MOBIlearn The wings of learning




Speakers' presentations


Keynote speech


Engagement in M-Learning: Situating Learning Objects in Learner-Centred Activities
Lim Cher Ping, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Education, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore


Mobile learning in action (full papers)

Design and Assessment of a Collaborative Learning Model Supported by Wireless Interconnected Pocket-PCs
Ricardo Rosas, Miguel Nussbaum
School of Psychology, Catholic University of Chile

MOBIlearn User Trials on Museum scenario: the first results of preparatory work
Elena Murelli, Giorgio Da Bormida
CRATOS, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - Giunti Labs

Collaborative mobile learning - 1 (short papers)


A Community of Practice-The Toshiba ambassador Programme
Bob Harrison
E learning Consultant, Department for Education and Skills, UK Government


mCLT: an application for collaborative learning on a mobile telephone
Marco Arrigo, G. Chiappone
Italian National Research Council and University of Palermo, Italy


Learning and collaborating using mobile devices and sessions
Michael Gardner, Hui-Na Chua
University of Essex, UK; BT Exact, Research Centre, Malaysia


Blended and everyday learning (short papers)


Mobile Lessons: concept and applications for "on-the-field" georeferenced lessons
A. Pintus, D. Carboni, G. Paddeu
Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia, Italy


An open abstract framework for modeling interoperability of mobile learning services
Giancarlo Bo, Giorgio Da Bormida
MOBIlearn Project, GIUNTI Interactive Labs, Italy


M-Learning - paradigm shifts
Elizabeth Valentine

Mobile learning and teamwork
(full papers)


Interactive Logbook: The Development of an Application to Enhance and Facilitate Collaborative Working within Groups in Higher Education
P. Kiddie, T. Marianczak, M. Sharples et al.
Dept. of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Birmingham, UK


Team Awareness in Personalised Learning Environments
Stefan Oppl, Alois Ferscha, Clemens Holzmann
Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria


Evaluating mobile learning (short papers)


The role of User Scenarios as the central piece of the development jigsaw puzzle
Diane Evans
The Open University UK


Blended Learning, Mobility, and Retention: Supporting First Year University Students with Appropriate Technology
Andy Stone
School of Computing & Info Systems, Kingston University


Evaluation of technical and pedagogical mobile usability
Antti Syvänen, Petri Nokelainen
University of Tampere, Finland


Mobile learning in Higher Education (short papers)


Tablet Technology for Informal Collaboration in Higher Education
Mike Sharples, Dan Corlett
University of Birmingham, UK


From Virtual Collaborators to Distance Learning: realizing remote multimedia platforms on a QoS-enabled network
G. Insolvibile, S. Giordano, V. Chionsini, A. Martucci
University of Pisa, Consorzio Pisa Ricerche


Interactivity in large class using wireless devices
F. Mercier, B. David, R. Chalon, J.P. Berthet
Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France


Demonstrations of mobile learning


Using Mobile Phones and Pocket Pcs for creating, delivering and retrieving content on the fly based on mobile web browsers
Daniel Weiss
CHIMER Technical Coordinator


English on Call: Learning English and other Content with a Smart Phone
Tim Collins, Randy Caviaini
National-Louis University and First International Digital, USA

Mobile learning = collaboration

Geoff Stead, Jo Colley
Cambridge Training and Development, UK


Collaborative mobile learning - 2 (short papers)


Mobile CSCL in tomorrow's case study education for managers
Dirk Frohberg
Department of Informatics, University of Zurich, Switzerland


Collaborative M-learning using Agents and Virtual Reality
T. Monahan, G. McArdle, J. Kilbride, et al.
University College Dublin, Ireland


Mobile learning case studies and projects - 1 (short papers)


Using Mobile Phone Support for Use of Greek During the Olympic Games 2004 (The Inlet Project)
Anita Pincas
Lifelong Education and International Development, University of London, UK


"Hist'O'Brick": mobile edutainment into descriptive statistics
Georg Ströhlein
FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany


PaperLinks - Linking Printouts to Mobile Devices
Martin Hitz, Stefan Plattner
Dept. of Informatics Systems, University of Klagenfurt, Austria


Keynote speech


Unlocking the Meaning of e-Learning Resources for Use through the Semantic Web
Robert Meersman, Director of STARlab, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


Engaging mobile learners (full papers)


Requirements for mobile learning games shown on a mobile game prototype
C. Göth, U. Häss, G. Schwabe
Information Management Research Group, University of Zurich, Switzerland


The Learning Gateway
Stefano Mattevi and Luc Vogeleer (invited)
Hewlett-Packard Services EMEA


Context-awareness in mobile learning (short papers)

Location Sensing and Intrusiveness in Context-Aware Mobile Learning
William F Byrne
University of Birmingham, UK

Integrating Situated Interaction with Mobile Awareness

Russell Beale, Matthew Jones
School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK


Mobile Vision for Ambient Learning in Urban Environments
L. Paletta, C. Seifert, P. Luley, A. Almer
Institute of Digital Image Processing, Joanneum Research, Austria


Mobile learning case studies and projects -2 (short papers)


Case study on the Futures Mobile Work-based Learning
Marika Pehkonen, Hanne Turunen
Hypermedia Laboratory, University of Tampere, Finland


m-Learning for the Underprivileged
Subhi Quraishi
CEO, ZMQ Software Systems, India


A mobile interactive guide to the Museo Diocesano in Catania
Carlo Tognoni
CT2, Italy


Everyday learning (full papers)


A study of mobile learning as part of everyday learning
G. Vavoula, M. Sharples, C. O'Malley, J. Taylor
University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham, Open University, UK


The MOTFAL project: Mobile Technologies For Ad-Hoc Learning
E. Malliou, A. Miliarakis, S. Savvas, S. Sotiriou, M. Stratakis
Ellinogermaniki Agogi, FORTHnet, GR


Mobile Learning Management System (short papers)


A System for Adaptive Platform-Independent Mobile Learning
Laura Pappacena
C.R.M.P.A., Italy


An Offline Scheme for Learning with Mobile Devices
Jiang-Way Lin, Su-Cheong Mac
Institute for Information Industry, Taiwan R.O.C.


Keynote speech


Exploring future learning paradigms: Will m-learning survive?
Tom H Brown, Deputy Director, Telematic Learning and Education Innovation, University of Pretoria, South Africa


Context-aware learning in real scenarios (full papers)


The impact of innovation in medical and nursing training: a Hospital Information System for Students accessible through mobile devices
F. Cacace, M. Cinque, M. Crudele, et al.
Università Campus Bio-Medico, Italy

Context Awareness for MOBIlearn: Creating an engaging learning experience in an art museum
P. Lonsdale, C. Baber, R. Beale, et al.
University of Birmingham, UK


Mobile learning content and legal challenges (short papers)


m-Learning via the web: The challenge of size
Kris Popat, Geoff Stead
Ultralab APU and Cambridge Training and Development, UK


E-learning to M-learning, an investigation into the potential for content conversion
Leon Rodin
Consultant, Ufi Ltd, UK


Mobile Learning - The Ethical and Legal Challenges
John Traxler
University of Wolverhampton, UK


Keynote speech


m-learning for mobile workers
Christopher von Koschembahr, worldwide executive for mLearning, IBM, USA


Mobile learning lessons learned (full papers)

Educational Content Anytime, Anywhere on Any Device
Gerry Smyth
ITIC Intel, Ireland


Engaging and Supporting Mobile Learners
Jill Attewell, Tamatha Webster
Learning and Skills Development Agency, UK


Development of a research plan for use of ambient technology to test mobile learning theories
Andrew J. Brasher
The Open University, UK


Pedagogical design in mobile learning (short papers)


Adaptive Mobile Learning Systems - The Essential Questions from the Design Perspective
A. Jäppinen, J. Nummela, T. Vainio, M. Ahonen, et al.
Hypermedia Laboratory, University of Tampere, Finland


Using Learning Theories to Design Instruction for Mobile Learning Devices
Mohamed Ally
Athabasca University, Canada



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