Bring your own digital device in teacher education
MetadataShow full item record
This article reports on an investigation to advise a teacher education institution on the feasibility of having a “Bring Your Own Digital Device” policy for students. The investigation built on components of two research projects while adding the comprehensive testing of representative potential hardware and software platforms. The initial emphasis was on identifying the digital technology demands of our teacher education courses. A representative range of potential devices was tested against these demands. At the time of testing, all laptop devices were found to be adequate but only the iPad was adequate in the mobile range. In a survey of a sample of students, nearly all owned an appropriate device but most made limited, if any, use of it at the university.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Mangan, E.; Leavy, J.; Jancey, Jonine (2018)Issue addressed: Over the past decade, mobile device use has increased significantly. Adults are now using their mobile device whilst undertaking a range of work and social activities. This naturalistic study aimed to ...
Roll-to-Roll Sputter Coating of Aluminum Cathodes for Large-Scale Fabrication of Organic Photovoltaic DevicesGriffith, M.; Cooling, N.; Vaughan, B.; O'Donnell, Kane; Al-Mudhaffer, M.; Al-Ahmad, A.; Noori, M.; Almyahi, F.; Belcher, W.; Dastoor, P. (2015)We report the demonstration of sputter-coated aluminum contacts directly onto P3HT:PCBM organic photovoltaic devices using a R2R process without detrimentally influencing the performance of the devices. The final sputtered ...
Use of mechanical airway clearance devices in the home by people with neuromuscular disorders: effects on health service use and lifestyle benefitsMahede, T.; Davis, G.; Rutkay, A.; Baxendale, S.; Sun, W.; Dawkins, Hugh; Molster, C.; Graham, C. (2015)Background; People with neuromuscular disorders (NMD) exhibit weak coughs and are susceptible to recurrent chest infections and acute respiratory complications, the most frequent reasons for their unplanned hospital ...