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A Study of English Mobile Learning Applications at National Chengchi University

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IJDET Volume 7, Number 4, ISSN 1539-3100 Publisher: IGI Global


The pervasive popularity of the Internet in the past decade has changed the way many students live and learn, in part, because modern technology has made it possible for learners to access Real-Time Multimedia information on the Internet, or research any topic of interest to them from virtually any computer anywhere in the world. Students can also receive immediate feedback from their peers and/or their teachers when involved in collaborative projects. As a result, teachers of all disciplines need to incorporate the Internet and the concept of mobile learning into today's classrooms to take advantage of this technology. This research investigated the response of English majors to a mobile learning platform (NCCU-MLP) developed at National Chengchi University (NCCU) in which they were involved as participants. The goal of the NCCU-MLP is to improve the students' English ability as well as to update the teachers' understanding of how to use the technology. The purpose of this research was to investigate the responses of students to a mobile learning environment. The research involved 18 participants in a pilot study and 37 participants in a follow-up study who participated in a group activity involving mobile learning activities. The students were asked to complete the activity following which they completed a brief survey of their response to the mobile learning activity. The findings indicate a positive response from the participants regarding the content and procedures involved in the activity. Technical support for the project was found to need enhancement for future projects of this nature. (Contains 2 tables and 18 figures.)


Che, P.C., Lin, H.Y., Jang, H.C., Lien, Y.N. & Tsai, T.C. (2009). A Study of English Mobile Learning Applications at National Chengchi University. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 7(4), 38-60. IGI Global. Retrieved February 18, 2020 from .

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