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Ellis J, Teasdale DW, Vernazza C, Cotterill SJ, Drummond P, Moss JD, Scott L, Thomason M.
Effective use of ePortfolios and mobile technologies to support learning and assessment in Dentistry.
Proc.'ePortfolios, identity and personalised learning in healthcare education', HE Academy MEDEV Sub 2008; ISBN 978-1-905788-66-2:42-49

Garrett BM, Jackson C
Nurse Education Today A mobile clinical e-portfolio for nursing and medical students, using wireless personal digital assistants (PDAs)
Nurse Education Today 2006; 26(8):647-654

Cobcroft R, Towers S, Smith J, Bruns A
Literature Review into Mobile Learning in the University Context
Queensland University of Technolgy 2006

Naismith L, Lonsdale P, Vavoula G, Sharples M
Literature Review in Mobile Technologies and Learning
NESTA futureLab, University of Birmingham 2006

Aziz O, Panesar SS, Netuveli G, Paraskeva P,Sheikh A, Darzi A
Handheld computers and the 21st century surgical team: a pilot study
BMC Med Inform Decis Mak 2005

Corlett D, Sharples M, Bull S, Chan T
Evaluation of a mobile learning organiser for university students
Journal of Computer Assisted learning 2005; 21:162–170

SchwabeG, Goth C
Mobile Learning with a Mobile Game: Design and Motivational Effects
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 2005; 21(3):204-16

Roschelle J, Penuel WR, L Yarnall, Tatar D
Handheld Tools that “Informate” Assessment of Student Learning in Science: A Requirements Analysis
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 2005; 21(3):190-203

Johnson ED, Pancoast PE, Mitchell JA, Shyu CR.
J Med Libr Assoc. Design and evaluation of a personal digital assistant
J Med Libr Assoc. 2004; 92(4):438-44.

Carroll AE, Tarczy-Hornoch P, O'Reilly E, Christakis DA
Pediatrics The Effect of Point-of-Care Personal Digital Assistant Use on Resident Documentation Discrepancies
Pediatrics 2004; 113(3):450-4

Greenberg R.
Med Educ. Use of the personal digital assistant (PDA) in medical education.
Med Educ. 2004; 38(5):570-1

Johnston JM, Leung GM, Tin KY, Ho LM, Lam W, Fielding R.
Med Educ. Evaluation of a handheld clinical decision support tool for evidence-based learning and practice in medical undergraduates.
Med Educ. 2004; 38(6):628-37

Topps D, Evans R., Khan L, Hays R.
Personal Digital Assistants in Vocational Training. Project Final Report
James Cook University 2004

Menon AS, Moffett S, Enriquez M, Martinez MM, Dev P, Grappone T.
Audience response made easy: using personal digital assistants as a classroom polling tool.
J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2004; 11(3):217-20

Al-Ubaydli M.
BMJ Handheld computers. [Review]
BMJ 2004; 328(7449):1181-4

McLeod TG, Ebbert JO, Lymp JF.
Survey assessment of personal digital assistant use among trainees and attending physicians.
J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2003; 10(6):605-7.

Engum SA.
Am J Surg Do you know your students' basic clinical skills exposure?
Am J Surg 2003; 186(2):175-81

Moore L, Richardson BR, Williams RW.
Proc AMIA Symp. The USU medical PDA initiative: the PDA as an educational tool.
Proc AMIA Symp. 2002; :528-32