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Peterson, Don; Levene, Mark (2003)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: csis
An emerging wave of 'ambient' technologies has the potential to support learning in new and particular ways. In this paper we propose a 'trail model' of 'navigational learning' which links some particular learning needs to the potentialities of these technologies. In this context, we outline the design and use of an 'experience recorder', a technology to support learning in museums. In terms of policy for the e-society, these proposals are relevant to the need for personalised and individualised learning support.
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    • LEVENE, M. & LOIZOU, G. (1999). Navigation in Hypertext is easy only sometimes. SIAM Journal on Computing, 29, 728-760.
    • LEVENE, M. & LOIZOU, G. (2002). Web Interaction and the navigation problem in Hypertext. In A. Kent, J.G. Williams and C.M. Hall (eds), Encyclopedia of Microcomputers, New York: Marcel Dekker, 381-398.
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