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Mobile Learning: Hype oder neue Lernmöglichkeiten?

What are the potentials of mobile learning to create new learning scenarios? How can smartphones and tablets support learning? This presentation examines these questions from a learning psychology point of view and gives relevant information about the IMST programme on e-teaching and e-learning.

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Mag. Dr. Tanja Jadin

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2013

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Apps in der Volksschule: Ein Einblick in den Schulalltag

This document was the handout of the presentation of Sigrid Zwaiger in the MEDEAnet workshop on mobile learning. It includes some information on her master thesis and a list of interesting apps to be used in elementary education.

LIFEtool App-Tipps Februar 2013

In this document, a list of useful apps to be used in early and special needs education can be found. The apps are described briefly and were evaluated by an expert.

Tipps für die Anwendung von Apps

On this website, LIFEtool provides information about useful apps to be used in special needs education.

Apps in der Sonderpädagogik - Beispiele aus der Welt der Unterstützten Kommunikation

This presentation on the use of tablets in Special Needs Education was part of the MEDEAnet workshop on mobile learning (Linz, March 15 and 16, 2013). It gives some information about useful apps and devices which can be used in augmented communcation.

EDU-Puzzle – ein Projekt für die Primar- und Sekundarstufe I

EDU-Puzzle is a project of the Private University College of Education of the Diocese of Linz (Austria) and has the goal of creating and providing basic exercises for elementary and lower secondary schools. The materials are actually designed for tablets but can also be used on every computer and browser with an Internet connection.

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eduMedia Conference

Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft is the non-profit research organisation of the State of Salzburg. It conducts applied research and development in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT).

The research group "Education and Media" (Bildung und Medien) of Salzburg Research deals with web-based educational innovations. Focus of the research activities is to develop new didactical concepts for the use of technological innovations and on the other side to develop and adapt the educational technologies on concrete requirements in the educational context.

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Vorbereitende Überlegungen zur Unterrichtspraxis IV, Video/Film

Interviews with experts about how to "teach film".

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Gespräch mit Christine Dollhofer (Interview with C.D.)
Gespräch mit Stefan Kurowski
Gespräch mit Gustav Ernst
Further exercises
Allgemeine Überlegungen zur Unterrichtbarkeit vonVideo/Film (General considerations about teachability of video/film)

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Streaming Media in school education and their usage on a large-scale basis

Subtitle: Technological, organisational and educational aspects.

A review written by the eStream partnership and published in May 2006.

The aim of this publication is to provide guidance to all those working on understanding and evaluating the different aspects of video streaming in education: This includes technological, educational and organisational aspects, issues related to audiovisual content, IPR and copyright regulations and a look at possible future scenarios for educational applications of streaming media technology. The publication contains a series of case studies from all over Europe.

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1 Introduction
2 Reference sources: the scenario definition in a complex context
3 Technological components in a streaming system
4 Content issues in a streaming system
5 Educational issues
6 Future perspectives and opportunities
7 Conclusions
8 Annexes
9 References

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Andrea Demagistris, Augusta Giovannoli, Erica Lavagno, Eleonora Pantò, Dario Zucchini, eStream

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2006

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3-9500247-5-1

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129 pages

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