Wireless and mobile technologies to enhance teaching and learning

  • Liu T
  • Wang H
  • Liang J
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Abstract This research aims to build a Wireless Technology Enhanced Classroom (WiTEC) that supports everyday activities unobtrusively and seamlessly in classroom contexts. This paper describes the integration of wireless LAN, wireless mobile learning devices, an electronic whiteboard, an interactive classroom server, and a resource and class management server to build the WiTEC. This contains a number of features that can support class members in various types of teaching and learning activities. Project-based learning is taken as a scenario to elaborate how teachers and students can engage in teaching and learning via WiTEC. Finally, a number of suggestions are discussed for further study.

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  • T C Liu

  • H Y Wang

  • J K Liang

  • T W Chan

  • H W Ko

  • J C Yang

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