By Reggie Kwan, Robert Fox, F. T. Chan, Philip Tsang
This quantity presents an updated examine of concept and perform at the significance of expertise in educating and studying. The contributions are conscientiously peer-reviewed from over a hundred submissions to the overseas convention on educating and studying 2006, held in Hong Kong.
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Enhancing Learning Through Technology by Reggie Kwan, Robert Fox, F. T. Chan, Philip Tsang