Items where Kingston Author is "Stone, Andy"
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Stone, Andy, Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2003) Grounded theory as a means of user-centred design and evaluation of mobile learning systems. In: Nyiri, Kristof, (ed.) Mobile learning: essays on philosophy, psychology and education. Vienna : Passagen Verlag. pp. 189-194. (Communications in the 21st Century) ISBN 3851656032
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Stone, Andy, Alsop, Graham and Tompsett, Chris (2002) Grounded theory as a means of user-centred design and evaluation of mobile learning systems. In: The Social Science of Mobile Learning; 29 Nov 2002, Budapest, Hungary.
Stone, Andy, Briggs, Jonathan and Smith, C. (2002) SMS and interactivity: some results from the field, and its implications on effective uses of mobile technologies in education. In: IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education; 29-30 Aug 2002, Vaxjo, Sweden. ISBN 0769517064
Stone, A. and Briggs, J. (2002) "ITZ GD 2 TXT" - How To Use SMS Effectively In M-Learning. In: European Workshop on Mobile and Contextual Learning; 20 June - 21 June 2002 , Birmingham, U.K..
Stone, A., Alsop, G., Briggs, J. and Tompsett, C. (2002) M-Learning and E-Learning: a review of work undertaken by the Learning Technology Research Group. In: European Workshop on Mobile and Contextual Learning; 20 June - 21 June 2002 , Birmingham, U.K..
Stone, A. (2002) Mobile telephony and learning: nuisance or potential enhancement? In: International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social implications of information and communication technology ; 6 June - 8 June 2002, Raleigh, North Carolina . ISBN 9780780372849
Lefrere, Paul and Stone, Andy (1997) Using web technologies to support a knowledge management culture. In: WebNet 97 - World Conference on the WWW, Internet & Intranet; 1 Nov - 5 Nov 1997, Toronto, Canada. ISBN 9781880094273
Stone, Andy (1996) Project Pilot - The application of telematics in co-operative education. In: WebNet 96 - World Conference of the Web Society; 15 Oct - 19 Oct 1996, San Francisco, California.