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International Conference on Mobile Learning 2014

2014

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Number of papers: 51

  1. Tweeting as a Tool for Learning Science: The Credibility of Student-Produced Knowledge Content in Educational Contexts

    Kaja Vembe Swensen, Kenneth Silseth & Ingeborg Krange

    In this paper, we will present and discuss data from a research project called MIRACLE, in which high school students learned about energy and energy transformation in a technology-rich learning... More

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  2. M-Learning Pilot at Sofia University

    Elissaveta Gourova, Pavlin Dulev, Dessislava Petrova-Antonova & Boyan Bontchev

    Many universities have designed specialized Learning Management Systems in order to facilitate the management of education, the access to knowledge and educational resources, and the communications... More

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  3. Learners' Ensemble Based Security Conceptual Model for M-Learning System in Malaysian Higher Learning Institution

    Sheila Mahalingam, Faizal Mohd Abdollah & Shahrin Sahib

    M-Learning has a potential to improve efficiency in the education sector and has a tendency to grow advance and transform the learning environment in the future. Yet there are challenges in many... More

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  4. M-Learning and Technological Literacy: Analyzing Benefits for Apprenticeship

    Carlos Manuel Pacheco Cortés & Adriana Margarita Pacheco Cortés

    The following study consists on comparative literature review conducted by several researchers and instructional designers; for a wide comprehension of Mobile-Learning (abbreviated "M-Learning... More

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  5. Improving History Learning through Cultural Heritage, Local History and Technology

    Graça Magro, Joaquim Ramos de Carvalho & Maria José Marcelino

    History learning is many times considered dull and demotivating by young students. Probably this is due because the learning process is disconnected from these students' reality and experience. One... More

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  6. A Mobile Service Oriented Multiple Object Tracking Augmented Reality Architecture for Education and Learning Experiences

    Sasithorn Rattanarungrot, Martin White & Paul Newbury

    This paper describes the design of our service-oriented architecture to support mobile multiple object tracking augmented reality applications applied to education and learning scenarios. The... More

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  7. The Theory Paper: What Is the Future of Mobile Learning?

    John Traxler & Marguerite Koole

    Mobile learning is often described as ubiquitous, pervasive, accessible, and transparent. It has been seen as providing opportunities for those who could not previously cross existing digital... More

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  8. A Review of Integrating Mobile Phones for Language Learning

    Ramiza Darmi & Peter Albion

    Mobile learning (m-learning) is gradually being introduced in language classrooms. All forms of mobile technology represent portability with smarter features. Studies have proven the concomitant... More

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  9. Using Mobile Apps and Social Media for Online Learner-Generated Content

    Paul David Henry

    As part of an evolutionary approach to extending and enhancing the online learning experience for adult students in the LMS-based online college courses that I teach, I have been introducing... More

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  10. Mobile Learning and Early Age Mathematics

    Shir Peled & Shimon Schocken

    The ability to develop engaging simulations and constructive learning experiences using mobile devices is unprecedented, presenting a disruption in educational practices of historical proportions. ... More

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  11. Representations of an Incidental Learning Framework to Support Mobile Learning

    Eileen Scanlon, Mark Gaved, Ann Jones, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Lucas Paletta & Ian Dunwell

    This paper discusses how the particular features of mobile learning can be harnessed to provide new informal learning opportunities in relation to context aware and location based learning. The... More

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  12. Mobile Learning and Art Museums: A Case Study of a New Art Interpretation Approach for Visitor Engagement through Mobile Media

    Victoria López Benito

    Nowadays Mobile technologies in Museums and especially in Art Museums are a popular way of communication with their audiences. These kinds of technologies have a high communicative potential and... More

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  13. Supporting Teachers to Design and Use Mobile Collaborative Learning Games

    Iza Marfisi-Schottman & Sébastien George

    Mobile Collaborative Learning Games combine all the ingredients necessary to attract students' attention and engage them in learning activities. However, designing a coherent scenario that combines... More

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  14. Evaluating QR Code Case Studies Using a Mobile Learning Framework

    Jenni Rikala

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of Quick Response (QR) codes and mobile devices in the context of Finnish basic education. The feasibility was analyzed through a mobile... More

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  15. Designing a Site to Embed and to Interact with Wolfram Alpha Widgets in Math and Sciences Courses

    Francisco Javier Delgado Cepeda & Ruben Dario Santiago Acosta

    This paper reports design and implementation outcomes at middle development advance of an educative program based on use and construction of widgets on Wolfram Alpha platform at higher education... More

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  16. Mobile-Based Chatting for Meaning Negotiation in Foreign Language Learning

    María Dolores Castrillo, Elena Martín-Monje & Elena Bárcena

    This paper analyzes the adequacy of mobile chatting via Whatsapp for the enhancement of a type of spontaneous and colloquial written interaction which has a strong connection with oral discourse.... More

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  17. Cross-Cultural Design of Mobile Mathematics Learning Service for South African Schools

    Tanja Walsh, Teija Vainio & Jari Varsaluoma

    In the era of mobile devices and services, researchers in the educational domain have been interested in how to support learning with mobile technology in both local and global contexts. Recent... More

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  18. Mobile Technology Integrated Pedagogical Model

    Arshia Khan

    Integrated curricula and experiential learning are the main ingredients to the recipe to improve student learning in higher education. In the academic computer science world it is mostly assumed... More

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  19. Evaluation Framework for Dependable Mobile Learning Scenarios

    Manel Bensassi & Mona Laroussi

    The goal of the dependability analysis is to predict inconsistencies and to reveal ambiguities and incompleteness in the designed learning scenario. Evaluation, in traditional learning design, is... More

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  20. Raising Awareness of Cybercrime--The Use of Education as a Means of Prevention and Protection

    Julija Lapuh Bele, Maja Dimc, David Rozman & Andreja Sladoje Jemec

    The widespread use of mobile devices that enable Internet access increases the exposure of both individuals and organizations to cybercrime. This article addresses the issue of strategic prevention... More

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