Using wireless collaboration to enhance university learning spaces and encourage mobile learning practices
This article is a reflection on a presentation, given at the APT 2017 conference, on a case study of wireless iPad projection for enhancing Civil Engineering teaching at City, University of London. It considers how mobile devices might facilitate transformed pedagogies, if socialised within learning spaces.
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