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Developing Interactive Logbook: A Personal Learning Environment

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Developing Interactive Logbook: A Personal Learning Environment
Many universities and further education colleges provide Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs). In recent years a new direction has been to extend these to support Personal Development Planning (PDP) and Student Portfolio management. A major limitation of such approach is that the plans and portfolios are owned by the institution, and do not support learning across institutions or in the workplace. We describe the development of an Interactive Logbook (IL) which provides students with a suite of mobile tools for multimedia note-taking, knowledge sharing, learning management and personal development planning. The IL environment is designed to be owned by the student and offers interoperability with a wide range of existing software for learning and office work.
Tony Chan, Dan Corlett, Mike Sharples, Jeffrey Tin
Added 25 Jun 2010
Updated 25 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WMTE
Authors Tony Chan, Dan Corlett, Mike Sharples, Jeffrey Ting, Oliver Westmancott
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