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Mobile Learning-Student Perspectives
The use of mobile learning (m-learning) to deliver course content and/or learning activities, is a relatively new instructional design strategy, currently gaining momentum in postsecondary and distance education institutions. ...
Road to Mobile Learning
To meet the needs of students, and fulfill Athabasca University’s mission to remove barriers to learning, Athabasca University (AU) Library has initiated a number of mobile learning projects. The poster “Road to Mobile ...
Location-Based Learning Management System for Adaptive Mobile Learning
E-learning and distance learning are all forms of learning that take place outside of a traditional learning environment and can be alternatives for learners who are not able to study in a traditional environment for various ...
Engaging Students with Mobile Learning
The current and upcoming generations of learners are comfortable using mobile technology, and the technology is becoming second nature and an extension of these learners. Learners are using mobile technology to socialize, ...
Chunking and Extracting Text Content for Mobile Learning: A Query-focused Summarizer Based on Relevance Language Model
Millions of text contents and multimedia published on the Web have potential to be shared as the learning contents. However, mobile learners often feel it difficult to extract useful contents for learning. Manually creating ...