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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

July 2010 Volume 2, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Mobile Phones as Mediating Tools within Augmented Contexts for Development

    John Cook, London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

    This paper argues for the need to re-examine approaches to the design of, and research into, learning experiences that incorporate mobile phones in the learning context. Following an overview of ... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Mobile, Inquiry-Based Learning and Geological Observation: An Exploratory Study

    Brenda Bannan & Erin Peters, George Mason University, United States; Patricia Martinez, Arlington Public Schools, United States

    This exploratory study examines the use of integrated and complementary technology systems including mobile devices to explore an instructional experience designed to provoke observational inquiry ... More

    pp. 13-29

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  3. Mobile Learning, Digital Literacies, Information Habitus and At-Risk Social Groups

    Margit Böck, University of Salzburg, Austria

    Certain potentials of mobile devices seem predestined to connect those distanced from education with learning in the widest sense. To use these potentials requires a disposition of these ‘learners-... More

    pp. 30-41

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  4. Mobile Media, Mobile Texts: Assessing the Abilities Needed to Communicate and Represent in the Contemporary Media Landscape

    Elisabetta Adami, University of Verona, Italy

    By examining contemporary changes in the mechanisms and practices of representation and communication, this paper focuses on the copy-and-paste affordance fostered by mobile technologies and... More

    pp. 42-50

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