Strategies used by Students in a World of Technology Enhanced Learning. E.A. Draffan On the move! Desktop to portable PDA to mobile phone Networked software to pen drive Web to Web 2.0 Browser based assistive technologies E-learning to e-learning 2.0 Desktop to Portable
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Desktop to Portable
Leopard and Voice Over
Nuance Talks and Wayfinder
76% access internet from bedroom.
Two-thirds using social networking sites ‘regularly’
84% agreeing they ‘like to keep up-to-date with new technology and use it as much as possible both for study and in my free time’.
Blackboard and Moodle
Accessibar for changing text size type, colours, text to speech, background, zoom.
ieSpell and similar Firefox add-ins for editing.
Time Management – Tab Groups
LexDis Project website
Mrs E.A. Draffan
Electronics and Computer Science.
University of Southampton
Mobile 07976 289103