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dc.contributor.authorAlly, Mohamed
dc.contributor.authorSchafer, Steve
dc.contributor.authorGuangbing, Yang
dc.contributor.authorGeng, Hongxing
dc.contributor.authorTin, Tony
dc.contributor.authorElliott, Colin
dc.description.abstractVery few knowledge management systems are mobile-friendly, resulting in limited access to content through mobile devices. Researchers and developers have put good effort into developing a mobile-friendly knowledge management system. However, each system has its own technical challenges. MOMO, for instance, is a system which enables users to access Moodle learning content through mobile devices. It requires users to install a Java application in their mobile devices, prohibiting Java-disabled mobile devices such as iPhone to access content. This presentation demonstrates an AU mobile-friendly knowledge management system, which can be used to create mobile knowledge content and is accessible by mobile devices. The system design, architecture, implementation issues, benefits and future directions are addressed.en
dc.publisherm-Libraries 2009en
dc.subjectmobile learningen
dc.subjectknowledge management systemen
dc.titleCreate mobile content using a mobile-friendly knowledge management system: The Athabasca University experienceen

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