Learning Everywhere: Design and Challenges for the Ubiquitous Learning Society
28-30 November 2005, Tokushima, Japan
Kaleidoscope member Mike Sharples is a Program Co-Chair, and Ulrich Hoppe is on the Steering Committee. Other Kaleidoscope members presented papers.
Kaleidoscope member Mike Sharples of the University of Nottingham (UK) is one of the Program Co-Chairs and Ulrich Hoppe, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) is on the Steering Committee of WMTE 2005, the IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education.
Kaleidoscope members presented the following papers:
"Location is not enough": an Empirical Study of Location-Awareness in Mobile Collaboration, by Nicolas Nova, Fabien Girardin and Pierre Dillenbourg of EPFL (Switzerland)
Adapting to Different Needs in Different Locations, by Susan Bull, Yanchun Cui, Harald Rybig and Mike Sharples
Integrating heterogneous personal devices with public display-based information services, by Marc Jansen, Philipp Rossmanith, Ismail Uzun and Ulrich Hoppe of the University of Duisburg-Essen
Supporting Pervasive Learning Environments: Adaptability and Context Awareness in Mobile Learning, by Antti Syvnen, Russell Beale, Mike Sharples, Mikko Ahonen and Peter Lonsdale
Developing Interactive Logbook : A Personal Learning Environment, by Tony Chan , Dan Corlett, Mike Sharples Jeffrey Ting, Oliver Westmancott
Design Recommendations for a Mobile Language Learning Support Tool Based on Characteristics of Self-Directed Language Learning Projects: Emerging Themes in a Grounded Theory Study, by Patricia Thornton and Mike Sharples
Device Logic and Program Structures in Mixed Reality Simulation Environments, byBjörn Eisen, Marc Jansen and Ulrich Hoppe of the University of Duisburg-Essen