Eileen Scanlon
Eileen Scanlon
Regius Professor of Open Education,Institute of Educational Technology, Open University
Verified email at open.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Informal learning with PDAs and smartphones
G Clough, AC Jones, P McAndrew, E Scanlon
Journal of computer assisted learning, 2008
2872008
Using technology in higher education: An activity theory perspective
K Isssroff, E Scanlon
Journal of Computer assisted learning 18 (1), 77-83, 2002
2142002
Combining interaction and context design to support collaborative argumentation using a tool for synchronous CMC
S Mcalister, A Ravenscroft, E Scanlon
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20 (3), 194-204, 2004
2072004
Mobile learning: Two case studies of supporting inquiry learning in informal and semiformal settings
AC Jones, E Scanlon, G Clough
Computers & Education 61, 21-32, 2013
2042013
Activity theory and higher education: Evaluating learning technologies
E Scanlon, K Issroff
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 21 (6), 430-439, 2005
1762005
Mobile technologies: prospects for their use in learning in informal science settings
E Scanlon, A Jones, J Waycott
Journal of Interactive Media in Education 2005, 17 pages, 2005
1692005
Digital scholarship considered: How new technologies could transform academic work.
N Pearce, M Weller, E Scanlon, S Kinsley
in education 16 (1), 2011
1532011
Preliminary experiments with a distributed multi-media problem solving environment
R Smith
Proc. ECSCW'89, 19-34, 1989
1411989
Museum learning via social and mobile technologies:(How) can online interactions enhance the visitor experience?
K Charitonos, C Blake, E Scanlon, A Jones
British Journal of Educational Technology 43 (5), 802-819, 2012
1402012
Contexts for evaluating educational software
A Jones, E Scanlon, C Tosunoglu, E Morris, S Ross, P Butcher, ...
Interacting with Computers 11 (5), 499-516, 1999
1271999
Using remote laboratories to extend access to science and engineering
C Colwell, E Scanlon, M Cooper
Computers & Education 38 (1-3), 65-76, 2002
1192002
Remote experiments, re-versioning and re-thinking science learning
E Scanlon, C Colwell, M Cooper, T Di Paolo
Computers & Education 43 (1-2), 153-163, 2004
1182004
Reconsidering simulations in science education at a distance: features of effective use
C Blake, E Scanlon
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 23 (6), 491-502, 2007
1132007
PDAs as lifelong learning tools: an activity theory based analysis
J Waycott, A Jones, E Scanlon
Learning, Media and Technology 30 (2), 107-130, 2005
1042005
The role of the graphic calculator in mediating graphing activity
S Hennessy, P Fung, E Scanlon
International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 32 …, 2001
1032001
Using mobile devices for learning in informal settings: is it motivating?
A Jones, K Issroff, E Scanlon, G Clough, P McAndrew, C Blake
IADIS Press, 2006
1012006
Computer-supported collaborative learning: Problem solving and distance education
CE O'MALLEY, E Scanlon
Computer Assisted Learning, 127-136, 1990
861990
Design of a computer‐augmented curriculum for mechanics
S Hennessy, D Twigger, R Driver, T O'Shea, CE O'Malley, M Byard, ...
International Journal of Science Education 17 (1), 75-92, 1995
801995
Contemporary approaches to learning science: technologically-mediated practical work
E Scanlon, E Morris, T Di Paolo, M Cooper
Studies in Science Education 38 (1), 73-114, 2002
772002
nQuire: technological support for personal inquiry learning
P Mulholland, S Anastopoulou, T Collins, M Feisst, M Gaved, L Kerawalla, ...
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 5 (2), 157-169, 2011
742011
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