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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

October 2007 Volume 16, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Doubtful Guest? A Virtual Research Environment for Education

    Vito Laterza, Patrick Carmichael & Richard Procter

    In this paper the authors describe a novel "Virtual Research Environment" (VRE) based on the Sakai Virtual Collaboration Environment and designed to support education research. This VRE has been... More

    pp. 249-267

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  2. Collaboration, Coherence and Capacity-Building: The Role of DSpace in Supporting and Understanding the TLRP

    Richard Procter

    This paper describes how the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) has implemented and applied DSpace as a digital repository for project and programme outputs, including published... More

    pp. 269-288

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  3. Using a Virtual Research Environment to Support New Models of Collaborative and Participative Research in Scottish Education

    Alastair Wilson, Sanna Rimpilainen, Don Skinner, Claire Cassidy, Donald Christie, Norman Coutts & Christine Sinclair

    Drawing on research supported within the Scottish "Applied Educational Research Scheme" this paper explores the use of the Virtual Research Environment (VRE) in developing "communities of enquiry" ... More

    pp. 289-304

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  4. E-Consultation with Pupils: A Rights-Based Approach to the Integration of Citizenship Education and ICT

    Lesley McEvoy & Laura Lundy

    This article is based on a pilot study which sought to directly engage pupils in a current government policy initiative using a variety of e-consultation mechanisms and explores how this innovative... More

    pp. 305-319

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  5. Using Video-Stimulated Reflective Dialogue to Learn from Children about Their Learning with and without ICT

    Howard Tanner & Sonia Jones

    The Interactive Teaching and ICT project explores the process of interactive teaching and learning with and without information and communications technology. A key technique in the authors'... More

    pp. 321-335

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  6. Technology-Enhanced Research: Educational ICT Systems as Research Instruments

    Richard Cox

    Determining the potential of educational information and communications technology for enhancing teaching and learning is the subject of a great deal of research activity. This paper argues that... More

    pp. 337-356

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