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  • Alsop, G., Briggs, J., Stone, A., & Tompsett, C. (2002). M-learning as a Means of Supporting Learners: Tomorrow's Technologies Are Already Here, How Can We Most Effectively Use Them in The E-learning Age?. Sheffield:   
  • Attewell, J., & Savill-Smith, C. (2003). Young People, Mobile Phones and Learning. London: Learning and Skills Development Agency.
  • Brown (2001). Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age. Springer.
  • Briggs, J. & Stone, A. (2002). ITZ GD 2 TXT - How To Use SMS Effectively in M-Learning. Birmingham:   
  • Brown, M. D. (2001). Handhelds in the Classroom.
    http://www.education-world.com/a_tech/tech083.shtml
  • Brown, T. H. (2003). The Role of m-learning in the Future of e-learning in South Africa. Paper presented at the 21st ICDE World Conference, June 2003, Hong Kong.
  • Chen, Y. S., Kao, T. C., & Sheu, J. P. (2003). A mobile learning system for scaffolding bird watching learning. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 347-359.
  • Dominick, J. (2002). Ready or not -- PDAs in the classroom. Syllabus, 6(2), 30-32.
  • Ellis, K. (2003). Moving into M-Learning. Training. 40 (10), 56-59.
  • Fallon, M. A. C. (2002). Handheld devices. Syllabus, 16(4), 10-15
  • Ferscha, A. (2002). Wireless Learning Networks, Grundlagenkonferenz e-elearning, Wien
  • Garner, I., Francis,J., & Wales, K. (2002). An Evaluation of an Implementation of a Short Message System (SMS) to Support Undergraduate Student Learning. Birmingham
  • Gayeski, D. (2002). Learning Unplugged - Using Mobile Technologies for Organisational and Performance Improvement. New York, NY: AMACON - American Management Association.
  • Gearhart, D. (2003). Distance Education Going Mobile: A Look into the Future. AACIS Conference, Sioux Falls, SD
  • Griswold, W., Boyer, R., Brown, S., Truong, T., Bhasker, E., Jay, G., & Shapiro, B. (2002). Using Mobile Technology to Create Opportunistic Interactions on a University Campus. San Diego, CA: Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
  • Hackemer, K & Peterson, D. (2005) Campus-wide Handhelds In A. Kukulska-Hulme & J. Traxler (Eds.), Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers. London: Taylor and Francis
  • Harris, P.  (2001) Going Mobile. Learning Circuits
    http://www.learningcircuits.org/2001/jul2001/harris.html
  • Hewson, C., Yule, P., Laurent, D., & Vogel, C. (2003). Internet Research Methods (N. G. Fielding & R. M. Lee, Eds.). London: SAGE Publications.
  • Hoppe, H. U. (2004). SMS-based Discussions - Technology Enhanced Collaboration for A Literature Course. National Central University, Taiwan
  • Hyötyläinen, T. (2002) Converging E-learning and IP Multimedia in mobile environments. Europrix Scholars Conference, Tampere, Finland, November 14–15, 2002
  • Jones, M. and Marsden, G. (2004) "Please turn on your mobile phones - First Impressions of Text-messaging in Lectures", Computer Science Department Tech Report (07/2004). Waikato University.
  • Katz, J. E., & Aakhus, M. (Eds.). (2002). Perpetual Contact - Mobile Communications, Private Talk, Public Performance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Keegan, D. The future of learning: From eLearning to mLearning.http://learning.ericsson.net/mlearning2/project_one/book.html
  • Keefe, K. MobileLlearning: A Tool for Inclusion. http://www.learningcitizen.net/articles/Mobilelearningatoolf.shtml
  • Kneebone, R. (2005) PDAs for PSPs In A. Kukulska-Hulme & J. Traxler (Eds.), Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers. London: Taylor and Francis
  • Kossen, J. (2001) "When e-learning becomes m-learning" Palmpower Magazine. http://www.palmpowerenterprise.com/issues/issue200106/elearning001.html 
  • Kukulska-Hulme, A. (2002). Cognitive, Ergonomic and Affective Aspects of PDA Use for Learning. Birmingham. 
  • Kukulska-Hulme, A. & Traxler, J. (2005 forthcoming). Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers',.Routledge Falmer (Taylor & Francis Group).
  • Levy, M., & Kennedy, C. (2005). Learning Italian via Mobile SMS. In A. Kukulska-Hulme & J. Traxler (Eds.), Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Luckin, R., Brewster, D., Pearce, D., Siddons-Corby, R., & du Boulay, B. (2003). SMILE: the Creation of Space for Interaction Through Blended Digital Technology. London
  • Lundin, J., & Magnusson, M. (2003). Collaborative learning in mobile work. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 273-283.
  • Lyons, K. (2003). Everyday Wearable Computer Use: A Case Study of an Expert User. Udine, Italy: Springer.
  • Nyiri, K. Towards a philosophy of M-learning.  Page(s): 121- 124. Proceedings of WMTE Conference webpage
  • O'Malley, C. & Stanton, D. (2002). Tangible Technologies for Collaborative Storytelling. Birmingham
  • Pasanen, J. (2003). Corporate Mobile Learning. In H. Kynaslahti & P. Seppala (Eds.), Mobile Learning (pp. 115-123). Helsinki, Finland: IT Press.
  • Perry, D. (2003). Handheld Computers (PDAs) in Schools. Coventry: BECTa.
  • Peterson, D. (2002). Implementing PDAs in a college course: One professor's perspective. Syllabus, 16(4), 16-18.
  • Pinkwart, N., Hoppe, H. U., Milrad, M., & Perez, J. (2003). Educational scenarios for cooperative use of Personal Digital Assistants. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 383-391.
  • Polishook, M. (2005) Music on PDAs in A. Kukulska-Hulme & J. Traxler (Eds.), Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers. London: Taylor and Francis
  • Pownell, D., & Bailey, G. D. (2001). Getting A Handle on Handhelds. http://www.electronic-school.com/2001/06/0601handhelds.html
  • Plant, S. (2001). On the Mobile - the effects of mobile telephones on individual and social life. Motorola.
  • Quinn, C. (2000) "mLearning: Mobile, Wireless, In-Your-Pocket Learning" LineZine. http://www.linezine.com/2.1/features/cqmmwiyp.htm
  • Rudman, P. D., Sharples, M., & Baber, C. (2002). Supporting Learning in Conversations using Personal Technologies. Birmingham
  • Rudman, P. D., Sharples, M., Chan, T., & Bull, S. (2003). Evaluation of a Mobile Learning Organiser and Concept Mapping Tools. London
  • Salmon, G. (2000). e-moderating - the key to teaching and learning online (F. Lockwood, Ed.). London: Kogan Page. 
  • Sariola, J. (2003). The Boundaries of University Teaching: Mobile Learning as a Strategic Choice for the Virtual University. In H. Kynaslahti & P. Seppala (Eds.), Mobile Learning (pp. 71-78). Helsinki: IT Press.
  • Seppala, P., & Alamaki, H. (2003). Mobile learning in teacher training. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 330-335.
  • Sharples, M. (2001). Disruptive Devices: Mobile Technology for Conversational Learning. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning, 12(5/6), 504-520.Shephard, Clive
  • M is for Maybe (Fastrak-Consulting) http://www.fastrak-consulting.co.uk/tactix/features/mlearning.htm
  • Smordal, O., & Gregory, J. (2003). Personal Digital Assistants in medical education and practice. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19(3), 320-329.
  • Salmon, G. (2000). e-moderating - the key to teaching and learning online (F. Lockwood, Ed.). London: Kogan Page.
  • Sharples, M. (2003). Portable and Mobile Educational Technology Research. BECTA 2003.
  • Sharples, M. (2004). M-learning: Putting the m and the Learning Together. UCISA.
  • Shields, J. & Poftak, A. (2002). A report card on handheld computing. Technology & Learning. 22(7), 34.
  • Shih, T (2004). Aspects of Distance Education Technologies - The Sharable Content Object Reference Model, International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 2003 
  • Soloway, Norris, Blumenfeld, Krajcik, & Marx. (2001). Devices are Ready-at-Hand.
  • Taylor, J. (2003). A Task-centred Approach to Evaluating a Mobile Learning Environment for Pedagogical Soundness. London
  • Traxler, J. & Riordan, B. (2003). Evaluating the Effectiveness of Retention Strategies Using SMS, WAP and WWW Student Support. Galway, Ireland: ICS-LTSN.
  • Traxler, J., & Kukulska-Hulme, A. (2004). Mobile Learning in Developing Countries (G. Chin, Ed.). Vancouver, BC: Commonwealth of Learning.
  • Traxler, J. (2004). Mobile Learning - The Ethical and Legal Challenges. Rome: LSDA.
  • Vänskä, R. K. (2003). Mobility in Learning.
  • Vuorinen, R., & Sampson, J. (2003). Using mobile Information Technology to Enhance Counselling and Guidance. In H. Kynaslahti & P. Seppala (Eds.), Mobile Learning (pp. 63-70). Helsinki: IT Press.
  • Wood, K. (2004). Introduction to Mobile Learning (BECTA) http://ferl.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?page=65&catid=192&resid=5194&printable=1
  • Wangemann, P., Lewis, N., & Squires, D. A. (2003). Portable technology comes of age. T.H.E. Journal, 31(4), 26-32
  • Yuen, S. C.-Y., & Yuen, P. K. (2003). PDAs as Educational Power Tools. Tech Directions, 62(9), 14-17.
  • 3T Productions Ltd, Occasional Paper five ‘Mobile Learning’. e-mail: blockitt@3t.co.uk

Resources Websites on m-Learning


Resources Electronic Voting Systems
  • Boyle, J. and Nicol, D. (2003) "Using classroom communication systems to support interaction and discussion in large class settings" Association of Learning Technology Journal (ALT-J) 11, pp43-57.
  • Crouch, C. and Mazur, E. (2001) "Peer instruction: ten years of experience and results" American Journal of Physics 69, pp970-977.
  • Draper, S. and Brown, M. (2004), "Increasing interactivity in lectures using an electronic voting system", Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 20, pp81-94.
  • Draper, S. (2005), "EVS technologies, alternatives, vendors", Interactive Lectures Website http://www.psy.gla.ac.uk/~steve/ilig/tech.html
  • Wit, E. (2003) "Who wants to be… The use of a Personal Response System in statistics teaching" MSOR

 


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