Journal: IJMLO

Volume 3, Issue 4

337 -- 350Hiroaki Ogata, Yoshiki Matsuka, Moushir M. El-Bishouty, Yoneo Yano. LORAMS: linking physical objects and videos for capturing and sharing learning experiences towards ubiquitous learning
351 -- 365Pluto Wang, Hokyoung Ryu. Not SMS, but mobile quizzes: Designing a mobile learning application for university students
366 -- 380Ruey-Ming Chao, Shaio Yan Huang, Jason C. H. Chen, Jia-Nan Chang. Development of STS collaborative tutoring strategy for u-learning environment
381 -- 398Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Richard Raban, Andrew Litchfield, Elaine Lawrence. Addressing the cost barriers to mobile learning in higher education
399 -- 419Thomas Cochrane. Mobilising learning: intentional disruption - harnessing the potential of social software tools in higher education using wireless mobile devices
420 -- 439Shuchih Ernest Chang, Pao-Yao Huang. Adopting podcast technology for asynchronous learning in the EFL context
440 -- 463Dionisios Dimakopoulos, George D. Magoulas. Interface design and evaluation of a personal information space for mobile learners

Volume 3, Issue 3

223 -- 242Shuang Xu, Xiaowen Fang, Susy S. Chan. Development of a dual-modal information presentation of sequential relationship
243 -- 257Xiaobo Wu, Qi Chen, Lingling Sheng, Ying Wang. A conceptual model of m-commerce customers' continuance intention based on the customers' perceived value
258 -- 274Jun Sun, Lai C. Liu, Kai S. Koong. Web disclosures of substandard mobile learning programmes and institutions
275 -- 288Lidan Ha, Jie Du, Heather Holden, Roy Rada. Literature trends for mobile learning: word frequencies and concept maps
289 -- 305Hanno Hildmann, Anika Uhlemann, Daniel Livingstone. Simple mobile phone-based games to adjust the player's behaviour and social norms
306 -- 321Shuang Xu. Understanding users' perception of speech recognition errors in mobile communication
322 -- 335Gülçin Yücel, Ayse Elvan Bayraktaroglu, Murat E. Unal. A fuzzy cognitive map approach for analysis of electronic consumer products in terms of usability among different age groups

Volume 3, Issue 2

107 -- 127Petros Lalos, Fotis Lazarinis, Dimitris Kanellopoulos. E-snakes and ladders: a hypermedia educational environment for portable devices
128 -- 147Réka Vas, Barna Kovács, Gábor Kismihók. Ontology-based mobile learning and knowledge testing
148 -- 163Reggie Davidrajuh. Evaluating performance of a Bluetooth-based classroom tool
164 -- 183Simon Boung-Yew Lau, Chien-Sing Lee. Methodology and system design for implementing context-adaptive service-oriented web-based learning
184 -- 201Oliver Schneider 0001, Udo Bleimann, Ingo Stengel. Atlantis university: learn your own way
202 -- 218Zsolt Ugray. Security and privacy issues in mobile learning

Volume 3, Issue 1

1 -- 14Hendrik Büdding, Fabian Schroer. Knowledge to go: using mobile technologies for mobile learning inside and outside university and school
15 -- 24Kumar Laxman. Facilitating adult mobile technology-based learning through problem solving
25 -- 43Dylan Marin, Permanand Mohan. Personalisation in mobile learning
44 -- 59Atmaram Mulliah, Eleni Stroulia. Mobile devices for collaborative learning in practicum courses
60 -- 83Peter Sen Kee Seow, Baohui Zhang, Wenli Chen, Chee-Kit Looi, Nicholas Yew Lee Tan. Designing a seamless learning environment to learn reduce, reuse and recycle in environmental education
84 -- 101Ty Mey Eap, Dragan Gasevic, Kinshuk, Fuhua Lin. Personalised mobile learning content delivery: a learner centric approach