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World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning

Sep 16, 2019

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Number of papers: 26

  1. Seamless Learning Research and Development in China

    Jun Xiao, Lamei Wang, Hong Wang & Zhimin Pan

    As a new learning model in the digital era, seamless learning has developed rapidly in China in recent years alongside mobile learning and ubiquitous learning. The objective of this paper is three-... More

    pp. 149-156

  2. Research and Practice in Seamless Learning in Japan Featuring SCROLL Projects

    Noriko Uosaki, Kousuke Mouri, Takahiro Yonekawa & Hiroaki Ogata

    Researches on seamless learning in Japan so far have mostly been conducted in higher education featuring a ubiquitous learning log system called SCROLL (System for Capturing and Reusing Of Learning... More

    pp. 157-164

  3. Seamless Learning in Korea: Policy initiatives and New Directions

    Hyo-Jeong So & Hyunjin Park

    This paper discusses the current approach to seamless learning in Korea and the importance of the association between formal and informal settings in seamless learning drawn by a case study on... More

    pp. 165-172

  4. Seamless Learning Through Mixed Reality: A New Zealand perspective

    Kathryn MacCallum

    Mobile Mixed Reality (MMR) provides new ways to enable seamless learning. This paper explores how the affordances of MR, explored in the context of its two extremes Augmented Reality (AR) and... More

    pp. 173-180

  5. Research and Practice in Seamless Learning: Past, Present & Future-United States Perspective

    Dean Cristol

    The intersection of seamless learning and mobile learning is less a distinct and more blurring concept (Wong et al, 2015). Outside formal learning environments such as PK-12 and universities,... More

    pp. 181-187

  6. Towards design guidelines for innovative learning environments

    Kamakshi Rajagopal, Annelies Raes, Pippa Yeoman & Lucila Carvalho

    Activity within innovative learning environments (ILEs) - ecosystems that include learners, teachers, pedagogical practices, digital/material resources, buildings and furniture - is indirectly... More

    pp. 188-189