Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her primary areas of study are Educational technology, Pedagogy, Distance education, Mathematics education and Higher education. Her study in Educational technology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mobile technology, Science education, Knowledge management and Activity theory. Eileen Scanlon interconnects Computer-mediated communication and Public relations in the investigation of issues within Pedagogy.
Eileen Scanlon has researched Distance education in several fields, including Educational assessment, Multimedia, Educational evaluation and Usability. The Observational learning research Eileen Scanlon does as part of her general Mathematics education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as TRIPS architecture, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her Higher education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer-Assisted Instruction, Open university and Web 2.0.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Pedagogy, Educational technology, Mathematics education and Multimedia. Her research investigates the connection with Knowledge management and areas like Distance education which intersect with concerns in Science education. Her Pedagogy study frequently links to other fields, such as Information and Communications Technology.
Her Educational technology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Experiential learning, Active learning, Open learning and Informal learning. Her research investigates the connection between Mathematics education and topics such as Higher education that intersect with issues in Computer-Assisted Instruction. Eileen Scanlon regularly ties together related areas like Human–computer interaction in her Multimedia studies.
Eileen Scanlon focuses on Public relations, Educational technology, Citizen science, Pedagogy and Engineering ethics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Online community, Data collection and Set in addition to Public relations. Her Educational technology research integrates issues from Social learning, Knowledge management, Active learning, Personalization and Learning analytics.
Her research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Open learning, Deliverable and Value. Her work on Open university as part of her general Pedagogy study is frequently connected to Vocabulary, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Learning sciences course of study focuses on Underdevelopment and Mathematics education.
Her primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Educational technology, Citizen science, Knowledge management and Informal learning. Her work on Public engagement as part of general Public relations research is often related to Profit, thus linking different fields of science. To a larger extent, she studies Pedagogy with the aim of understanding Educational technology.
Her work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Active learning, Learning sciences, Affordance, Open learning and End user. Eileen Scanlon has included themes like Lifelong learning, Language acquisition, Peer support and Social change in her Informal learning study. Her research integrates issues of Higher education, Multimedia and Science instruction in her study of Blended learning.
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Informal Learning with PDAs and Smartphones
Gill Clough;Ann C. Jones;Patrick McAndrew;Eileen Scanlon.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2008)
Using Technology in Higher Education: An Activity Theory Perspective
Kim Issroff;Eileen Scanlon.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2002)
New Directions in Educational Technology
Eileen Scanlon;Tim O'Shea.
Mobile learning: Two case studies of supporting inquiry learning in informal and semiformal settings
Ann C. Jones;Eileen Scanlon;Gill Clough.
Computer Education (2013)
Combining interaction and context design to support collaborative argumentation using a tool for synchronous CMC
Simon Mcalister;Andrew Ravenscroft;Eileen Scanlon.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2004)
Activity Theory and Higher Education : evaluating learning technologies
Eileen Scanlon;Kim Issroff.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2005)
Mobile technologies: prospects for their use in learning in informal science settings
Eileen Scanlon;Ann C. Jones;Jenny Waycott.
Journal of interactive media in education (2005)
Museum Learning via Social and Mobile Technologies: (How) Can Online Interactions Enhance the Visitor Experience?.
Koula Charitonos;Canan Tosunoglu Blake;Eileen Scanlon;Ann C. Jones.
British Journal of Educational Technology (2012)
Digital scholarship considered : how new technologies could transform academic work.
Nick Pearce;Martin Weller;Eileen Scanlon;Samuel Kinsley.
in education, 2011, Vol.16(1) [Peer Reviewed Journal] (2011)
Preliminary experiments with a distributed, multi-media, problem solving environment
Randall B. Smith;Tim O'Shea;Claire O'Malley;Eileen Scanlon.
Studies in computer supported cooperative work (1990)
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