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    HCI for Technology Enhanced Learning

    People and Computers XXII
    Culture, Creativity, Interaction

    Proceedings of HCI 2008
    The 22nd British HCI Group Annual Conference
    Liverpool John Moores University, UK

    1 - 5 September 2008

    AUTHORS

    Willem-Paul Brinkman, Charles van der Mast, Annette Payne & Joshua Underwood

    ABSTRACT

    The involvement of technology to support and enhance learning is ever increasing; for example moving from the traditional blackboard to electronic whiteboards, from printed books to virtual reality training simulations, and from class room meetings to (a-)synchronised meeting over the web with handheld mobile devices. These technologies promise improved efficiency for traditional ways of learning or even to open up totally new ways of learning. Designing technology-enhanced learning that engages learners in successful learning strategies requires an understanding of the learning context, learners' needs, motivations, habits and desires as well as ease of use. This workshop invites researchers, designers, and educators to discuss their work in this area and explore how HCI practices and methods can be applied or should be extended.

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