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Exploring the use of mobile devices to facilitate educational interoperability around digitally enhanced experiments

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4 Author(s)
M. Milrad ; Center for Learning & Knowledge Technol., Vaxjo Univ., Sweden ; U. Hoppe ; J. Gottdenker ; M. Jansen

In this paper we describe our efforts to foster educational interoperability in scenarios using mobile and wireless technologies to support hands-on scientific experimentation and learning. A special focus is given to the idea that innovative uses of mobile and wireless technologies enhance the learners' scientific experience. Specific contributions include the creation of new applications to support interoperability between different mobile devices, thus to provide "glue" between different learning situations. We describe a number of educational scenarios as well as the technologies and the architectural principles behind them.

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Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education, 2004. Proceedings. The 2nd IEEE International Workshop on

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