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Researching mobile learning : frameworks, tools, and research designs

Print Book, English, ©2011
3rd unrevised ed View all formats and editions
Peter Lang, Oxford, ©2011
xxviii, 367 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
9783039118328, 3039118323
Contents: Diana Laurillard: Foreword – Norbert Pachler: Research Methods in Mobile and Informal Learning: Some Issues – Mike Sharples: Methods for Evaluating Mobile Learning – D.W. Livingstone: Basic Research on Lifelong Learning: Recent Survey Findings and Reflections on «Capturing» Informal Learning – Phillip Kent: In the Workplace: Learning as Articulation Work, and Doing Articulation Work to Understand Learning – Norbert Pachler/John Cook/Claire Bradley: «I Don’t Really See It»: Whither Case-based Approaches to Understanding Off-site and On-campus Mobile Learning? – Daisy Mwanza-Simwami: Using Activity-Oriented Design Methods (AODM) to Investigate Mobile Learning – Daniel Spikol: Exploring Novel Learning Practices through Co-Designing Mobile Games – Cristina Ros i Sole: The Fleeting, the Situated and the Mundane: Ethnographic Approaches to Mobile Language Learning (MALL) – John Traxler: Mobile Learning Evaluation: The Challenge of Mobile Societies – Mark van ‘t Hooft: Researching Informal and Mobile Learning: Leveraging the Right Resources – Mark A.M. Kramer: The Case for MobileHCI and Mobile Design Research Methods in Mobile and Informal Learning Contexts – Eva Mayr/Kristin Knipfer/Daniel Wessel: In-Sights into Mobile Learning: An Exploration of Mobile Eye Tracking Methodology for Learning in Museums – Anthony Lelliott: Using Personal Meaning Mapping to Gather Data on School Visits – Jocelyn Dodd: The Generic Learning Outcomes: A Conceptual Framework for Researching Learning in Informal Learning Environments – Jon Trinder/Scott Roy/Jane Magill: Using Automatic Logging to Collect Information on Mobile Device Usage for Learning – Christine Dearnley/Stuart Walker: Mobile Enabled Research – Patrick McAndrew/Steve Godwin/Andreia Santos: Research 2.0: How Do We Know about the Users that Do Not Tell Us Anything? – Palmyre Pierroux: Newbies and Design Research: Approaches to Designing a Learning Environment using Mobile and Social Technologies – Esra Wali/Martin Oliver/Niall Winters: Are They Doing What They Think They’re Doing? Tracking and Triangulating Students’ Learning Activities and Self Reports – Giasemi Vavoula: Issues and Requirements for Mobile Learning Research – Agnes Kukulska-Hulme: Conclusions: Future Directions in Researching Mobile Learning.