ONE-TO-ONE TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GLOBAL RESEARCH COLLABORATION

TAK-WAI CHAN, JEREMY ROSCHELLE, SHERRY HSI, KINSHUK, MIKE SHARPLES, TOM BROWN, CHARLES PATTON, JOHN CHERNIAVSKY, ROY PEA, CATHIE NORRIS, ELLIOT SOLOWAY, NICOLAS BALACHEFF (+5 others)
2006 Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning  
Over the next 10 years, we anticipate that personal, portable, wirelessly-networked technologies will become ubiquitous in the lives of learners-indeed, in many countries, this is already a reality. We see that ready-to-hand access creates the potential for a new phase in the evolution of technology-enhanced learning (TEL), characterized by a "seamless learning spaces" and marked by continuity of the learning experience across different scenarios (or environments) and emerging from the
more » ... g from the availability of one device or more per student ("one-to-one"). One-to-one TEL has the potential to "cross the chasm" from early adopters conducting isolated design studies to adoption-based research and widespread implementation, with the help of research and evaluation that gives attention to the digital divide and other potentially negative consequences of pervasive computing. We describe technology-enhanced learning and the affordances of one-to-one computing and outline a research agenda, including the risks and challenges of reaching scale. We reflect upon how this compares with prior patterns of technology innovation and diffusion. We also introduce a community, called "G1:1," that brings together leaders of major research laboratories and one-to-one TEL projects. We share a vision of global research, inviting other research groups to collaborate in ongoing activities.
doi:10.1142/s1793206806000032 fatcat:3wel3osrv5bwxlbugxjpaqwh5q