Handheld Bibliography


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Havinga, P. J. M., (2000, February). Mobile Multimedia Systems. Ph.D. thesis. University of Twente. [Online].
Available: http://wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl/~havinga/thesis/index.html

Hsi, S. Using Handheld Technologies to Connect Web-based Learning to Outdoor Investigations. Paper presented at NARST 2000, National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Meeting. April 30-May 3, 2000.

Hsi, S., Collison, J., and Staudt, C. Bridging Web-based Science Learning with Outdoor Inquiry using Palm Computers. Presentation to AERA, American Education Researcher Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, April 24-28, 2000.

Staudt, C., and Hsi, S. (1999) Synergy projects and pocket computers. @Concord 3:3. p http://www.concord.org/library/1999spring/synergyproj.html

Heinecke, W. F., Blasi, L., Milman, N., & Washington, L. (1999). New directions in the evaluation of the effectiveness of educational technology. The Secretary’s Conference on Educational Technology. [Online].
Available: http://www.ed.gov/Technology/TechConf/1999/whitepapers/paper8.html

Inkpen, Kori M. (1999). Designing Handheld Technologies for Kids Personal Technologies, 3(1), May 1999.

Inkpen, Kori M. (1999). Designing Handheld Technologies for Kids. Personal Technologies Journal, 3 (1&2), pp. 81-89. [Online].
Available: http://www.cs.sfu.ca/people/Faculty/inkpen/Papers/hcscw_inkpen.pdf

International Data Corporation. (1997). Understanding the Total Cost and Value of Integrating Technology in Schools.

Johnson, D. & Nissenbaum, H. (1995). Computers, ethics, and social values. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Jonassen, D. H. (2000). Computers as mind tools for schools: Engaging critical thinking (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Merrill.

Jones, M. L.W., Rieger, R. H, Treadwell, P., Gay, G. (2000) Live from the Stacks: User Feedback on Mobile Computers and Wireless Tools for Library Patrons, ACM Digital Library, June. http://www.nomad.cornell.edu/research/stacksrpt.htm

Kindberg, T., Barton, J., Morgan, J., Becker, G., et a. People, places, things: web presence for the real world. HP Technical Report. http://cooltown.hp.com/papers/webpres/WebPresence.htm

Kindberg, T. and Barton,J. A Web-Based Nomadic Computing System. Tim Computer Networks, 35 (2001) 443-456, Elsevier

Kirk, H. (2001) Accessibility and New Technology in the Museum. Paper presented at Museums and the Web 2001 Conference, March 15-17, Seattle Washington. http://www.archimuse.com/mw2001/papers/kirk/kirk.html

Landay, J. A., Davis, R. C., Chen, V., Huang, H., Lee, R. B., Li, F., Lin, J., Morrey III, C. B., and Schleimer, B. "NotePals: Sharing and Synchronizing Handwritten Notes with Multimedia Documents." In Handheld CSCW Workshop: CSCW 98, Seattle, WA, Nov. 14, 1998.

Landay J. A. & Davis, R. C. "Making Sharing Pervasive: Ubiquitous Computing for Shared Note Taking." IBM Systems Journal, 1999. 38(4): p. 531-550.

Linn, M. C., & Hsi, S. (2000). Computers, teachers, peers: Science learning partners. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Long, S., Kooper, R., Abowd, G. D., and Atkeson, C. G. Rapid Prototyping of Mobile Context-Aware Applications:The Cyberguide Case Study. In the Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom'96), November 1996.

Lorion, M. & Staudt, C. (2000). The Future of Handheld Computers in Education: A conversation with Palm, Inc. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/newsletter/2000fall/futureofhandhelds.html

Lumley, D. & Bailey, G. (1997). Planning for technology: A guidebook for teachers, technology leaders, and school administrators. Best Practices Series, National Educational Service.

Martin, W., Rieger, R., Gay, G. (1999). Designing across disciplines: Negotiating collaborator interests in a digital museum project. International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting, Washington, DC.

McKenzie, J. (1997) Ending the siege: Introducing Technologies to the Regular Classroom. From Now On.

McNabb, M, Hawkes, M. & Rouk, U. (1999), Critical issues in evaluating the effectiveness of technology. The Secretary’s Conference on Educational Technology.

Means, B., Blando, J., Olson, K., Middleton, T., Remz, A. & Zorfass, J. (1993). “Using Technology to support education reform.” U. S. Department of Education. Washington, D.C.

Moursund, D. (1998, April). Some ‘hidden’ costs of computers. Learning and Leading With Technology.

Novak, T. P. & Hoffman, Dl L. (1998, February 2). Bridging the Digital Divide: The Impact of Race on Computer Access and Internet Use. Project 2000 Vanderbilt University. [Online].
Available: http://elab.vanderbilt.edu/research/papers/html/manuscripts/race/science.html

November, A. (2001). Empowering Students with Technology. Chicago: Skylight Professional Development.

Olsson, T. (1997) Students with eMates Take to the Field: Learning Science by Doing Science. Apple Learning Technology Review. http://www.apple.com/education/LTReview/fall97/main2/default.html

Osuma, R. (2001, March 15). Handheld computers becoming increasingly popular. Air Force News Archive. [Online].
Available: http://www.af.mil/news/Mar2001/n20010315_0370.shtml

Parhan, C. (1997). The trouble with technology Planning. Technology and Learning. 18(2), 47.

Pea, R. & Sheingold, K. (Eds.) (1987). Mirrors of minds: Patterns of experience in educational computing. Norwood, N.J: Ablex.

Perkins, J. Handscape Project Description: An investigation of Wireless Technology in the Museum Community September 30, 2000 http://www.cimi.org/wg/handscape/Handscape_long_desc.html

Pownell, D. & Bailey, G. D. (2001, June) Getting a handle on handhelds. Electronic School. [Online].
Available: http://www.electronicschool.com/2001/06/0601handhelds.html

Pownell, D. & Bailey, G. D. (2000). Handheld computing for educational leaders: A Tool for Organizing or Empowerment. Learning and Leading with Technology. 27(8), 46-49, 59-60.


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