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Education and Information Technologies

September 2014 Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Intergenerational Learning Practices--Digital Leaders in Schools

    Don Passey

    This paper explores the management and outcomes of a specific model of intergenerational learning, concerned with student digital leader support in a number of secondary schools in England. A local... More

    pp. 473-494

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  2. LMS Projects: A Platform for Intergenerational E-Learning Collaboration

    Maria Sergeyevna Lyashenko & Natalja Hidarovna Frolova

    Intergenerational learning (IGL) is the process of bringing seniors and juniors together in a collaborative space. Universities have been known to create a stimulating context for generations to... More

    pp. 495-513

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  3. Are Serious Video Games Something More than a Game? A Review on the Effectiveness of Serious Games to Facilitate Intergenerational Learning

    Antonia Ypsilanti, Ana B. Vivas, Teppo Räisänen, Matti Viitala, Tuula Ijäs & Donald Ropes

    Aging diversity in organizations creates potential challenges, particularly for knowledge management, skills update and skills obsolescence. Intergenerational learning (IGL) involves knowledge... More

    pp. 515-529

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  4. Examining the Requirements for an Intergenerational Learning Game

    Teppo Räisänen, Antonia Ypsilanti, Don Ropes, Ana B. Vivas, Matti Viitala & Tuula Ijäs

    Intergenerational learning (IGL) has been identified as a viable way to help organizations deal with the problems an ageing worker population brings with it. Information and communications... More

    pp. 531-547

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  5. ICT, Education and Older People in Australia: A Socio-Technical Analysis

    Arthur Tatnall

    People over 65 (or older people) are a growing proportion of the population in many developed countries including Australia. In the last 10 to 12 years interest from this group in the use of... More

    pp. 549-564

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  6. Students' Readiness to Move from Consumers to Producers of Digital Video Content: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Irish and Indian Students

    Maria Loftus, Peter Tiernan & Sebastian Cherian

    Evidence has shown that students have greatly increased their consumption of digital video, principally through video sharing sites. In parallel, students' participation in video sharing and... More

    pp. 569-582

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  7. The Case of Design-Oriented Pedagogy: What Students' Digital Video Stories Say about Emerging Learning Ecosystems

    Liljeström Anu, Enkenberg Jorma & Pöllänen Sinikka

    This paper presents a case study in which multi-age students (aged 6-12, N?=?32) in small groups made autonomous inquiries about the phenomenon of winter fishing within the framework of design... More

    pp. 583-601

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  8. Video Clips for Youtube: Collaborative Video Creation as an Educational Concept for Knowledge Acquisition and Attitude Change Related to Obesity Stigmatization

    Carmen Zahn, Norbert Schaeffeler, Katrin Elisabeth Giel, Daniel Wessel, Ansgar Thiel, Stephan Zipfel & Friedrich W. Hesse

    Mobile phones and advanced web-based video tools have pushed forward new paradigms for using video in education: Today, students can readily create and broadcast their own digital videos for others... More

    pp. 603-621

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  9. Digital Storytelling and the Nature of Knowledge

    Michael Tan, Shu-Shing Lee & David W. Hung

    While storytelling pedagogy presents novel perspectives and affordances to educators, a fundamental question that bears attention is the match between storytelling pedagogy and the nature of... More

    pp. 623-635

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  10. Tools to Support Expository Video Capture and Access

    Scott Carter, Matthew Cooper, John Adcock & Stacy Branham

    Video tends to be imbalanced as a medium. Typically, content creators invest enormous effort creating work that is then watched passively. However, learning tasks require that users not only... More

    pp. 637-654

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  11. Mobile Panoramic Video Applications for Learning

    Jari Multisilta

    The use of videos on the internet has grown significantly in the last few years. For example, Khan Academy has a large collection of educational videos, especially on STEM subjects, available for... More

    pp. 655-666

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