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British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Référence :  Vol. 49, n°2, mars 2018

  • Editorial introduction: Collaborative learning enhanced by mobile technologies, Jimmy Jaldemark, Stefan Hrastinski, Anders D. Olofsson and Lena-Maria Öberg
  • Mobile collaborative language learning: State of the art, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme and Olga Viberg
  • Taking an instrumental genesis lens: New insights into collaborative mobile learning, Teresa Cerratto Pargman, Jalal Nouri and Marcelo Milrad
  • Understanding nomadic collaborative learning groups, Thomas Ryberg, Jacob Davidsen and Vivien Hodgson
  • A tale of two communication tools: Discussion-forum and mobile instant-messaging apps in collaborative learning, Zhong Sun, Chin-Hsi Lin, Minhua Wu, Jianshe Zhou and Liming Luo
  • Authoring and enactment of mobile pyramid-based collaborative learning activities, Kalpani Manathunga and Davinia Hernández-Leo
  • Mobile technology affordance and its social implications: A case of “Rain Classroom”, Li Xiangming and Shuqiang Song
  • Toward personal and emotional connectivity in mobile higher education through asynchronous formative audio feedback, Päivi Rasi and Hanna Vuojärvi
  • Mobile-based collaborative learning in the fitness center: A case study on the development of English listening comprehension with a context-aware application, Gi-Zen Liu, Jing-Yao Chen and Gwo-Jen Hwang
  • The effect of “here and now” learning on student engagement and academic achievement, Gavin Northey, Rahul Govind, Tania Bucic, Mathew Chylinski, Rebecca Dolan and Patrick van Esch

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