Location

Urbana, Ill

First page number:

156

Last page number:

172

Abstract

Human–computer interaction and networking technologies such as video conferencing tools have prompted many research studies in multiple fields (computer science, communication, psychology, and education) to investigate the use of media technology as collaborative tools. Most literature in the area focuses on either point-to-point video collaboration tools or e-mail and e-mail list software as communication tools, with little attention paid to multipoint collaboration tools. Recent “research in education suggests there are many advantages in using multipoint collaborative tools and Web-based technologies” (Tettegah 2005, 273), especially in the realm of ubiquitous learning. Multipoint collaborative tools combine oral, auditory, and visual stimuli...

Keywords

Education, Library Science

Language

eng


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