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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

October 2009 Volume 1, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Supporting Awareness in Ubiquitous Learning

    Hiroaki Ogata, University of Tokushima, Japan

    This article focuses on awareness in computer supported ubiquitous learning environments. In ubiquitous learning, awareness is a key process in individual and/or collaborative learning. Awareness... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. "Premierløytnant Bielke": A Mobile Game for Teaching and Learning History

    Jo Wake & Rune Baggetun, University of Bergen, Norway

    Developments in mobile phone technology, together with an increased research interest in utilizing computer games to facilitate teaching and learning, are an important catalyst for the emergence of... More

    pp. 12-28

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  3. A Mobile Context-Aware Framework for Managing Learning Schedules: Data Analysis from an Interview Study

    Jane Yau & Mike Joy, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

    Mobile learning applications can be categorized into four generations: non-adaptive, learning-preferences based adaptive, learning-contexts-based adaptive and learning-contexts-aware adaptive. The ... More

    pp. 29-55

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  4. Transforming Pedagogy Using Mobile Web 2.0

    Thomas Cochrane & Roger Bateman, Unitec, New Zealand

    Blogs, wikis, podcasting, and a host of free, easy to use Web 2.0 social software provide opportunities for creating social constructivist learning environments focusing on student-centred learning... More

    pp. 56-83

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  5. Engaging Students with Mobile Technologies to Support Their Formal and Informal Learning

    Melanie Ciussi, Gill Rosner & Marc Augier, CERAM Business School, France

    This article explores “Y generation” students’ attitudes to mobile technologies in the context of education, and use of podcasts on their handhelds in particular. Our intention is to investigate... More

    pp. 84-98

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