mobile learning . A STELLAR Small - Scale Study

Abstract

This study starts from several inputs that the partners have collected from previous and current running research projects and a workshop organised at the STELLAR Alpine Rendevous 2010. In the study, several steps have been taken, firstly a literature review and analysis of existing systems; secondly, mobile learning experts have been involved in a concept mapping study to identify the main challenges that can be solved via mobile learning; and thirdly, an identification of educational patterns based on these examples has been done. Out of this study the partners aim to develop an educational framework for contextual learning as a unifying approach in the field. Therefore one of our central research questions is: how can we investigate, theorise, model and support contextual learning?

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@inproceedings{Brown2016mobileL, title={mobile learning . A STELLAR Small - Scale Study}, author={Elizabeth Brown and Dirk Brner and Mike Sharples and Christian Glahn and Tim de Jong and Marcus Specht and Dirk B{\"{o}rner}, year={2016} }