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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

July 2011 Volume 3, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Reflections on 4 Years of mLearning Implementation (2007-2010)

    Thomas Cochrane, Unitec, New Zealand

    This paper provides a comparative analysis of five mlearning case studies involving 4 years of action research mlearning projects. The projects investigated the potential of mobile web 2.0 tools to... More

    pp. 1-22

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  2. Listening to an Educational Podcast While Walking or Jogging: Can Students Really Multitask?

    Joke Coens, Ellen Degryse & Marie-Paul Senecaut, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Kulak, Belgium; Jorge Cottyn, Katholieke Hogeschool Zuid-West-Vlaanderen, Belgium; Geraldine Clarebout, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Kulak, Belgium

    The advent of podcasting offers opportunities for students to learn while performing another activity. While podcasting is advocated by many as helping to learn anywhere and anytime, research... More

    pp. 23-33

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  3. Mobile Technology and Student Learning: What Does Current Research Reveal?

    Pamela Pollara & Kelly Broussard, Louisiana State University, United States

    As mobile devices become ubiquitous, it is necessary to analyze if and how these devices can be used for learning. This systematic review is part of a larger review that analyzed 21 mobile learning... More

    pp. 34-42

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  4. E-Learning and M-Learning: Challenges and Barriers in Distance Education Group Assignment Collaboration

    Lisa Soon, Central Queensland University, Australia

    This research explores the relationship between e-learning and m-learning by investigating distance education students’ use of a learning management system, “Interact,” for virtual team work. The... More

    pp. 43-58

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  5. An Investigation Into Mobile Learning for High School Mathematics

    Vani Kalloo & Permanand Mohan, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad And Tobago

    This paper describes an investigation which was carried out to determine if mobile learning can be used to help high school students improve their performance in mathematics. The investigation was ... More

    pp. 59-76

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