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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

January 2009 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Learning in a Mobile Age

    John Traxler, Learning Lab, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

    The launch of the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning is one of several indicators that mobile learning globally is reaching a critical and sustainable momentum and identity. The... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Innovation in Mobile Learning: A European Perspective

    Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, The Open University, United Kingdom; Mike Sharples, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Marcelo Milrad, Vaxjo University, Sweden; Inmaculada Arnedillo-Sanchez, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Giasemi Vavoula, University of Leicester, United Kingdom

    In the evolving landscape of mobile learning, European researchers have conducted significant mobile learning projects, representing a distinct perspective on mobile learning research and... More

    pp. 13-35

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  3. A Model of Collaborative Learning Scripts Instantiated with Mobile Technologies

    Pierre Dillenbourg & Zeno Crivelli, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland

    Scripts are pedagogical methods for triggering productive interactions during computer-supported collaborative learning. SWISH is a pedagogical design model for constructing scripts: it articulates... More

    pp. 36-48

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  4. Choreo: pod

    Dennie Wilson, Ben Andrews & Crispin Dale, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

    The iPod is a pervasive technology that has had an influential impact upon engagement with sound and visual media. The extent to which the iPod can act as a learning and teaching technology is... More

    pp. 49-60

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  5. Affective Tutoring System for Better Learning

    Abdolhossein Sarrafzadeh & Samuel Alexander, Massey University, New Zealand; Jamshid Shanbehzadeh, Tarbiat Moalem University, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) are still not as effective as one-on-one human tutoring. The next generation of intelligent tutors are expected to be able to take into account the emotional... More

    pp. 61-77

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