Vol 7, No 1 (2011)

Includes papers from the Mobile Learning Research Strand at the 2011 Learning Without Frontiers Conference, London, UK.

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Issue PDF
Mark van 't Hooft 1


Considerations in Choosing Online Collaboration Systems: Functions, Uses, and Effects PDF
Robyn E. Parker, Albert L Ingram 2-15
Analyzing HEAT of Lesson Plans in Pre-Service and Advanced Teacher Education PDF
Margaret Maxwell, Rebecca Ruth Stobaugh, Janet Lynne Tassell 16-29
Use and Efficiency of Various Technological Methods in the Different Aspects of Teaching and Learning a Foreign Language at 16 Universities in New York PDF
Corey Hannah Brouse, Charles Basch, Tracy HF Chow 30-38
The Effects of Podcasting on College Student Achievement and Attitude PDF
Jeff Francom, Tom Ryan, Mumbi Kariuki 39-53
Mathematics in the Age of Technology: There Is a Place for Technology in the Mathematics Classroom PDF
Helen Crompton 54-66

Articles: Special Issue

Social Mobile Devices as Tools for Qualitative Research in Education: iPhones and iPads in Ethnography, Interviewing, and Design-Based Research PDF
Nicola Louise Beddall-Hill, Abdul Jabbar, Saleh Al Shehri 67-89
Exploring the Effectiveness of Mobile Phones to Support English Language Learning for Migrant Groups PDF
Laura Pearson 90-105
Distance Learning in the Cloud: Using 3G Enabled Mobile Computing to Support Rural Medical Education PDF
Ryan Palmer, Lisa Dodson 106-116
Mobile Augmented Reality for Learning: A Case Study PDF
Marcus Specht, Stefaan Ternier, Wolfgang Greller 117-127

Full Issue

RCETJ Vol. 7, No. 1 PDF (2.3MB)

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