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The Interactive Lecture - A new Teaching Paradigm Based on Ubiquitous Computing

Author(s): Nicolai Scheele, Martin Mauve, Wolfgang Effelsberg, Anja Wessels, Holger Horz, Stephan Fries.
Title: The Interactive Lecture - A new Teaching Paradigm Based on Ubiquitous Computing
Published: Poster Proceeding of the CSCL 2003, , pp. 135-137, Bergen, Norway, 06 2003
Keyword(s): mobile computing, cscl
Abstract: In this paper we present a new teaching paradigm based on ubiquitous computing, which we call theInteractive Lecture.It specifically supports situations where the interactivity between students and lecturer is usuallylimited, such as lectureswith a large number of students, or teleteaching scenarios. In an Interactive Lecture each student isequipped with a handheldcomputer. These computers connect to the computer of the lecturer via wireless communication. Interactivitybetween students andlecturer is then increased by a number of services. Examples for these services are: online-feedback whichenables students togive immediate feedback about the lecture (e.g., about its speed and difficulty), or online-quizzes whereall students participatein solving problems described by the lecturer. We have developed a first prototype of the software andperformed a thoroughevaluation during a graduate course. The results of this evaluation indicate that interactivity wasincreased significantly andthat the students were very enthusiastic about participation in Interactive Lectures in the future.
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