Journal: IJMLO

Volume 12, Issue 4

311 -- 335Yun-Fang Tu. Factors affecting students' behavioural intention in museum-based context-aware ubiquitous learning activities
336 -- 352Stamatios Papadakis. Evaluating pre-service teachers' acceptance of mobile devices with regards to their age and gender: a case study in Greece
353 -- 372George Leal Schafflor Mello, GardĂȘnia Da Silva Abbad, Lana Montezano. Reasons and attributes for the use of mobile learning in a Brazilian financial institution
373 -- 393Ching-Yi Chang, Gwo-Jen Hwang. Trends of mobile technology-enhanced medical education: a review of journal publications from 1998 to 2016
394 -- 413Maximus Gorky Sembiring. Validating student satisfaction with a blended learning scheme in Universitas Terbuka setting

Volume 12, Issue 3

216 -- 239Rajeev Kumar Bedi, Jaswinder Singh, Sunil Kumar Gupta 0002. Multi-cloud storage systems for mobile devices: study and analysis
240 -- 262Mohammed R. Yaseen Zeebaree, Rusinah B. Siron, Hashem Ali Issa Almuslamani. The moderated effect of government regulations on the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation and competitive advantage in SMEs
263 -- 279Neelamadhab Padhy, R. P. Singh, Suresh Chandra Satapathy. Utility of an object-oriented metrics component: examining the feasibility of .Net and C# object-oriented program from the perspective of mobile learning
280 -- 292Qing-Ke Fu. Lessons learned from the successful countries and distinguished authors by reviewing 2007-2016 journal publications on mobile technology-supported collaborative learning
293 -- 310Sataworn Chaichumpa, Punnarumol Temdee. Multi-agents platform for mobile learning using objective distance based personalisation method

Volume 12, Issue 2

99 -- 112Jayendra Bharati Venkataraman, Srikanth Ramasamy. Factors influencing mobile learning: a literature review of selected journal papers
113 -- 142Somaieh Alavi, Naser Nematbakhsh, Vajiheh Zeraati. A sustainable model for deployment of mobile learning in schools
143 -- 161Sanaz Alavian Ghavanini, Elaheh Homayounvala, Ali Rezaeian. Mood-tracking application as persuasive technology for reduction of occupational stress
162 -- 189Ken Nee Chee, Noraffandy Yahaya, Nor Hasniza Ibrahim. An evaluation of the learning effectiveness of a formulated ideal social collaborative mobile learning environment application towards cognitive level in biology
190 -- 212Ken Nee Chee, Noraffandy Yahaya, Nor Hasniza Ibrahim. Factors of students' performance based on cognitive level in a mobile learning environment

Volume 12, Issue 1

1 -- 17Niwat Srisawasdi, Phattaraporn Pondee, Tassanee Bunterm. Preparing pre-service teachers to integrate mobile technology into science laboratory learning: an evaluation of technology-integrated pedagogy module
18 -- 41Gary K. W. Wong. SROR: designing a social-based routing protocol for context-aware ubiquitous learning
42 -- 54Yun-Fang Tu, Gwo-Jen Hwang. The roles of sensing technologies and learning strategies in library-associated mobile learning: a review of 2007-2016 journal publications
55 -- 76Narisra Komalawardhana, Patcharin Panjaburee. Proposal of personalised mobile game from inquiry-based learning activities perspective: relationships among genders, learning styles, perceptions, and learning interest
77 -- 95Lanqin Zheng, Xin Li, Lu Tian, Panpan Cui. The effectiveness of integrating mobile devices with inquiry-based learning on students' learning achievements: a meta-analysis