Journal: IJMLO

Volume 4, Issue 4

333 -- 345Hiroaki Ogata, Masayuki Miyata, Bin Hou, Yoneo Yano. JAMIOLAS2: supporting Japanese mimetic words and onomatopoeia learning with wireless sensor networks for overseas students
346 -- 359Kristian Kiili, Jari Multisilta, Marko Suominen, Harri Ketamo. Learning experiences of mobile social media
360 -- 377Ju-Ling Shih, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Chien-Wen Chuang, Jia-Jia Cheng. Using a mobile learning system for field investigative learning about the local history and geography of southern Taiwan
378 -- 390Jane Yin-Kim Yau, Mike Joy. An adaptive context-aware mobile learning framework based on the usability perspective
391 -- 406Hitoshi Miyata, Machiko Sannomiya, Mariko Suzuki. Development and evaluation of web-based mobile contents for logical thinking by teaching students 'how to think' PAPER WITHDRAWN
407 -- 427Mohammed-Issa Riad Mousa Jaradat. Understanding the acceptance of mobile university services: an empirical analysis
428 -- 439Anna Wingkvist, Morgan Ericsson. Extracting and expressing experience with mobile learning: lessons learned

Volume 4, Issue 3

235 -- 252Anastasios A. Economides, Amalia Grousopoulou. Mobiles in education: students' usage, preferences and desires
253 -- 268Ju-Ling Shih, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Yu-Chung Chu. Development and instructional application of u-library on butterfly and wetland ecology for context-aware ubiquitous learning
269 -- 280Cathrine Filstad, Petter Gottschalk. Knowing in mobile organisations - trust and knowledge sharing in virtual teams
281 -- 293OuYang Yin, Mei-Chun Yin, Pofen Wang. Cognitive load and learning effects of mobile learning for the students with different learning styles
294 -- 316Rattiporn Luanrattana, Khin Than Win, John Fulcher, Don Iverson. Adoption of mobile technology in a problem-based learning approach to medical education
317 -- 331Moushir M. El-Bishouty, Hiroaki Ogata, Gerardo Ayala, Yoneo Yano. Context-aware support for self-directed ubiquitous-learning

Volume 4, Issue 2

116 -- 129Agnes Kukulska-Hulme. Charting unknown territory: models of participation in mobile language learning
130 -- 149Timothy Read, Elena Bárcena, Covadonga Rodrigo. Modelling ubiquity for second language learning
150 -- 171Oleg Starostenko, Vicente Alarcón Aquino, Humberto Lobato-Morales, Oleg Sergiyenko. Computational approaches to support image-based language learning within mobile environment
172 -- 191Joanna Lumsden, Rock Leung, Danny D'Amours, Daniel McDonald. ©: a mobile adult literacy experiential learning application
192 -- 213Gerardo Ayala, Rosa G. J. Paredes, Sergio Castillo. Computational models for mobile and ubiquitous second language learning
214 -- 234Chengjiu Yin, Hiroaki Ogata, Yoshiyuki Tabata, Yoneo Yano. Supporting the acquisition of Japanese polite expressions in context-aware ubiquitous learning

Volume 4, Issue 1

1 -- 14Johan Lundin, Gustav Lymer, Lars Erik Holmquist, Barry Brown, Mattias Rost. Integrating students' mobile technology in higher education
15 -- 38Mohamed Amine Chatti, Satish Narayana Srirama, Iliyana Ivanova, Matthias Jarke. The MobileHost CoLearn system: mobile social software for collaborative learning
39 -- 54Chao-hsiu Chen, Shih-Hsuan Chen, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Tzu-Chi Yang. Factors influencing teachers' adoption of a ubiquitous technology application in supporting teacher performance
55 -- 82Norshuhada Shiratuddin, Syamsul Bahrin Zaibon. Mobile game-based learning with local content and appealing characters
83 -- 97Krassie Petrova. An implementation of an mLearning scenario using short text messaging: an analysis and evaluation
98 -- 112Wu-Yuin Hwang, Jia-Han Su, Jung-Lung Hsu, Hui-Ju Huang. A study on ubiquitous computer supported collaborative learning with hybrid mobile discussion forum