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Jongedijk, L. (2008, April). Final research results from BC's Connect Learners' Technology projects. Presentation at the Virtual School Society annual conference, Vancouver, BC.

A presentation reporting the results from nine Provincial Connected Learners' Technology Grant Projects across BC, reviewing the technologies used in the fourteen schools districts and discussing the lessons learned.

Jongedijk, L., Childs, E., & Carbol, B. (2006). Developing, integrating and delivering successful distributed learning environments for your students: Best practices and lessons learned: The good, the bad and the unexpected!. In T. Reeves & S. Yamashita (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2006 (pp. 628-636). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

An article reporting the first-round findings from nine Connect Learners' Technology projects conducted across BC. Students from fourteen public school districts and nine first nation schools and French classes were involved into the first-round of data collection. The authors summarized technology perceptions from students', teachers' and parents' perspectives, and also discussed teachers' professional development and student achievement. The first-round data revealed there were positive feelings about the technology among all the users. Plans for further research were also included.

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