Jumping straight into the top-ten ‘computing and internet’ free resources on Apple’s book store comes KMi’s e-Book for iPads on ‘Advances in Technology Enhanced Learning’. Produced by Peter Scott, Paul Lefrere, and Fridolin Wild this free book highlights the most recent breakthroughs in research on learning with technology, from the background of two networks of excellence, eight integrated projects, and a support action funded in in the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development of the European Union.
The book highlights the key outcomes of these research projects in twelve chapters, aiming to explore how to support active engagement in learning with the help of technology. This resource is rich with media to ease access and foster quick uptake amongst learners, instructors, and decision-makers in schools, universities, and workplaces.
The projects discussed range widely over the Technology Enhanced Learning area from: environments for responsive open learning, work-based reflection, work-based social creativity, serious games and many more.