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  • 10th

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

    ON

    MOBILE LEARNING 2014

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    PROCEEDINGS OF THE

    10th

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

    ON

    MOBILE LEARNING 2014

    MADRID, SPAIN

    28 FEBRUARY 2 MARCH, 2014

    Organised byIADIS

    International Association for Development of the Information Society

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    Copyright 2014

    IADIS Press

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    Permission for use must always be obtained from IADIS Press. Please contact secretariat@iadis.org

    Edited by Inmaculada Arnedillo Snchez and Pedro Isaas

    Associate Editor: Lus Rodrigues

    ISBN: 978-989-8704-02-3

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    FOREWORD xi

    PROGRAM COMMITTEE xiii

    KEYNOTE LECTURE xvii

    PANEL xviii

    FULL PAPERS

    SUPPORTING TEACHERS TO DESIGN AND USE MOBILE

    COLLABORATIVE LEARNING GAMES Iza Marfisi-Schottman and Sbastien George

    3

    EBOOKS AS PDF FILES, IN EPUB FORMAT OR AS INTERACTIVE IBOOKS?

    DIGITAL BOOKS IN PHYSICS LESSONS OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Manfred Lohr

    11

    MOBILE LEARNING AND EARLY AGE MATHEMATICS Shir Peled and Shimon Schocken

    19

    M-LEARNING ON PATH TO INTEGRATION WITH ORGANISATION

    SYSTEMS Shilpa Srivastava and Ved Prakash Gulati

    26

    IMPROVING HISTORY LEARNING THROUGH CULTURAL HERITAGE,

    LOCAL HISTORY AND TECHNOLOGY Graa Magro, Joaquim Ramos de Carvalho and Maria Jos Marcelino

    34

    INTRIGUE AT THE MUSEUM: FACILITATING ENGAGEMENT

    AND LEARNING THROUGH A LOCATION-BASED MOBILE GAME Jetmir Xhembulla, Irene Rubino, Claudia Barberis and Giovanni Malnati

    41

    MOBILE-BASED CHATTING FOR MEANING NEGOTIATION IN FOREIGN

    LANGUAGE LEARNING Mara Dolores Castrillo, Elena Martn-Monje and Elena Brcena

    49

    STUDENT PREFERENCES FOR M-LEARNING APPLICATION

    CHARACTERISTICS mer Delialio lu & Yasaman Alioon

    59

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    LEARNING AND TEACHING WITH MOBILE DEVICES AN APPROACH IN

    SECONDARY EDUCATION IN GHANA Margarete Grimus and Martin Ebner

    66

    CROSS-CULTURAL DESIGN OF MOBILE MATHEMATICS LEARNING

    SERVICE FOR SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOLS Tanja Walsh, Teija Vainio and Jari Varsaluoma

    75

    MOBILE LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT GOAL ORIENTATION PROFILES Minna Asplund

    85

    A REVIEW OF INTEGRATING MOBILE PHONES FOR LANGUAGE

    LEARNINGRamiza Darmi and Peter Albion

    93

    OVERLAPPING CHATS ACCESSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS BETWEEN

    STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DISABILITIES DUE TO THE MOBILE

    LIMITATIONSRoco Calvo, Ana Iglesias and Lourdes Moreno

    101

    UML Quiz: AUTOMATIC CONVERSION OF WEB-BASED E-LEARNING

    CONTENT IN MOBILE APPLICATIONS Alexander von Franqu and Hilda Tellio lu

    109

    PEDAGOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF SMARTPHONE INTEGRATION

    IN TEACHING - LECTURERS', STUDENTS' & PUPILS' PERSPECTIVES Tami Seifert

    117

    MOOC TO GO Jan Renz, Thomas Staubitz and Christoph Meinel

    125

    STRATEGIES AND CHALLENGES IN IPAD INITIATIVE Chientzu Candace Chou, Lanise Block and Renee Jesness

    133

    BLENDING CLASSROOM TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH QR CODES Jenni Rikala and Marja Kankaanranta

    141

    PROGRAMMING EDUCATION WITH A BLOCKS-BASED VISUAL

    LANGUAGE FOR MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT Can Mihci and Nesrin Ozdener

    149

    SHIFTING CONTEXTS: INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF CONTEXT

    IN THE USE OF UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING FOR DESIGN-BASED

    LEARNINGKatharine S. Willis and Gianni Corino

    157

    EVALUATION FRAMEWORK FOR DEPENDABLE MOBILE LEARNING

    SCENARIOS Manel Bensassi and Mona Laroussi

    167

    INITIAL EVALUATION OF A MOBILE SCAFFOLDING APPLICATION THAT

    SEEKS TO SUPPORT NOVICE LEARNERS OF PROGRAMMING Chao Mbogo, Edwin Blake and Hussein Suleman

    175

    DEFINING A SET OF ARCHITECTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR

    SERVICE-ORIENTED MOBILE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Nemsio Freitas Duarte Filho and Ellen Francine Barbosa

    183

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    PORTABILITY AND USABILITY OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

    ON MOBILE DEVICES: A STUDY IN THE CONTEXT OF BRAZILIAN

    EDUCATIONAL PORTALS AND ANDROID-BASED DEVICES Andr Constantino da Silva, Fernanda Maria Pereira Freire, Vitor Hugo Miranda Mouro, Mrcio Digenes de Oliveira da Cruz and Helosa Vieira da Rocha

    191

    EVALUATING QR CODE CASE STUDIES USING A MOBILE LEARNING

    FRAMEWORK Jenni Rikala

    199

    DEVELOPING A MOBILE SOCIAL MEDIA FRAMEWORK FOR CREATIVE

    PEDAGOGIES Thomas Cochrane, Laurent Antonczak, Matthew Guinibert and Danni Mulrennan

    207

    FACTORS AFFECTING M-LEARNERSCOURSE SATISFACTION

    AND LEARNING PERSISTENCE Young Ju Joo, Sunyoung Joung, Eugene Lim and Hae Jin Kim

    215

    A FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT MOBILE LEARNING IN MULTILINGUAL

    ENVIRONMENTS Mmaki E. Jantjies and Mike Joy

    222

    SHORT PAPERS

    MOBILE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED PEDAGOGICAL MODEL Arshia Khan

    233

    REPRESENTATIONS OF AN INCIDENTAL LEARNING FRAMEWORK

    TO SUPPORT MOBILE LEARNING Eileen Scanlon, Mark Gaved, Ann Jones, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Lucas Paletta and Ian Dunwell

    238

    USING MOBILE APPS AND SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ONLINE

    LEARNER-GENERATED CONTENT Paul David Henry

    243

    TWEETING AS A TOOL FOR LEARNING SCIENCE: THE CREDIBILITY

    OF STUDENT-PRODUCED KNOWLEDGE CONTENT IN EDUCATIONAL

    CONTEXTS Kaja Vembe Swensen, Kenneth Silseth and Ingeborg Krange

    247

    WHAT MOBILE LEARNING AND WORKING REMOTELY CAN LEARN

    FROM EACH OTHER Koen Depryck

    252

    IN-TIME ON-PLACE LEARNING Merja Bauters, Jukka Purma and Teemu Leinonen

    256

    M-LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY: ANALYZING BENEFITS

    FOR APPRENTICESHIP Carlos Manuel Pacheco Corts and Adriana Margarita Pacheco Corts

    261

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    DESIGNING A SITE TO EMBED AND TO INTERACT WITH WOLFRAM

    ALPHA WIDGETS IN MATH AND SCIENCES COURSES Francisco Javier Delgado Cepeda and Ruben Dario Santiago Acosta

    266

    AN ENVIRONMENT FOR MOBILE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING Otto Petrovic, Philipp Babcicky and Philipp Babcicky

    271

    SUPPORTING SITUATED LEARNING BASED ON QR CODES WITH

    ETIQUETAR APP: A PILOT STUDY Miguel Olmedo Camacho, Mar Prez-Sanagustn, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Xavier Soldani, Carlos Delgado Kloos and Sergio Sayago

    277

    RAISING AWARENESS OF CYBERCRIME - THE USE OF EDUCATION

    AS A MEANS OF PREVENTION AND PROTECTION Julija Lapuh Bele, Maja Dimc, David Rozman and Andreja Sladoje Jemec

    281

    MOBILE GAME FOR LEARNING BACTERIOLOGY Ryo Sugimura, Sotaro Kawazu, Hiroki Tamari, Kodai Watanabe, Yohei Nishimura, Toshiki Oguma, Katsushiro Watanabe, Kosuke Kaneko, Yoshihiro Okada, Motofumi Yoshida, Shigeru Takano and Hitoshi Inoue

    285

    THE THEORY PAPER: WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF MOBILE LEARNING? John Traxler and Marguerite Koole

    289

    RAPID PROTOTYPING OF MOBILE LEARNING GAMES Maija Federley, Timo Sorsa, Janne Paavilainen, Kimo Boissonnier and Anu Seisto

    294

    PREPARING LESSONS, EXERCISES AND TESTS FOR M-LEARNING

    OF IT FUNDAMENTALS S. Djenic, V. Vasiljevic, J. Mitic, V. Petkovic and A. Miletic

    299

    THE MOTIVATING POWER OF SOCIAL OBLIGATION: AN INVESTIGATION

    INTO THE PEDAGOGICAL AFFORDANCES OF MOBILE LEARNING

    INTEGRATED WITH FACEBOOK Nurhasmiza Sazalli, Rupert Wegerif and Judith Kleine-Staarman

    303

    WHEN EVERYONE IS A PROBE, EVERYONE IS A LEARNER Boris Berenfeld, Tatiana Krupa, Arseny Lebedev and Sergey Stafeev

    308

    MOBILE LEARNING AND ART MUSEUMS: A CASE STUDY OF A NEW ART

    INTERPRETATION APPROACH FOR VISITOR ENGAGEMENT THROUGH

    MOBILE MEDIA Victoria Lpez Benito

    313

    LEARNER CENTRIC IN M-LEARNING: INTEGRATION OF SECURITY,

    DEPENDABILITY AND TRUST Sheila Mahalingam, Faizal Mohd Abdollah and Shahrin Sahib

    318

    M-LEARNING PILOT AT SOFIA UNIVERSITY Elissaveta Gourova, Pavlin Dulev, Dessislava Petrova-Antonova and Boyan Bontchev

    323

    A MOBILE SERVICE ORIENTED MULTIPLE OBJECT TRACKING

    AUGMENTED REALITY ARCHITECTURE FOR EDUCATION

    AND LEARNING EXPERIENCES Sasithorn Rattanarungrot, Martin White and Paul Newbury

    327

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    REFLECTION PAPERS

    LEARNERS ENSEMBLE BASED SECURITY CONCEPTUAL MODEL

    FOR M-LEARNING SYSTEM IN MALAYSIAN HIGHER LEARNING

    INSTITUTION Sheila Mahalingam, Faizal Mohd Abdollah and Shahrin Sahib

    335

    SUPPORTING THE M-LEARNING BASED KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER

    IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND CORPORATE SECTOR Andrs Benedek and Gyrgy Molnr

    339

    POSTER

    THE FUTURE OF UBIQUITOUS ELEARNING Timothy Arndt

    347

    AUTHOR INDEX

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    FOREWORD

    These proceedings contain the papers of the 10th

    International Conference on Mobile

    Learning 2014, which was organised by the International Association for Development of

    the Information Society, in Madrid, Spain, 28 February 2 March, 2014.

    The Mobile Learning 2014 International Conference seeks to provide a forum for the

    presentation and discussion of mobile learning research which illustrate developments in

    the field. In particular, but not exclusively, we aim to explore the theme of mobile learning

    under the following topics:

    - Learning analytics and mobile learning

    - Cloud computing and mobile learning

    - Pedagogical approaches, models and theories for mLearning

    - mLearning in and across formal and informal settings

    - Strategies and challenges for integrating mLearning in broader educational scenarios

    - User Studies in mLearning

    - Learner mobility and transitions afforded by mlearning

    - Socio-cultural context and implications of mLearning

    - Mobile social media and user generated content

    - Enabling mLearning technologies, applications and uses

    - Evaluation and assessment of mLearning

    - Research methods, ethics and implementation of mLearning

    - Innovative mLearning approaches

    - Tools, technologies and platforms for mLearning

    - mlearning: where to next and how?

    The Mobile Learning Conference 2014 received 83 submissions from more than 29

    countries. Each submission has been anonymously reviewed by an average of 4

    independent reviewers, to ensure that accepted submissions were of a high standard.

    Consequently only 28 full papers were approved which means an acceptance rate of 15%.

    A few more papers were accepted as short papers, reflection papers and poster. An

    extended version of the best papers will be published in the International Journal of Mobile

    and Blended Learning (ISSN: 1941-8647).

    The Conference, besides the presentation of full papers, short papers, reflection papers and

    poster also included a keynote presentation from an internationally distinguished

    researcher. We would therefore like to express our gratitude to Professor Steve Benford,

    Professor of Collaborative Computing in the Mixed Reality Laboratory at the University of

    Nottingham, UK, for accepting our invitation as keynote speaker. In addition, Mobile

    Learning 2014 features a Panel that is chaired by Nicole M. Kendall, Tennessee State

    University - Nashville, TN, USA and Robbie K. Melton, Tennessee Board of Regents -

    Nashville, TN, USA

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    A successful conference requires the effort of many individuals. We would like to thank the

    members of the Program Committee for their hard work in reviewing and selecting the

    papers that appear in this book. We are especially grateful to the authors who submitted

    their papers to this conference and to the presenters who provided the substance of the

    meeting. We wish to thank all members of our organizing committee.

    Last but not least, we hope that everybody has enjoyed Madrid and their time with

    colleagues from all over the world, and we invite you all to next edition of the International

    Conference on Mobile Learning in 2015.

    Inmaculada Arnedillo Snchez, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

    Conference Program Chair

    Pedro Isaas, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal

    Conference Chair

    Madrid, Spain

    February 2014

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    FOREWORD

    These proceedings contain the papers of the 10th

    International Conference on Mobile

    Learning 2014, which was organised by the International Association for Development of

    the Information Society, in Madrid, Spain, 28 February 2 March, 2014.

    The Mobile Learning 2014 International Conference seeks to provide a forum for the

    presentation and discussion of mobile learning research which illustrate developments in

    the field. In particular, but not exclusively, we aim to explore the theme of mobile learning

    under the following topics:

    - Learning analytics and mobile learning

    - Cloud computing and mobile learning

    - Pedagogical approaches, models and theories for mLearning

    - mLearning in and across formal and informal settings

    - Strategies and challenges for integrating mLearning in broader educational scenarios

    - User Studies in mLearning

    - Learner mobility and transitions afforded by mlearning

    - Socio-cultural context and implications of mLearning

    - Mobile social media and user generated content

    - Enabling mLearning technologies, applications and uses

    - Evaluation and assessment of mLearning

    - Research methods, ethics and implementation of mLearning

    - Innovative mLearning approaches

    - Tools, technologies and platforms for mLearning

    - mlearning: where to next and how?

    The Mobile Learning Conference 2014 received 128 submissions from more than 29

    countries. Each submission has been anonymously reviewed by an average of 4

    independent reviewers, to ensure that accepted submissions were of a high standard.

    Consequently only 28 full papers were approved which means an acceptance rate of 22%.

    A few more papers were accepted as short papers, reflection papers and a poster. An

    extended version of the best papers will be published in the International Journal of Mobile

    and Blended Learning (ISSN: 1941-8647).

    The Conference, besides the presentation of full papers, short papers, reflection papers and

    a poster also included a keynote presentation from an internationally distinguished

    researcher. We would therefore like to express our gratitude to Professor Steve Benford,

    Professor of Collaborative Computing in the Mixed Reality Laboratory at the University of

    Nottingham, UK, for accepting our invitation as keynote speaker. In addition, Mobile

    Learning 2014 features a Panel that is chaired by Nicole M. Kendall, Tennessee State

    University - Nashville, TN, USA and Robbie K. Melton, Tennessee Board of Regents -

    Nashville, TN, USA

  • xii

    A successful conference requires the effort of many individuals. We would like to thank the

    members of the Program Committee for their hard work in reviewing and selecting the

    papers that appear in this book. We are especially grateful to the authors who submitted

    their papers to this conference and to the presenters who provided the substance of the

    meeting. We wish to thank all members of our organizing committee.

    Last but not least, we hope that everybody has enjoyed Madrid and their time with

    colleagues from all over the world, and we invite you all to next edition of the International

    Conference on Mobile Learning in 2015.

    Inmaculada Arnedillo Snchez, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

    Conference Program Chair

    Pedro Isaas, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal

    Conference Chair

    Madrid, Spain

    February 2014

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    PROGRAM COMMITTEE

    PROGRAM CHAIR

    Inmaculada Arnedillo Snchez, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    CONFERENCE CHAIR

    Pedro Isaas, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal

    COMMITTEE MEMBERS

    Abeer Alnuaim, University Of The West Of England Uwe Bristol, United Kingdom

    Adamantios Koumpi...

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