Journal: IJMLO

Volume 6, Issue 3/4

189 -- 203Dirk Börner, Jeroen Storm, Marco Kalz, Marcus Specht. Energy awareness displays: motivating conservation at the workplace through feedback
204 -- 217Tsung-Yen Chuang, Sheng-Hsiung Su. Using mobile console games for multiple intelligences and education
218 -- 231Naif Radi Aljohani, Hugh C. Davis, Seng W. Loke. A comparison between mobile and ubiquitous learning from the perspective of human-computer interaction
232 -- 245Daniyar Sapargaliyev. Development of mobile learning in Kazakhstani higher education
246 -- 259Hsin-Ke Lu. Learning styles and acceptance of e-learning management systems: an extension of behaviour intention model
260 -- 284Waleed Alsabhan, Oualid Ben Ali. Mobile Land Information System (MLIS): a GIS-based e-government application
285 -- 302Jalal Nouri. Eliciting the potentials of mathematical mobile learning through scaffolding learning processes across contexts
303 -- 315Mahnaz Saeidi, Mohammad Amin Mozaheb. Comparing vocabulary learning of EFL learners by using two different strategies (mobile learning vs. flashcards)

Volume 6, Issue 2

99 -- 115Rosa G. J. Paredes, Gerardo Ayala. User and context modelling for adaptive mobile learning interfaces
116 -- 137Yuichi Ono, Manabu Ishihara. Integrating mobile-based individual activities into the Japanese EFL classroom
138 -- 155Noriko Uosaki, Hiroaki Ogata, Taro Sugimoto, Mengmeng Li, Bin Hou. Towards seamless vocabulary learning: how we can entwine in-class and outside-of-class learning
156 -- 171Lung-Hsiang Wong, Ching Sing Chai, Chee-Kuen Chin, Yu-Fen Hsieh, May Liu. Towards a seamless language learning framework mediated by the ubiquitous technology
172 -- 187Håkan Sollervall, Marcelo Milrad. Theoretical and methodological considerations regarding the design of innovative mathematical learning activities with mobile technologies

Volume 6, Issue 1

1 -- 7Hardy Ernst, John Harrison. Active mlearning opportunities offered by a prototype template of a new web-based SBLi™ interface for smartphones
8 -- 24Jie Chi Yang, Chih Hung Chen. A mobile learning environment for supporting inquiry-based experimental activities in elementary school
25 -- 37Hardy Ernst, John Harrison, Kay Colthorpe. Mobile learning materials as a 'prompt' for participation in physiology practical classes
38 -- 51Laura Crane, Phillip Benachour, Paul Coulton. Investigating user experiences with spatial and temporal context-aware applications to support mobile virtual learning environments
52 -- 63Pi-hsia Hung, Gwo-Jen Hwang, I-hua Lin, I-Hsiang Su. The characteristics of gifted students' ecology inquiries in ubiquitous learning activities
64 -- 78Hiroaki Ogata, Noriko Uosaki. A new trend of mobile and ubiquitous learning research: towards enhancing ubiquitous learning experiences
79 -- 93Ivica Boticki, Lung-Hsiang Wong, Chee-Kit Looi. Experiences in implementing and using a technological framework for mobile collaborative learning of mathematics and Chinese