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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

April 2009 Volume 1, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Wildfire Activities: New Patterns of Mobility and Learning

    Yrjö Engeström, University of Helsinki, Finland

    The article argues for a historical perspective on mobility and learning. In social production or peer production, mobility takes the shape of expansive swarming, sideways transitions and boundary-... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Designing Participant-Generated Context into Guided Tours

    Juliet Sprake, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom

    This article presents an interdisciplinary framework for designing participant-generated context into guided tours. The framework has been developed in parallel to practice-led research in the... More

    pp. 19-38

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  3. Improving Cross-Cultural Awareness and Communication through Mobile Technologies

    Adele Botha, Meraka Institute, South Africa; Steve Vosloo & John Kuner, Stanford University, United States; Madelein van den Berg, Meraka Institute, South Africa

    Increasingly, technology is mediating the way in which the youth around the world communicate, consume content and create meaning. As mobile communication media and the internet become more... More

    pp. 39-53

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  4. Meeting the Challenges in Evaluating Mobile Learning: A 3-Level Evaluation Framework

    Giasemi Vavoula, University of Leicester, United Kingdom; Mike Sharples, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

    We propose six challenges in evaluating mobile learning: capturing and analyzing learning in context and across contexts, measuring mobile learning processes and outcomes, respecting learner... More

    pp. 54-75

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  5. Ethical Considerations in Implementing Mobile Learning in the Workplace

    Jocelyn Wishart, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

    Workplace based personal and professional development is essential for students in the health, social care and teaching professions. In this era of ubiquitous computing recording and reflecting... More

    pp. 76-92

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