|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Learning with portable computers|
|Citation:||Gardner J, Morrison H, Jarman R, Reilly C & McNally H (1994) Learning with portable computers, Computers and Education, 22 (1-2), pp. 161-171.|
|Abstract:||This paper provides an overview of the main findings of the Pupils' Learning and Access to Information Technology (PLAIT) project, a project designed to investigate the impact of using portable computers on pupils' learning. The research was undertaken in nine schools with 235 pupils each having full-time ownership of a personal portable computer over one school year. The evaluation involved quantitative and qualitative methods and the findings are reported under two main headings: the potential of portables for enhancing learning and issues related to operationalizing their use. The results suggest that U.K. curriculum design encourages separation of process-based learning from content-based learning and is militating against the potential for information technology to impact on pupils' learning.|
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