Resources: Computer assisted learning

3 resources found for "Computer assisted learning"
Education 2020
This is an article from the ESCalate Newsletter no. 10, Spring 2008 written by the education consultant Stephen Heppell. It looks at the recent past and current trends in the use of technology in education and tries to predict how these trends will continue to develop up to the year 2020. It looks at the rise of personalised learning, the impact of globalisation, increased flexibility and portability in the education marketplace and how current...
Learning 2.0 harnessing technology to enhance education
This is a special edition of ESCalate news edited by Eddie Gulc of the Higher Education Academy and aims to explore some of the ways technology and e-learning are enhancing the way we teach and our learners learn. This editorial gives a broad overview of recent policy developments in this area, asks whether the full potential of learning technology is being exploited by practitioners and challenges those in education to look beyond the technology...
No cost technologies to support teaching and learning
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter no 10, Spring 2008 by Simon Ball. It provides a brief overview of freely available assistive technologies such as reading assistance software, screen capture software, audio recording/editing software, screen magnification tools and online discussion tools amongst others. Some of these technologies may be viewed as ‘assistive’ in the sense that their primary intended function is to provide a...