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Themes in Science and Technology Education

Dec 31, 2014 Volume 7, Number 2

Editors

AthanassiosMikropoulos, Tassos A. Jimoyiannis

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Accessible collaborative learning using mobile devices

    Mike Wald, Yunjia Li & Ε Draffan

    This paper describes accessible collaborative learning using mobile devices with mobile enhancements to Synote, the freely available, award winning, open source, web based application that makes... More

    pp. 67-82

  2. Cultural viewpoint metaphors guiding the collaborative strategies design of a multitouch tabletop game for people with autism

    Greis Silva, Luciana de Castro Salgado, Maryse Suplino & Alberto Raposo

    Collaborative multitouch applications have been designed to support social interaction and collaboration skills in people with mild autism. However, this kind of application generally is not... More

    pp. 83-98

  3. Developing and evaluating a technology enhanced interaction framework and method that can enhance the accessibility of mobile learning

    Kewalin Angkananon, Mike Wald & Lester Gilbert

    This paper focuses on the development and evaluation of a Technology Enhanced Interaction Framework and Method that can help with designing accessible mobile learning interactions involving... More

    pp. 99-118

  4. EasyLexia 2.0: Redesigning our mobile application for children with learning difficulties

    Roxani Skiada, Eva Soroniati, Anna Gardeli & Dimitrios Zissis

    Dyslexia is one of the most common learning difficulties affecting approximately 15 to 20 per cent of the world’s population. A large amount of research is currently being conducted in exploring... More

    pp. 119-135

  5. The impact of feedback on phonological awareness development

    Maria Kazakou & Spyros Soulis

    The utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in educational practice is indispensable, while it becomes imperative in the education of individuals with special educational... More

    pp. 137-149