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Number of papers: 17

  1. Assessing the Potential of LevelUp as a Persuasive Technology for South African Learners

    Nhlanhla A. Sibanyoni & Patricia M. Alexander

    Good study behaviour after school hours is an important way of improving learners' chances of success. Learners, once they reach high school, particularly require support that will assist them to... More

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  2. Readiness for Mobile Learning: Multidisciplinary Cases from Yaroslavl State University

    Vladimir Khryashchev, Natalia Kasatkina & Dmitry Sokolenko

    The survey data suggest a high technical and sufficient psychological readiness of Yaroslavl State University students to use mobile devices in learning. The results of the research prove that... More

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  3. Acceptance of Mobile Learning at SMEs of the Service Sector

    Marc Beutner & Frederike Anna Rüscher

    Mobile Learning (mLearning) is becoming popular in several parts of education. The increasing availability of mobile technology and devices is an important fact, which fosters this trend. However, ... More

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  4. A Mobile Application for User Regulated Self-Assessments

    Fotis Lazarinis, Vassilios S. Verykios & Chris Panagiotakopoulos

    In this paper we present a mobile application for self-assessment. The work describes the main features of the application and focuses on its acceptance by students and the increase on their... More

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  5. Possible Potential of Facebook to Enhance Learners' Motivation in Mobile Learning Environment

    Mehwish Raza

    Facebook is world's leading social network, 29% of its active members represent Pakistan. This study utilized Facebook for teachers' in-service training. Thirty teachers from different parts of... More

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  6. Design of a Prototype Mobile Application to Make Mathematics Education More Realistic

    Dawid B. Jordaan, Dorothy J. Laubscher & A. Seugnet Blignaut

    To enter the world of work, students require skills which include flexibility, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration and communication. The use of mobile technologies which are... More

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  7. A Framework for Flipped Learning

    Jenny Eppard & Aicha Rochdi

    Over the last few decades, with the rapid developments of mobile technology, the advent of Web 2.0 sites, and the expansion of social media, there has been an incremental use of technology in the... More

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  8. Tablets and Applications to Tell Mathematics' History in High School

    Eduardo Jesus Dias, Carlos Fernando Araujo & Marcos Andrei Ota

    In this article, we suggest that the history in Mathematics Education combined with mobile technology, can provide analysis of concepts, theories and significant logical structures in the process... More

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  9. Small Private Online Research: A Proposal for A Numerical Methods Course Based on Technology Use and Blended Learning

    Francisco Javier Delgado Cepeda

    This work presents a proposed model in blended learning for a numerical methods course evolved from traditional teaching into a research lab in scientific visualization. The blended learning... More

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  10. #gottacatchemall: Exploring Pokemon Go in Search of Learning Enhancement Objects

    Annamaria Cacchione, Emma Procter-Legg & Sobah Abbas Petersen

    The Augmented Reality Game, Pokemon Go, took the world by storm in the summer of 2016. City landscapes were decorated with amusing, colourful objects called Pokemon, and the holiday activities were... More

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  11. The Technology Acceptance of Mobile Applications in Education

    Mark Anthony Camilleri & Adriana Caterina Camilleri

    This research explores the educators' attitudes and behavioural intention toward mobile applications. The methodology integrates measures from "the pace of technological innovativeness"... More

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  12. Mobile Learning in the Theater Arts Classroom

    Zihao Li

    Mobile learning (m-learning) challenges the traditional definition of teaching and learning. M-learning concept is gaining popularity because it enables learning across multiple contexts and... More

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  13. New Model of Mobile Learning for the High School Students Preparing for the Unified State Exam

    Airat Khasianov & Irina Shakhova

    In this paper we study a new model of mobile learning for the Unified State Exam ("USE") preparation in Russian Federation. "USE"--is the test school graduates need to pass in... More

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  14. Educators Adopting M-Learning: Is It Sustainable in Higher Education?

    Nicole Sanderson & Alice Schmidt Hanbidge

    Effectively integrating m-learning into higher education necessitates consideration for both student and educator adoption factors. Data collected from 309 Canadian university participants in a... More

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  15. Using Tablet and iTunesU as Individualized Instruction Tools

    Libor Klubal, Katerina Kostolanyova & Vojtech Gybas

    The paper is aimed at the possibilities of the implementation of individualized instruction in a regular classroom using a tablet and the iTunesU tool. It compares the course of collective frontal ... More

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  16. Reading While Listening on Mobile Devices: An Innovative Approach to Enhance Reading

    Aicha Rochdi & Jenny Eppard

    This poster session will describe a study that took place at a university in the United Arab Emirates. The study included a reading app that was downloaded onto each student's individual mobile... More

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  17. M-Kinyarwanda: Promoting Autonomous Language Learning through a Robust Mobile Application

    Emmanuel Bikorimana, Joachim Rutayisire, Mwana Said Omar & Yi Sun

    Kinyarwanda, the national official language used by the population of Rwanda, was greatly affected by the tragic history that faced the country. The 13th annual national dialogue held at Kigali... More

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