Work-based Mobile Learning: Concepts and Cases

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Norbert Pachler, Christoph Pimmer, Judith Seipold
Peter Lang, 2011 - Education - 403 pages
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The increased use of mobile devices in work contexts alters our work and learning practices. This is particularly true for knowledge workers. In addressing the implications of this transformation this book offers a multi-faceted collection of different concepts and cases of mobile learning in work environments.
  

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Contents

KAREN EVANS
7
Setting the scene
29
1 Theoretical domains of workbased learning
31
CERIDWEN COULBY JULIE LAXTON STUART BOOMER
51
1 A dialogue between student and tutor within the eportfolio
60
LUCY STONE
71
SELENA CHAN
91
1 Visual representation of CPIT mobile learning eportfolio
97
2 Fast ondemand support for internal and external service staff
212
MICHAEL E AUER ARTHUR EDWARDS AND DANILO GARBI ZUTIN
219
1 Classification of online laboratories
225
2 PCB with the ASIC
239
SARAH CORNELIUS AND PHIL MARSTON
249
1 The branching tree framework for the SMS flood scenario
253
KEVIN BURDEN SANDY SCHUCK AND PETER AUBUSSON
277
JOCELYN WISHART
305

Z Structure of human activity system in the mobile portfolio project
106
The affordances of mobile learning that can engage
117
CLAUDIA DE WITT SONJA GANGUIN MACIEJ KUSZPA
147
1 Elements of a didacticalmethodological design
155
3 Frequency of using different technological devices
164
GEOFF STEAD AND MARTIN GOOD
173
1 Sample contents
178
LIZA WOHLFART SIMONE MARTINETZ AND ALEXANDER SCHLETZ
197
Topdown and bottomup
206
2 Webbased form for entering and editing information for the nodes
317
CHRISTOPH PIMMER AND URS GROHBIEL
335
1 A framework for classifying corporate mobile learning scenarios
346
JOCELYN WISHART AND DAVID GREEN
355
1 Using trends or drivers to generate future scenarios
361
3 Model of Projecting handheld device
367
Notes on Contributors
383
Index
397
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About the author (2011)

Norbert Pachler is Professor of Education and Pro-Director: Professional Education at the Institute of Education, University of London. He is also the convenor of the London Mobile Learning Group. His research interests include foreign language pedagogy, teacher education and development, and new technologies in education. He has published widely in these fields. Christoph Pimmer is a research fellow at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland. He has worked on several projects in the field of technology-enhanced learning and mobile learning. His current research interest includes work-based mobile learning with a particular focus on mobile learning in clinical settings. Judith Seipold is a professional in the field of media education. Her current research is on mobile learning as agentive and meaningful activity in school and everyday life.

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