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Title Inspiring students with digital ink : impact of pen and touch on education / Tracy Hammond, Manoj Prasad, Anna Stepanova, editors
Published Cham : Springer, [2019]


Description 1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)
Series Human-computer interaction series, 1571-5035
Human-computer interaction series. 1571-5035
Contents Part I Introductions and Welcome -- Inspiring Students through Digital Ink: An Introduction -- Part II Sketching Forensics in Education: what we can learn from how you sketch -- The Quantified Student: Using Smartpens and Data Mining to Understand Student Learning and Achievement -- Part III Teaching STEM Through Sketch -- Repairing Misconceptions and Inadequate Preparation in Upper Level Undergraduate Engineering: the KACIE Model and Pen-Based Computing -- Sub-Saharan Teacher STEM Professional Development with Digital Ink: Follow-up (Sub-Saharan Pen-Based Computing Follow-up) -- Part IV Sketch Recognition in STEM -- Qualitative Assessment of CogSketch Worksheets in Introductory Geoscience Laboratory Courses: An Argument for Expanded Use -- FreeStyle: A Sketch-based Wireframing Tool -- Part V Teaching Sketching Skills -- Improvement in Freehand Sketching Application for Spatial Visualization Training -- Part VI Creating Your Learning Environment with Sketching -- Personalizing Student Learning and Enhancing Peer-to-Peer Networks through the Pen-Based MyEduDecks Application -- Part VII Forward Directions with Haptics -- Touch with Feeling
Summary This book highlights the latest research in pen and touch, its current use in STEM classrooms, sketching and haptics technologies. Computer and educational scientists from academia and industry presented their research at the Conference on Pen and Touch Technology on Education (CPTTE) 2017 on the advancement of digital ink technology and its applications for college and K-12 classrooms. This book is the synthesis of the presented results and the ideas generated from conference discussions. This volume contains seven parts; exploring topics like sketching forensics, teaching STEM, sketch recognition applications, creating a learning environment with sketching, teaching to sketch, and haptics. The book focuses on intelligent systems using digital ink that enable pen and touch interaction that teach and inspire students. Inspiring Students through Digital Ink is a must-read for anyone wanting to improve todays student experiences and apply innovative approaches in the classroom. Also highlighted are current and future directions in pen and touch research
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 31, 2019)
Subject Educational technology.
Tablet computers.
Pen-based computers.
Educational Technology
Educational technology.
Pen-based computers.
Tablet computers.
Form Electronic book
Author Hammond, Tracy, editor
Prasad, Manoj, editor
Stepanova, Anna, editor
ISBN 9783030173982