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EDUET
Effective Didactical Use of E-books/E-Textbooks and TabletPCs as Innovative Delivering media

(2004-2006, EC Socrates/Minerva project)

TARGET GROUPS:

The target groups which will benefit directly from the outputs of the project are university professors and lectures. The target groups which will benefit indirectly are the European educators - teachers, VET trainers and other professionals in the field. Students, self-paced learners and other m-learning users, authors of learning resources and (e)publishing industry also could benefit indirectly from the project outputs.

ACTIVITIES:

The main activities are grouped in 3 main project stages - study, design and test along with results evaluation, publishing, dissemination and the project management.

OBJECTIVE:
  • To study all relevant didactical concepts and methodologies from the field of mobile learning based on mobile computer technology as well as cognitive science.
  • Design and test learning resource models in the form of e-textbooks in language learning (Business English) and a common European subject (Energy & the Environment) for colleges, universities and corporate learners.
EXPECTED OUTPUTS:

Comprehensive Guidelines that integrate learning methodology with enabling mobile technologies will be prepared in order to provide a logical framework for promoting mobile learning (m-learning) practices in support of European education and training.

PROMOTER AND COORDINATOR:

MultiMedia SunShine Ltd. (UK)
     » http:///www.mmsunshine.com

PARTNERS:

Infoart (Bulgaria)
     » http://www.infoart-bg.com

English at work GmbH (Germany)
     » http://www.englishatwork.com

e-Learning concepts Rietsch KEG (Austria)
     » http://www.everclever.at

The Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz (Poland)
     » http://www.ahe.edu.pl


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