Tools for Open Interpretation: using novel, non-desktop computing to support multiple perspectives in children’s historical understanding
(Conference paper, 2004)

Full reference:
Hall, T., Bannon, L., Ciolfi, L., Ferris, K., Gallagher, P., Hickey, N. and A. Hedman (2004), “Tools for Open Interpretation: using novel, non-desktop computing to support multiple perspectives in children’s historical understanding”, Proceedings of ICLS04, International Conference on the Learning Sciences.