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  • 1.   Designing ubiquitous computing to enhance children's learning in museums

    This article presents the results of a design process that set out to explore interactive techniques, which utilized ubiquitous computer technology, to stimulate active participation, involvement and learning by children visiting a museum

    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Vol: 22 Page: 231-243 2006
    Tony Hall; L. Bannon

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  • 2.   Evaluation of the Parenting Wisely CD-ROM Parent-Thinking Programme

    The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of Parenting Wisely, an interactive CD-ROM parent-training programme, in terms of reducing behaviour problems in children and increasing parents' knowledge

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 23 Page: 62-72 2002
    Helen O'Neill; Roger Woodward

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  • 3.   The additional uses of CALL in the endangered language context

    The aim of this study was to describe the use of CALL in the endangered language context

    ReCALL: Journal of Eurocall, Vol: 16 Page: 345-359 2004
    Monica Ward

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