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     Literature Review in Mobile Technologies and Learning
A literature review (2004) authored by Laura Naismith, Peter Lonsdale, Giasemi Vavoula, and Mike Sharples, focusing on new mobile technologies and their relevance for learning, as well as their implications for teaching and learning.
     Charting Past, Present, and Future Research in Ubiquitous Computing
Article by Abowd and Mynatt (2000) from the Georgia Institute of Technology focusing on natural interfaces, context-aware applications, and automated capture and access.
     Handheld Devices for Ubiquitous Learning
Site for the HDUL project at Harvard University, led by Chris Dede. The guiding principles of the HDUL project are to determine how wireless handheld devices can enhance learning and teaching for HGSE's faculty and students, adult participants in the
     Palm Education Pioneers
One of the first large-scale evaluations (2001-2002) of handheld computer integration in K-12 classrooms in the U.S., coordinated by SRI International, and including individual classrooms as well as nine large research hubs across the U.S. including
     mLearn 2003 Book of Abstracts
Abstracts from the 2003 mLearn conference in London.
     GIPSY project (Netherlands
Research project investigating the use of mobile technology in higher education. Mostly in Dutch, end report is in English.
     Manolo project
The Manolo project is an extension of the GIPSY project. It investigates the added value of wireless and mobile technologies for higher education. By defining the effects of e-, w- and m-learning in different educational settings, the project intends
     Mark Weiser's Ubiquitous Computing website
The late Mark Weiser is the father of ubiquitous computing; his web page contains links to many papers on the topic. Make sure to read his paper "The Computer for the 21st Century" published in Scientific American in 1991 and still considered a must-
     Elliot Soloway: Media Lab Colloquium Webcast
Elliot Soloway: Palm-Sized Devices are the Personal Computers of Choice. Video presentation of paper given at MIT November 2002
     Joined-up Texting
Research report by MORI - The role of mobile phones in young people's lives" including the topline results.


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