Mobile Lecture Interaction : Making Technology and Learning Click

@inproceedings{Costa2008MobileLI,
  title={Mobile Lecture Interaction : Making Technology and Learning Click},
  author={Joana Cruz e Costa and Timo Ojala and Jani Korhonen},
  year={2008}
}
We present the MLI (Mobile Lecture Interaction) application for enhancing lecture interaction between a teacher and the students. With their personal mobile phones students can anonymously ask questions and support questions from other students by voting for them. The questions and their support are displayed in real-time to the teacher who can then address them as (s)he finds appropriate. The results of the empirical evaluation of the MLI application in the real usage context at eight… CONTINUE READING
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