mCLT: an application for collaborative learning on a mobile telephone

Arrigo,M; Chiappone, G; Tegolo D

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Mobile technologies offer new opportunities for distance learning and enable people to collaborate anywhere. This paper introduces an innovative mobile platform for computer-supported collaborative learning in which traditional methodologies of collaboration have been improved, based on 3rd-generation mobile telephones. Students can collect and share live data immediately, anywhere and at any time. This enables them to play an active role in the knowledge-building process. The mCLT is potentially an application for ubiquitous collaborative learning.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2005

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mCLT: an application for collaborative learning on a mobile telephone. / Arrigo,M; Chiappone, G; Tegolo D.

2005.

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