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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

July 2012 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Design and Evaluation of a Project-Based Learning Ubiquitous Platform for Universal Client: PBL2U

    Sam Rottenberg, Claire Lecocq & Sébastien Leriche, Télécom SudParis, France

    Mobile technologies are more and more present in students’ lives. Therefore, it is interesting to see how these technologies enable students to learn beyond their courses. In this paper, the... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. Student Experiences with Mobile Electronic Updates from a Virtual Learning Environment

    Paul Coulton, Laura Crane & Phillip Benachour, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

    This paper describes the development of two mobile applications to disseminate course and module information to university students by sending notifications and electronic updates to their mobile... More

    pp. 16-33

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  3. Designing a Mobile Application for Conceptual Understanding: Integrating Learning Theory with Organic Chemistry Learning Needs

    Sonal Dekhane & Mai Tsoi, Georgia Gwinnett College, United States

    This paper describes the development of a mobile application (app) created as a learning tool to help organic chemistry students increase their conceptual understanding of a given topic. The... More

    pp. 34-52

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  4. Designing Pedagogical Models for Tourism Education: Focus on Work-Based Mobile Learning

    Heli Ruokamo, Miikka Eriksson & Hanna Vuojärvi, University of Lapland, Finland

    The main objective of the TravEd Research project is to develop a pedagogical model that exploits mobile technologies and electronic learning environments and that is applied especially to develop ... More

    pp. 53-67

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  5. Recording Mobile Learning: An Evaluation of the Number of Audio Recorders Needed in an M-Tel Study

    Fredrik Rutz, Stockholm University, Sweden

    Data collection in M-TEL (Mobile Technology Enhanced Learning) studies is associated with great challenges, as both the learners and data collectors are mobile. One context for M-TEL is outside the... More

    pp. 68-82

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