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Multiplatform E-Learning Systems and Technologies







Table of Contents
Foreword ..........................................................................................................................................xviii
Preface ................................................................................................................................................. xx
Section 1
Frameworks and Theories
Chapter 1
A Contextualised Multi-Platform Framework to Support Blended Learning
Scenarios in Learning Networks ............................................................................................................. 1
Tim de Jong, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands
Alba Fuertes, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
Tally Schmeits, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands
Marcus Specht, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands
Rob Koper, Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands
Chapter 2
A Knowledge-Based Framework for E-Learning in Heterogeneous Pervasive Environments ............ 20
Michele Ruta, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Floriano Scioscia, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Simona Colucci, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Eugenio Di Sciascio, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Tommaso Di Noia, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Agnese Pinto, D.O.O.M. s.r.l., Italy
Chapter 3
Designing Effective Pedagogical Systems for Teaching and Learning with Mobile
and Ubiquitous Devices ........................................................................................................................ 42
Wan Ng, La Trobe University, Australia
Howard Nicholas, La Trobe University, Australia
Seng Loke, La Trobe University, Australia
Torab Torabi, La Trobe University, Australia
Chapter 4
Text Messaging to Improve Instructor Immediacy and its Role in Multiplatform
E-Learning Systems .............................................................................................................................. 57
Paul Hayes, National College of Ireland, Ireland
Stephan Weibelzahl, National College of Ireland, Ireland
Chapter 5
The Role of Multi-Agent Social Networking Systems in Ubiquitous Education:
Enhancing Peer-Supported Reflective Learning ................................................................................... 72
Jonathan Bishop, Glamorgan Blended Learning LTD, UK
Section 2
Design and Integration
Chapter 6
A Method for Generating Multiplatform User Interfaces for E-Learning Environments ..................... 90
Juan Manuel González Calleros, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Josefina Guerrero García, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Jaime Muñoz Arteaga, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, México
Jean Vanderdonckt, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Francisco Javier Martínez Ruiz, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Chapter 7
Cross Platform M-Learning for the Classroom of Tomorrow ............................................................ 112
Daniel C. Doolan, Robert Gordon University, Scotland
Tracey J. Mehigan, University College Cork, Ireland
Sabin Tabirca, University College Cork, Ireland
Ian Pitt, University College Cork, Ireland
Chapter 8
Plastic Interfaces for Ubiquitous Learning ......................................................................................... 128
José Rouillard, Laboratoire LIFL—Université de Lille 1, France
Chapter 9
Co-Design and Co-Deployment Methodologies for Innovative m-Learning Systems ....................... 147
David Millard, University of Southampton, UK
Yvonne Howard, University of Southampton, UK
Lester Gilbert, University of Southampton, UK
Gary Wills, University of Southampton, UK
Chapter 10
Design and Implementation of Multiplatform Mobile-Learning Environment as an
Extension of SCORM 2004 Specifications ......................................................................................... 164
Kiyoshi Nakabayashi, National Institute of Multimedia Education, Japan
Chapter 11
Towards Mobile Learning Applications Integration with Learning Management Systems ............... 182
Marc Alier Forment, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
María José Casany Guerrero, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Jordi Piguillem Poch, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Section 3
Innovative Tools
Chapter 12
Using Mobile and Pervasive Technologies to Engage Formal and Informal
Learners in Scientific Debate .............................................................................................................. 196
Dawn Woodgate, University of Bath, UK
Danaë Stanton Fraser, University of Bath, UK
Amanda Gower, BT Innovate, UK
Maxine Glancy, BBC Research & Innovation, UK
Andrew Gower, BT Innovate, UK
Alan Chamberlain, University of Nottingham, UK
Teresa Dillon, Polar Produce, UK
David Crellin, Abington Partners, UK
Chapter 13
Tools for Students Doing Mobile Fieldwork ...................................................................................... 215
Mattias Rost, Göteborg University, Sweden
Lars Erik Holmquist, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
Chapter 14
SMART: Stop-Motion Animation and Reviewing Tool ..................................................................... 229
Peter Byrne, Trinity College, Ireland
Brendan Tangney, Trinity College, Ireland
Section 4
Innovative Cases
Chapter 15
A Multiplatform E-learning System for Collaborative Learning: The Potential of Interactions
for Learning Fraction Equivalence ..................................................................................................... 244
Siu Cheung Kong, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Chapter 16
Mobile Interactive Learning in Large Classes: Towards an Integrated
Instructor-Centric and Peer-to-Peer Approach .................................................................................... 260
Kin-Choong Yow, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Boon-Chong Seet, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Chapter 17
The “Trigger” Experience: Text Messaging as an Aide Memoire to Alert Students in Mobile
Usage of Teaching and Learning Resources ....................................................................................... 273
Joan Richardson, RMIT University, Australia
John Lenarcic, RMIT University, Australia
Chapter 18
Use of Mobile Technology at Montclair State University .................................................................. 292
Patricia Kahn, Montclair State University, USA
Edward Chapel, Montclair State University, USA
Chapter 19
Contextual Learning and Memory Retention: The use of Near Field Communications,
QR Codes, QBIC, and the Spacing Effect in Location Based Learning............................................. 309
David Metcalf, University of Central Florida, USA
David Rogers, University of Central Florida, USA
Chapter 20
Development of a Museum Exhibition System Combining Interactional and Transmissional
Learning .............................................................................................................................................. 321
Shinichi Hisamatsu, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Compilation of References ............................................................................................................... 336
About the Contributors .................................................................................................................... 363
Index ................................................................................................................................................... 376


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