Context-Aware Support for Computer-Supported Ubiquitous Learning

Abstract

This paper describes a computer supported ubiquitous learning environment for language learning. This paper proposes two systems. The first is contextaware language-learning support system for Japanese polite expressions learning, which is called JAPELAS (Japanese polite expressions learning assisting system). This system provides learner the appropriate polite expressions deriving the learner’s situation and personal information. The second system is called TANGO (Tag Added learNinG Objects) system, which detects the objects around learner using RFID tags, and provides the learner the educational information. This paper describes the preliminary evaluation of those two systems.

DOI: 10.1109/WMTE.2004.1281330

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@inproceedings{Ogata2004ContextAwareSF, title={Context-Aware Support for Computer-Supported Ubiquitous Learning}, author={Hiroaki Ogata and Yoneo Yano}, booktitle={WMTE}, year={2004} }