Handheld Bibliography


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Regan L. Mandryk, Kori M. Inkpen, Mark Bilezikjian, Scott R. Klemmer, and James A. Landay. "Supporting Children's Collaboration Across Handheld Computers." In Extended Abstracts of CHI 2001, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seattle, WA, April 2001. pp. 255-256.

Rieger, R.. & Gay. G, "Using Mobile Computing to Enhance Field Study" by Robert p, 215-223. Proceedings from the Computer-supported Collaborative Learning Conference: CSCL 97, Toronto. Dec 10-14

Ringle, M. & Updegrove, D. (1998, November 1). Is Strategic Planning for Technology an Oxymoron? [Online].
Available: http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/html/cem9814.html

Rosenbaum, D. (2000, August). Power Structure. Portable Computing.

Sandholtz, J., Ringstaff, C. & Dwyer, D. (1997). Teaching with technology: Creating student-centered classrooms. New York: Teachers College Press.

Sawhney, N., Abowd, G. & Atkeson, C. (1996). Georgia Institute of Technology. [Online].
Available: http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fce/c2000/pubs/chi96/index.html

Schofield, J. W. (1995) Computers and Classroom Culture. N. Y. Cambridge University Press.

Schwartz, K. D. (2000). It’s a tool, not a toy. Mobile Computing & Communication. 11(5), 77-84.

Sharples, M. (2000). The design of personal mobile technologies for lifelong learning. Computers & Education. 34, 177-193.

Shields, J. (2001, March). Wireless networks come of age. Technology & Learning.

Soloway, E., Grant, W., Tinker, R., Roschelle, J., Mills, M., Resnick, M., Berg, R., & Eisenberg, M. (1999). Science in the palm of their hands. Communications of the ACM, 42(8), 21-26.

Soloway, E., Grant, W., Tinker, R., Roschelle, J., Mills, M., Resnick, M., Berg, R., & Eisenberg, M. (1999). Science in the palm of their hands. Communications of the ACM, 42(8), 21-26.

Soloway, E., Norris, C., Blumenfeld, P., Fishman, B., Krajcik, J. and Marx, R. Devices are Ready-at-Hand, The Communicaitons of the ACM, June, 2001 http://www.handheld.hice-dev.org/readyAtHand.htm

Spasojevic, M. and Kindberg, Tim (2001) A Study of an Augmented Museum Experience. HPL-2001-178 Technical Report # 20010726 http://www.hpl.hp.com/techreports/2001/HPL-2001-178.html

Staudt, C. (2002). Handhelds Track Student Progress: Instant Feedback Through Beaming Identifies Student Misconceptions. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/newsletter/2002winter/handhelds.html

Staudt, C. & Horowitz, P. (2001). Reconciling Conflicting Evidence: Researchers use models and handhelds to investigate how students learn science. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/newsletter/2001spring/evidence.html

Staudt, C. (1999). Probing untested ground: Young Students Learn to Use Handheld Computers. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/pubs/1999fall/untested-ground.html

Staudt, C. & Hsi, Sherry. (1999) Synergy Projects and Pocket Computers. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/newsletter/1999spring/synergyproj.html

Tapscott, D. (1990). Growing up digital. New York: Hill Unlimited.

"Technology Foundation Standards for All Students." (2002). International Society for Technology in Education. [Online].
Available: http://cnets.iste.org/index2.html

Tenner, E. (1996). Why things bite back: Technology and the revenge of unintended consequences. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Thornburg, D. (2001). Campfires in Cyberspace: Primordial Metaphors for Learning in the 21st Century. The Thornburg Center. [Online].
Available: http://www.tcpd.org/thornburg/handouts/Campfires.pdf

Tinker, B., Staudt, C. & Walton, D. (2002) The Handheld Computer as Field Guide (Monday’s Lesson). The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/newsletter/2002winter/monday_lesson.html

Tinker, R. F. & Krajcik, J. S. (Eds.). (2001). Portable Technologies: Science Learning in Context. New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers.

Tinker, R. (1996). The Whole World in Their Hands. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.ed.gov/Technology/Futures/tinker.html

Tinker, R. (1990). Teaching Theory Building. The Concord Consortium. [Online].
Available: http://www.concord.org/library/teachingtheory.html

Tristram, C. (2002, April). Hand-helds of Tomorrow. MIT’S Magazine of Innovation Technology Review. 105 (3), 35-40.

Trotter, A. (2001, September 26). Handheld Computing: New Best Tech Tool Or Just a Fad? Education Week.

12 Learning Interventions That Combat Technophobia. (2000, March). Learning Circuits. ASTD. [Online].
Available: http://www.learningcircuits.org/mar2000/mar2000_elearn.html

Webb, W. (2001, Jul/Aug), PDA Primer. Online Learning.

Woodruff, A., M.H. Szymanski, P.M. Aoki, and A. Hurst.  "The Conversational Role of Electronic Guidebooks."  To appear Proc. UBICOMP 2001, © Springer-Verlag.

A. Woodruff, P.M. Aoki, A. Hurst, and M.H. Szymanski.  "Electronic Guidebooks and Visitor Attention."  To appear Proc. International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting 2001.

Wireless Computer Networking: WANs and LANs. [Online].
Available: http://www.tcet.unt.edu/wlan.htm

Zern, K. (2002). Evaluation Report – Handheld Computers and Learning in the Informal Museum Setting. Physical Science Exhibit Interpretation (PSEI). Boston: Museum of Science.
Available: http://usight.concord.org/documents/probe_report.pdf


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