Christoph Göth

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This paper provides a critical analysis of Mobile Learning projects published before the end of 2007. The review uses a Mobile Learning framework to evaluate and categorize 102 Mobile Learning projects, and to briefly introduce exemplary projects for each category. All projects were analysed with the criteria: context, tools, control, communication, subject(More)
Mobile technologies offer the opportunity to embed learning in a natural environment. This paper describes the design of the MobileGame prototype, exploring the opportunities to support learning through an orientation game in a university setting. The paper first introduces the scenario and then describes the general architecture of the prototype. The main(More)
Mobile technologies offer the opportunity to embed learning in a natural environement. This paper describes the design of the MobileGame prototype. MobileGame explores the opportunities to support learning through an orientation game in a University setting.The paper first introduces the scenario and then describes the general architecture of the prototype.(More)
First experiences with a mobile information system aimed at supporting reflective exploration suggest that the device's visualization of past activities and, in particular, the routes taken helps participants orientate themselves and plan the next steps of their explorative activity. Drawing from insect navigation research we provide a preliminary(More)
Supporting people "on the move" introduces a number of constraints that are not present in traditional human-computer interaction settings. In this paper, we describe first experiences with a mobile information device supporting tourists during what we call reflective exploration of areas of interest. The modified mobile game client provides information(More)
Mobile learning exposes learning to the natural environment. If this environment is large, the learners have to navigate to find the learning objects or to explore the environment. Current mobile learning systems provide only minimal navigational support. Prior studies report that conventional pedestrian information systems are not suited to mobile(More)