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by Stephen Downes
May 22, 2014

Ubiquitous Learning Project Using Life - logging Technology in Japan
Noriko Uosaki, Bin Hou, Mengmeng Li, Hiroaki Ogata, Kosuke Mouri, Songran Liu, Educational Technology & Society, May 22, 2014

You may not think that life-logging and online learning are linked, but if you think of online learning as a ubiquitous services that learns from your every move, you can see how tightly the two may be linked. This paper presents a system called SCROLL (System for Capturing and Reusing of Learning Log). This in turn is based on the LORE model: Log, Organize, Reuse, Evaluate. The current issue of Educational Technology and Society is available as a PDF download or on the web (this link will reset to a new issue in a few months). It's a special issue on "Powering Up: Insights from Distinguished Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning Projects across the World."

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