Journal: IJMLO

Volume 14, Issue 4

425 -- 455Sofia Moya, Mar Camacho. A taxonomy of mobile learning based on a systematic review
456 -- 477Tingting Li, Di Zou, Xiaojing Weng, Minhong Wang, Haoran Xie 0001, Fu Lee Wang. Acceptance and implications of smartphones for informal language learning in foreign study tours
478 -- 491Nantakarn Maneejak, Pratchayapong Yasri. The uSAP model: a ubiquitous observation protocol for improving teamwork skills, time management and accuracy in high fidelity simulation among nursing students
492 -- 510Jun Xiao, Esther Tan, Xuejiao Li, Mengying Cao, Marcus Specht. Using social media in mobile MOOC for teacher professional development
511 -- 532Abbas Ali Rezaee, Seyyed Mohammad Alavi, Parisa Razzaghifard. Mobile-based dynamic assessment and the development of EFL students' oral fluency
533 -- 548Ruofei Zhang, Di Zou. Influential factors of working adults' perceptions of mobile-assisted vocabulary learning with multimedia annotations

Volume 14, Issue 3

277 -- 306Bilal Ali Yaseen Al-Nassar. Effect of information quality and system quality in information system success model as an antecedent of mobile learning in education institutions: case study in Jordan
307 -- 321Amy C.-M. Yeo, Steve Carter. Consumer perception towards corporate social responsibility practices: a study of the Malaysian banking sector
322 -- 337Sri Hartini. Mobile advergame: analysis of flow, attitudes and competitor trait as the moderating variable
338 -- 356Tomasz Sosnowski, Anna Wawryszuk-Misztal. The inclination to public disclosure of financial forecasts by companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in times of mobile life
357 -- 369N. P. G. S. I. Naotunna, H. P. R. Priyankara. The impact of telework on creativity of professional employees in Sri Lanka: componential and social cognitive theoretical views
370 -- 397Yuge Tu, Di Zou, Ruofei Zhang. A comprehensive framework for designing and evaluating vocabulary learning apps from multiple perspectives
398 -- 424Chuthathip Srisuwan, Patcharin Panjaburee. Implementation of flipped classroom with personalised ubiquitous learning support system to promote the university student performance of information literacy

Volume 14, Issue 2

136 -- 160Jingrong Xie. On the exploration of a mobile executive functioning coaching solution for students with and without disabilities in post-secondary STEM education
161 -- 183Gwo-Jen Hwang, Kam Cheong Li, Chiu-Lin Lai. Trends and strategies for conducting effective STEM research and applications: a mobile and ubiquitous learning perspective
184 -- 202Jingrong Xie, James D. Basham, Alyse Bensel. Integrating research-based practices and mobile technology to support students with executive functioning challenges in post-secondary STEM
203 -- 214Ching Sing Chai, Morris S. Y. Jong, Zhiming Yan. Surveying Chinese teachers' technological pedagogical STEM knowledge: a pilot validation of STEM-TPACK survey
215 -- 235Tanachai Kajonmanee, Pawat Chaipidech, Niwat Srisawasdi, Kornchawal Chaipah. A personalised mobile learning system for promoting STEM discipline teachers' TPACK development
236 -- 254Kannika Daungcharone, Patcharin Panjaburee, Krittawaya Thongkoo. Implementation of mobile game-transformed lecture-based approach to promoting C programming language learning
255 -- 274Pandora Dorouka, Stamatis Papadakis, Michail Kalogiannakis. Tablets and apps for promoting robotics, mathematics, STEM education and literacy in early childhood education

Volume 14, Issue 1

3 -- 20Sin Chun Ng, Ho-Chun Lee, King-Nam Cheng, Heung-Hang Ngan. A mobile application with augmented reality in exploring the natural environment of Hong Kong
21 -- 35Vivian W. Y. Lee, Paula Hodgson, Chung-Shing Chan, Agnes Fong, Sonia W. L. Cheung. Optimising the learning process with immersive virtual reality and non-immersive virtual reality in an educational environment
36 -- 48Daniel Seah. Using Kahoot in law school: differentiated instruction for working adults with diverse learning abilities
49 -- 62Jiyou Jia, Zhenzhen Chen. Voluntary participation and natural grouping with smartphones: an effective and practical approach to implement a quasi-experiment
63 -- 79Kam Cheong Li, Billy Tak-Ming Wong. The use of student response systems with learning analytics: a review of case studies (2008-2017)
80 -- 98Aisha Salim Ali Al-Harthi, Chris Campbell, Houda Abdullah Al-Hosni. Stakeholders' perceptions of integrating mobile devices in teaching and learning
99 -- 113Lu-Ho Hsia, Han-Yu Sung. Effects of a mobile technology-supported peer assessment approach on students' learning motivation and perceptions in a college flipped dance class
114 -- 129Gwo-Jen Hwang, Qing-Ke Fu. Advancement and research trends of smart learning environments in the mobile era