Context-Sensitive Microlearning of Foreign Language Vocabulary on a Mobile Device

@inproceedings{Beaudin2007ContextSensitiveMO,
  title={Context-Sensitive Microlearning of Foreign Language Vocabulary on a Mobile Device},
  author={Jennifer Beaudin and Stephen S. Intille and Emmanuel Munguia Tapia and Randy Rockinson and Margaret E. Morris},
  booktitle={AmI},
  year={2007}
}
We explore the use of ubiquitous sensing in the home for contextsensitive microlearning. To assess how users would respond to frequent and brief learning interactions tied to context, a sensor-triggered mobile phone application was developed, with foreign language vocabulary as the learning domain. A married couple used the system in a home environment, during the course of everyday activities, for a four-week study period. Built-in and stickon multi-modal sensors detected the participants… CONTINUE READING
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