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    Gunn, Cathy (2004)

    Microwave workshop for windows

    White, Colin (1995)
    This paper describes Microwave Workshop for Windows, a suite of three programs which have been designed in the Division of Physics in the University of Portsmouth to perform the dual function of teaching aid and providing a circuit‐design utility in the field of microwave engineering.

    Rich environments for active learning in action: Problem‐based learning

    Grabinger, Scott; Dunlap, Joanna; Duffield, Judith (1997)
    Rich Environments for Active Learning (REALs) are comprehensive instructional systems that are consistent with constructivist theories. They promote study and investigation within authentic contexts; encourage the growth of student responsibility, initiative, decision making and intentional learning; cultivate collaboration among students and teachers; utilize dynamic, interdisciplinary, generative learning activities that promote higher‐order thinking processes to help students develop rich ...

    Inclusion in an age of mobility

    Traxler, John (2016)
    Learning with mobiles in UK universities is not new and is not novel. It is, in fact, at least 10 years old, well-documented and comparable to activity in universities elsewhere in Western Europe, America and Asia Pacific. Continued and dramatic changes in the ownership, access and expectations of mobiles amongst university students and equally across UK society have suddenly propelled learning with mobiles to centre-stage as a feasible proposition but, it is now argued, only if students can ...

    Understanding the development of teaching and learning resources: A review

    Plewes, Louise; Issroff, Kim (2002)
    This paper is a literature review of research concerned with the production of learning resources in higher education (HE). It forms part of a larger research project in progress.
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