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by Marcelo Milrad,Ulrich Hoppe,Kinshuk

eBook Proceedings IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technoloies in Education: August 29-30, 2002, Vaxjo, Sweden download ISBN: 0769517064
Author: Marcelo Milrad,Ulrich Hoppe,Kinshuk
Publisher: IEEE (August 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 179
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Category: Technologies
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Consists of nine long papers, 16 short papers, and ten posters from the August 2002 workshop that explore innovative and practical uses of wireless and mobile technologies for learning. Among the subjects of the long papers are a study of user experiences using mobile web content in a museum setting