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In this section, you’ll find an overview of the evolution of digital learning from web 1.0 through web 2.0 to web 3.0, and the arrival of mobile learning. Under each of these categories there are succinct accounts of the major associated digital tools, platforms and techniques, ranging from blogs and wikis through to virtual reality and augmented reality. The page about each tool typically contains an overview of the relationship of that tool to the various phases of web-enabled learning and mobile learning, followed by details such as what the tool is used for; why it is relevant to education; examples of educational uses; where it can be found or set up; particular implications for mobile learning; variations on and extensions of the basic tool; and any significant risks which should be considered.
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- Smart language learning July 3, 2019PPTELL Conference Taipei, Taiwan 3-5 July 2019 The second Pan-Pacific Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Conference took place over three days in midsummer in Taipei, with a focus on language learning within smart learning environments. In his keynote, In a SMART world, why do we need language learning?, Robert Godwin-Jones spoke of visions of a world with universal […]