Mobile Learning 2005 Proceedings

ml2005 Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning

Qwara, Malta, 28-30 June 2005

Edited by Pedro Isaías, Carmel Borg, Piet Kommers and Philip Bonanno

ISBN (Book): 972-8939-02-7
ISBN (CD-ROM):

Titles Published in This Volume

PROTOTYPES FOR MULTIMEDIA MLEARNING
Claire Bradley , Richard Haynes

MOBILE INTERNET INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TEACHING
S. Manoharan

DESIGNING A MOBILE TRANSCRIBER APPLICATION FOR ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY
Jo Lumsden , Rock Leung , Jane Fritz

THE USE OF MOBILE LEARNING BY HOMELESS LEARNERS IN THE UK
Carol Savill-smith

FROM E-LEARNING CONTENTS TO M-LEARNING CONTENTS
Antonella Grasso , Teresa Roselli

E-LEARNING TO U-LEARNING, ADAPTING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS TO MOBILE DEVICES
Trent Mifsud , Des Casey

THE ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY DIGITAL READING ROOM: LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR MOBILE STUDENTS
Rory Mcgreal , Billy Cheung , Tony Tin , Steve Schafer

IMPROVING FEEDBACK AND CLASSROOM INTERACTION USING MOBILE PHONES
Henning Bär , Erik Tews , Guido Rößling

USING ADAPTIVE NAVIGATION ON A MOBILE DEVICE FOR STUDENTS
Paul Graham , Albert Bokma , Chris Bowerman

TEST-IT – CREATING EDUCATIONAL CONTENT AND TESTS ON HANDHELD DEVICES
Marco Sá , Luís Carriço

ENHANCING TEACHER-STUDENT INTERACTIONS WITH MULTIPLE HANDHELD DEVICES
K. O. Chow , K. Y. K. Fan , A. Y. K. Chan , H. H. S. Ip , L. F. Kwok

SEIZE TEACHABLE AND LEARNABLE MOMENTS: SMSE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL FOR MOBILE LEARNING
Yuhsun Edward Shih

MOBILE LEARNING: “SMART” TECHNOLOGIES AND ASPECTS OF PRIVACY
Ulrike Hugl

SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF M-LEARNING SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF M-LEARNING DEPENDS ON WELL-DEFINED REQUIREMENTS
Yiannis Laouris , Nikleia Eteokleous

MOBILE LEARNING IN A HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT
Maria Cinque , Filippo Cacace , Michele Crudele , Giulio Iannello , Massimo Bernaschi

THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOBILE LEARNING FOR SMARTPHONES
Judy Nix

AN INTERACTIONS-ORIENTED PEDAGOGY FOR TECHNOLOGY-INTENSIVE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS (TICLES).
Philip Bonanno

A WEB SERVICE BASED ARCHITECTURE FOR PUSH-ENABLED M-LEARNING
Mario Muñoz , Carlos Delgado Kloos

MOBILE SYSTEM TO SUPPORT LEARNING COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE EXCHANGE OF KNOWLEDGE CHAINS
Juliana Lucas De Rezende , Felipe G. Leite , Rafael Leonardo Siqueira Da Silva , Jairo Francisco De Souza , Jano Moreira De Souza , Milton Ramirez

MOBILE LEARNING AND THE NEXT ECONOMY; SOFTWARE-BASED TEACHERS ON GLOBAL UBIQUITOUS OBJECT CENTRIC NETWORKS
Per R. Stokke , Thorleif Hallén

A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR CHARACTERIZING THE BEHAVIOR OF MOBILE LEARNERS
Fares Benayoune , Luigi Lancieri

THE IMPACT OF SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE (SMS) LANGUAGE ON LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY OF LEARNERS AND THE SMS DICTIONARIES: A CHALLENGE FOR EDUCATORS AND LEXICOGRAPHERS
Mampa Lorna Mphahlele , Kwena Mashamaite

DIGITAL LIBRARY FOR PDA FACILITIES
Jan Pavlovic , TomᚠPitner , Miroslav Kubásek

TABLET PCS, MOBILE LEARNING, AND HIGHER EDUCATION: IN SEARCH OF A PARADIGM?
Maeve Paris

INTERACTION STRATEGIES FOR MOBILE LEARNING
P. Paul Kroeker , Mohamed Ally

LEARNING OBJECTS FOR MOBILE LEARNING
Cathrine Boule , Larissa Zaitseva

AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ USE OF AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS MOBILE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
Beverley Oliver

THE INCORPORATION OF MOBILE LEARNING INTO MAINSTREAM EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Desmond Keegan

MOBILE LEARNING FRAMEWORK
Ali Mostakhdemin-hosseini , Jarno Tuimala

REAL-LIFE LEARN-BY-DOING TRAINING ON A PDA
David Guralnick

MAPPING CHALLENGE: A CASE STUDY IN THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES IN COLLABORATIVE, CONTEXTUAL LEARNING
Niamh Mcgreen , Inmaculada Arnedillo Sánchez

IMPLICATIONS FOR ELEARNING IN SMES IN EUROPE
Sinead Averill , Timothy Hall

USING GPS AND GIS AS TOOLS FOR AUTHENTIC LEARNING: A STUDENT PROJECT IN IMPLEMENTING A WEB-BASED CLINIC LOOKUP SYSTEM
Kuo-hung Huang

COLLABORATIVE PLATEFORM FOR MOBILE LEARNING BASED ON E-SERVICES
Hadjouni Myriam , Tirellil Ichraf , Laroussi Mona

MOBILE LEARNING AS TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED EDUCATION: AN ‘ACTIVITY’ APPROACH
Paul Hayes , Pramod Pathak , David Joyce , Tim Hall

A CONTEXT FRAMEWORK SUPPORTING CONTEXTUAL AND COOPERATIVE MOBILE LEARNING
Bin Hu , Philip T Moore

MOBILE PHONES: CREATIVE LEARNING TOOLS
Niamh Mcgreen , Inmaculada Arnedillo Sánchez

CONTENT ADAPTATION FOR M-LEARNING
Dario Bianchi , Monica Mordonini

MUSEUMS OUTSIDE WALLS: MOBILE PHONES AND THE MUSEUM IN THE EVERYDAY
Konstantinos Arvanitis

FIELD-BASED MLEARNING: WHO WANTS WHAT?
Paul Ryan , Enda Finn

DEFINING MOBILE LEARNING
John Traxler

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF HANDHELD TECHNOLOGY…
Louise Mifsud

MOBILE SIMULATION GAMING IN ECONOMICS EDUCATION: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS
Stephen L. Cheung

eGanges: A MOBILE PEDAGOGY
Pamela N. Gray , Xenogene Gray

PERVASIVE PERSONAL PEDAGOGICAL AGENT: A MOBILE AGENT SHALL ALWAYS BE WITH THE LEARNER
Débora Nice Ferrari Barbosa , Cláudio Fernando Resin Geyer

EDUCATIONAL MESSAGES IN E-LEARNING SYSTEMS
José María Gutiérrez Martínez , Roberto Barchino Plata , Mª Lourdes Jiménez Rodríguez , Salvador Otón Tortosa

THE MOBILE HISTORY TOUR
Richard Haynes , Claire Bradley

A HANDHELD AUGMENTED REALITY MUSEUM GUIDE
Dieter Schmalstieg , Daniel Wagner

EVALUATION THE LEARNING IN MOBILE-LEARNING SYSTEMS
Salvador Otón Tortosa , José María Gutiérrez Martínez , Mª Lourdes Jiménez Rodríguez , Roberto Barchino Plata , Carlos Viñas Rodriguez , David Lemos Rodríguez

MOBILE LEARNING THROUGH WEB BOOK
G.kumuda

GPS AND CIS
Richard W. Nau

USING BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY FOR PERSONALISED VISITOR INFORMATION
Angeliki Antoniou , George Lepouras