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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

July 2016 Volume 8, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Individual Learning Strategies and Choice in Student-Generated Multimedia

    Hardy Ernst & William McGahan, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia; Laurel Dyson, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

    There has been an increasing focus on student-generated multimedia assessment as a way of introducing the benefits of both visual literacy and peer-mediated learning into university courses. One... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. A Structured Inquiry into a Digital Story: Students Report the Making of a Superball

    Johanna Penttilä, Veera Kallunki & Hannele Niemi, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Jari Multisilta, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland

    Schools have been islands isolated from mobile technologies for a long time. In Finland, schools are investing in mobile technologies with the aim of providing a tablet for each student. This trend... More

    pp. 19-34

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  3. Blended Media: Student-Generated Mash-ups to Promote Engagement with Science Content

    Wendy Nielsen, School of Education, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia; Garry Hoban & Christopher Hyland, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia

    The aim of this study was to gather university student perspectives on a new type of assessment task requesting them to create “blended media”. Blended media is a new form of student-generated... More

    pp. 35-48

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  4. Academics' Perspectives on the Challenges and Opportunities for Student-Generated Mobile Content in Malaysia

    Shamsul Ariffin, Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI), Tanjong Malim, Malaysia

    In Malaysian universities, there is a scarcity of local content to support student learning. Mobile content is predominantly supplied by the United States and the United Kingdom. This research aims... More

    pp. 49-64

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  5. Supporting Graduate Attribute Development in Introductory Accounting with Student-Generated Screencasts

    Laurel Dyson, Jessica Frawley, James Wakefield & Jonathan Tyler, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

    In recent years educational, industry and government bodies have placed increasing emphasis on the need to better support the development of “soft” skills or graduate attributes within higher... More

    pp. 65-82

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