communication; eLearning; instructional design; argumentation; innovation acceptance; team communication; education; digital technologies; design; knowledge society; learning; digital natives; generation Y; e-thnography
Rapetti Emanuele, Cantoni Lorenzo (2011), “Digital Natives” and learning with the ICTs. The “GenY@ work” research in Ticino, Switzerland, in Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society-English Version
, 6(1), 39-49.
Rapanta Chrysi, Argumentation and design deliberation: a mutual relationship, OSSA Conference CD-ROM Proceedings, Windsor, Canada.
Rapanta Chrysi, Argumentation sequences in team design communication, in Praxis
, 18, 107-124.
Rapetti Emanuele, ch. 3 and 6, in OECD publishing (ed.).
Botturi Luca, Rapanta Chrysi, Schmeil Andreas, Communication Patterns in Design Teams, Communicating (by) Design Conference Proceedings, University Saint-Lucas, Brussels, Belgium.
Rapanta Chrysi, Schadewitz Nicole, Holden Georgy, Design and communication patterns observed in an eLearning design team: A case-study, ED-MEDIA Conference Proceedings, EdiLib , Toronto, Canada.
Rapanta Chrysi, Cantoni Lorenzo, Design rationale of team design: a proposal of methodology, Colloque Epique Proceedings, Société d'Ergonomie Francaise, Nice, France.
De Ascaniis S., Tardini Stefano, Rapetti Emanuele, eLearning in a bank setting: the case of BPS (Suisse), Rethinking education in the knowledge society, Ascona, Switzerland.
Rapetti Emanuele, Cantoni Lorenzo, Exploring the added value of digital technologies and eLearning in higher education from learners’ perspective. A research informed by a systematized literature review, Barcelona, Spain, Edu-Learn 2010 Conference Proceedings, Barcelona, Spain Barcelona, Spain.
Cantoni L. Rapetti E. Tardini S., Generation Y and “glocal” working, in B. Bertagni M. La Rosa & F. Salvetti (ed.), FrancoAngeli, Milano, 252-272.
Rapetti Emanuele, Marshall Stewart, Getting over the “generation Y” perspective: observing ICTs in learners’ experiences around the world, in QWERTY Journal of technology, culture, and education
, 5(2 - Specia), 58-85.
Rapetti Emanuele, Vannini Sara, Picco Anna, Is mobile learning a resource in higher education? Data-evidence from an empirical research in Ticino (Switzerland), in Je-LKs, Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society
, 7(2), 47-57.
Tardini Stefano, Rapetti Emanuele, Ciannamea Samanta, Meschitti Viviana, Learners' Voices @ USI-SUPSI, in --
Rapanta Chrysi, Moments of collaboration in a context of eLearning design, RED Conference CD-ROM Proceedings, Lugano, Switzerland.
Rapetti Emanuele, Cantoni Lorenzo, Misic Snjezana, New cultural spaces for learning: the learners’ voices, Giessen, Germany, Online Webasculture conference proceedings, Giessen, Germany Giessen, Germany.
Rapetti Emanuele, Butti Marina, Misic Snjezana, Botturi Luca, Cantoni Lorenzo, Realizing the technological potential of young employees with LEGO ™ bricks, Chicago, IL-USA(1), EPIC2009 conference proceedings , Chicago, IL-USA Chicago, IL-USA(1).
Rapanta Chrysi, The activity theory as a framework to describe and analyze the design communication, in Design Principles & Practices: An International Journal
, 3(3), 406-415.
Rapanta Chrysi, Carmona-Fernandez Marcelo, The epistemological level as a barrier to learning: the role of argumentation, ICERI Conference CD-ROM Proceedings, Madrid, Spain.
Rapetti Emanuele, The knowledge society between “smart devices” and “digital learners”. A pedagogical-anthropological reflection about the implications of dominant rhetoric in eLearning field, Rethinking education in the knowledge society, Ascona (CH).
Rapetti Emanuele, Ciannamea S., Cantoni Lorenzo, Tardini Stefano, The Voice of Learners to Understand ICTs Usages in Learning Experiences: a Quanti-qualitative Research Project in Ticino (Switzerland), Toronto, Ed-Media 2010 Conference Proceedings, Toronto, Canada Toronto.
Rapanta Chrysi, Understanding collaboration in team design, task-oriented interactions, in International Reports on Socio-Informatics
, 7(1), 70-77.
Rapanta Chrysi, Botturi Luca, Schmeil Andreas, Understanding team design communication through the designers’ eye: a descriptive-analytic approach, Design Research Society Conference CD-ROM Proceedings, Montreal, Canada.