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Developing confidence in the use of digital tools in teaching

Posted on 30 Apr 2015 with 0 comments
Learning environment Mobile learning Pedagogy Teacher capacity

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In this study higher education teachers were offered new mobile devices with very few conditions attached. The aim was to introduce staff to mobile technology and how it could be used to support teaching and learning within a small, interdisciplinary campus. The study hypothesized that by offering staff the simple incentive of new mobile devices for professional and private use, they will be keener to adopt new practices.


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