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  1. Strategies used by Students in a World of Technology Enhanced Learning. E.A.Draffan

  2. 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

  3. Desktop to Portable Leopard and Voice Over Nuance Talks and Wayfinder

  4. 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’. Internet Usage

  5. Technologies that are often free, social and portable

  6. Virtual Learning Environments Blackboard and Moodle

  7. Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 • Remixing content, wikis, blogs, YouTube, Del.icio.us, tags, Flickr, pod and vodcasts – interaction and social networking. • Others design interfaces to suit specific needs e.g. Amazon.com and Amazon light

  8. Social

  9. Blogs & Wikis Accessibar for changing text size type, colours, text to speech, background, zoom. ieSpell and similar Firefox add-ins for editing.

  10. Quick Time Management – Tab Groups

  11. E-learning 2.0 • More of Web 2.0 with mash-ups, add-ins and games. • Bottom up, learner driven, peer learning • Minimal development time, user driven. • Delivered when you need it on any platform

  12. Help is on hand! LexDis Project website www.lexdis.ecs.soton.ac.uk Mrs E.A. Draffan Electronics and Computer Science. University of Southampton Mobile 07976 289103 E-mail: ead@ecs.soton.ac.uk