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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

January 2011 Volume 3, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Survey of Research Methods and Purposes in Mobile Learning

    Anna Wingkvist, Linnaeus University, Sweden; Morgan Ericsson, Uppsala University, Sweden

    In this paper, the authors present a survey of published research in mobile learning. The authors investigate 114 papers from mLearn 2005, 2007, and 2008, and classify them according to two... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. Mature Students Using Mobile Devices in Life and Learning

    Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, The Open University, United Kingdom; Ana Carvalho, University of Minho, Portugal; David Kennedy, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; John Pettit, The Open University, United Kingdom; Linda Bradley, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Anthony Herrington, Curtin University, Australia; Aisha Walker, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

    The paper reports on research concerned with learners’ uses of mobile technologies based on an international survey that targeted students registered in selected master’s and doctoral programmes in... More

    pp. 18-52

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  3. Empowered Learner Identity Through M-Learning: Representations of Disenfranchised Students’ Perspectives

    Ruth Wallace, Charles Darwin University, Australia

    E-learning has been promoted as a key component of improving educational access and opportunity internationally, but for disenfranchised learners, many forms of e-learning are just as alien as the ... More

    pp. 53-63

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  4. Advancing Collaboration between M-Learning Researchers and Practitioners through an Online Portal and Web 2.0 Technologies

    Laurel Dyson & Andrew Litchfield, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

    With growing interest in mobile learning to address the educational requirements of a generation of students who have grown up with digital technology, and given the widespread adoption of mobile... More

    pp. 64-72

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  5. Empirical Research on Learners’ Thoughts About the Impact of Mobile Technology on Learning

    Gábor Kismihók & Réka Vas, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

    Mobile learning is gaining attention in Europe. Researchers are examining both pedagogical and technical issues regarding mobilized content delivery; however, little is known about current learners... More

    pp. 73-88

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