• Corpus ID: 55780094

A Comparison Analysis of Mobile Learning Systems

  title={A Comparison Analysis of Mobile Learning Systems},
  author={Evgeniya Georgieva},
  journal={Communication and Cognition. Monographies},
With the progress of ICT the abilities for organizing of mobile learning increase more. At the present there exist mobile learning systems which differ from each other by their functional abilities. A well- founded selection of comparison criteria and comparison analysis of 12 mobile learning systems are presented in this paper. Appropriate conclusions about the main characteristics of the existing non- commercial and commercial m-Learning systems are made. 

Tables from this paper

A Study on Mobile Learning Possibilities at AIOU

It was revealed that mobile learning is effective for the improvement of distance learning and at higher level of learning at AIOU.

Just in Time

This study aims to explore a list of criteria for designing mobile learning environments through JIT strategy. It also aims to ensure that these criteria can be applied in developing mobile learning

Multimedia Technology and Distance Learning Using Mobile Technology in Developing Countries

The concepts of distance learning are prevalent in developing countries for last few decades and it is very much in vogue in developed countries [13], [17]. In the developing countries it started

Mobile as a Mainstream – Towards Future Challenges in Mobile Learning

This book constitutes the proceedings of the 13th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, mLearn 2014, held in Istanbul, Turkey, in November 2014. The 20 revised full papers and 17 short

On Mobile Learning with Learning Content Management Systems: A Contemporary Literature Review

This paper reviews the literature on mobile LCMS for the purpose of identifying current research focus, research gaps, and future research directions regarding how to bridge the gaps and leverage CMS technology to support “mobile learning”.

Mobile Applications to Enhance Versatility of Mobile Learning in Higher Education

The findings of the study show that the effect of Organizational Support (OS), Availability of ICTs (ICT) and Effort Expectancy (EE) on Behavioral intention to use M-learning and particularly m-examination was significant.

Assessing the Quality of M-Learning Systems using ISO/IEC 25010

In this work, a M-Learning frame work is developed, software System quality is evaluated following the ISO/IEC 25010 Software Quality model, and a set of metrics which measure the characteristics of a MLearning systems are proposed.

Media Synchronicity Theory: Towards a Rigorous Evaluation Framework for M-Learning Artifacts Learning Artifacts

Media Synchronicity Theory (MST) is envisioned as a potential framework for evaluating mobile learning artifacts i.e., mobile devices and learning content management systems.

A comparative study about mobile learning with gamification and augmented reality in high education instituitions across South Europe, South America, and Asia countries

In current context, the society is being transforming itself in what genetically is named as digital society. The digital is taking over the organizations that perceive in technology an

Embedding augmented and virtual reality in educational learning method: Present and future

The main goal for this paper is to assist teachers to be motivated appreciate by adding new technologies in their teaching method by selecting a suitable technology based on teaching requirements and materials.



A General Classification of Mobile Learning Systems

A 3D visualisation of this general classification of existing mobile learning systems according to three indicators of the usability is presented to give a possibility easy to take into account the differences in the implementation of the systems as well as their common characteristics.

MobiLP: a mobile learning platform for enhancing lifewide learning

This work proposes MobiLP - a Web-based learning system which supports accesses from both mobile and nonmobile computing devices, and aims at providing educational contents and communication services to teachers and students anytime, anywhere.

Wireless E-Learning and Communication Environment: WELCOME at the University of Regensburg

It is argued that mobile/electronic education should not attempt to replace traditional education with tutors and instructors but support both student and teacher by providing services that facilitate teaching, learning, and education-related administrative tasks.

Mobile Learning: The Next Generation of Learning

FernUniversitat’s conceptual and technical contributions to the second year of the Leonardo project “Mobile Learning: The Next Generation of Learning” are presented.

An evaluation of open source e-learning platforms stressing adaptation issues

  • S. GrafB. List
  • Computer Science
    Fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT'05)
  • 2005
The result of the evaluation shows that the platform Moodle outperforms all other platforms and also obtained the best rating in the adaptation category.

Comparison of E-Learning Platforms, http://www.bmf.hu/ conferences/sisy2005/Pinter.pdf

  • 2005