Journal: IJMLO

Volume 9, Issue 4

289 -- 300Ivica Boticki, Jelena Baksa, Peter Sen Kee Seow, Chee-Kit Looi. Exploring self-directed learning and the role of virtual badges in a mobile social learning platform
301 -- 314Tosti H. C. Chiang, Stephen J. H. Yang, Chester S. J. Huang, Addison Y. S. Su. The effects of 5E learning strategies by image-based augmented reality of mobile learning for elementary students
315 -- 333Hyo-Jeong So, Hyungshin Choi, Hye-Gyoung Yoon. Understanding users' perceived needs and concerns toward mobile application integration in primary science education in Korea
334 -- 353Yancy Toh, Azilawati Jamaludin, Sujin He, Paul Meng-Huat Chua, David Wei Loong Hung. Leveraging autonomous pedagogical space for technology-transformed learning: a Singapore's perspective to sustaining educational reform within, across and beyond schools
354 -- 364Bingqian Jiang, Xiaoqing Gu, Jun Xiao. The research on China's policies and practice of lifelong learning in u-learning environment

Volume 9, Issue 3

201 -- 217Ebenezer Anohah, Jarkko Suhonen. Modelling mobile learning policy in computing education for developing countries in Africa: a backward mapping approach
218 -- 239Latifa Al Dhaheri, Zoheir Ezziane. Mobile learning technologies for 21st-century educators: opportunities and challenges in the UAE
240 -- 257Sasithorn Chookaew, Dechawut Wanichsan, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Patcharin Panjaburee. Effects of a personalised ubiquitous learning support system on university students' learning performance and attitudes in computer-programming courses
258 -- 270Santosh Kumar Ray, Mohammed Saeed. Mobile learning using social media platforms: an empirical analysis of users' behaviours
271 -- 283Khoo Yin Yin, Robert Fitzgerald. Pocket learning: a new mobile learning approach for distance learners

Volume 9, Issue 2

101 -- 123Kousuke Mouri, Hiroaki Ogata, Noriko Uosaki. Analysis of ubiquitous learning logs using social network analysis
124 -- 145Chui-Lin Lai, Gwo-Jen Hwang. High school teachers' perspectives on applying different mobile learning strategies to science courses: the national mobile learning program in Taiwan
146 -- 159Mayara Lustosa De Oliveira, Eduardo Galembeck. Using a web analysis tool to evaluate an educational app usage
160 -- 181Noriko Uosaki, Hiroaki Ogata, Kousuke Mouri. How can we boost up outside-class learning time of English vocabulary: effectiveness of ubiquitous learning log system
182 -- 200Olutayo Boyinbode, Dick Ng'ambi. MOBILect: an interactive mobile lecturing tool for fostering deep learning

Volume 9, Issue 1

1 -- 20Mohamed Sarrab, Nasser Alalwan, Osama Alfarraj, Ahmed Alzahrani. An empirical study on cloud computing requirements for better mobile learning services
21 -- 37Ming-Chi Liu, Yueh-Min Huang. Collaborative experience sharing with the support of M-Learning 2.0: a fundamental framework, a case study and research issues
38 -- 48Shin-Yi Lee. The effect of the use of addition learning e-book on first-grade students' addition performance
49 -- 65Gi-Zen Liu, Fan-Ray Kuo, Yen-Ru Shi, Yi-Wen Chen. Dedicated design and usability of a context-aware ubiquitous learning environment for developing receptive language skills: a case study
66 -- 85M. Sheila, M. A. Faizal, S. Shahrin. Dimension of mobile security model: mobile user security threats and awareness
86 -- 99Yi-Hsuan Hsieh, Ching-Jung Hsueh, Ching-Kun Hsu. The effects of using interactive e-book on English learning effectiveness of different proficiency students