ISD Tablet Research
Special Topic: Learning with Laptops
Provides some history of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative and then describes what MLTI project leaders consider to be the four keys to success: access, a focus on learning, leadership, and professional development in context.
Muir, M., Manchester, B., & Moulton J. (2005, Summer ). Special topic: learning with laptops. Educational Leadership, 62. Retrieved Sep 01, 2005.
The Power of One-to-One: Early Findings from the Maine Learning Technology Initiative
Examines the history and evolution of MLTI through the lens of several research and evaluation studies.
Muir, M., Knezek, G., & Christensen, R. (2004). The power of one-to-one: early findings from the Maine Learning Technology Initiative. Learning & Leading with Technology 32 (3), 6-11.
Copyright © 2004, International Society for Technology in Education
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Research Summaries (Source: AALF)
2007 One-to-One Laptop Initiatives: Powerful Hubs of a Distributed Student Learning Network?
2007 Running head: High School Laptops - Laptop Initiative Impact: Assessed using Student, Parent and Teacher Data
2007 Teacher Concerns During Initial Implementation of a One-to-One Laptop Initiative at the Middle School Level
2008 Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project
2008 Maine's Middle School Laptop Program: Creating Better Writers
2008 One to One computing: What does it bring to schools?
2008 Learning with laptops: A multi-method case study
2009 GenYes White paper: Student Support for Laptop Programs
2009 Assessing Educational Impact of the "Notebook per Every Pupil" Project