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Handbook of Mobile Learning

Edited by Zane L. Berge, Lin Muilenburg

Routledge – 2012 – 680 pages

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    978-0-415-50369-3
    April 24th 2013

Description

Winner of the AECT Division of Distance Learning (DDL) Distance Education Book Award!

This handbook provides a comprehensive compendium of research in all aspects of mobile learning, one of the most significant ongoing global developments in the entire field of education. Rather than focus on specific technologies, expert authors discuss how best to utilize technology in the service of improving teaching and learning.

For more than a decade, researchers and practitioners have been exploring this area of study as the growing popularity of smartphones, tablets, and other such devices, as well as the increasingly sophisticated applications for these devices, has allowed educators to accommodate and support an increasingly mobile society. This handbook provides the first authoritative account of the theory and research that underlies mobile learning, while also exemplifying models of current and future practice.

Contents

Section I. Foundations and Future

1. An Historical Overview of mLearning: Toward Learner-Centered Education by Helen Crompton

2. M-learning as a Sub-field of Open and Distance Education by William C. Diehl

3. A Summary And Critique Of mLearning Research And Practice by Thomas Cochrane

4. A Socio-cultural Ecological Frame for Mobile Learning by Norbert Pachler, Ben Bachmair, and John Cook

5. Mobile Learning: New Approach, New Theory by Helen Crompton

6. Framework For Mobile Learning Integration Into Educational Contexts by Adelina Moura and Ana Amélia Carvalho

7. Learning and Teaching as Communicative Actions: A Theory for Mobile Education by Scott J. Warren and Jenny S. Wakefield

8. Future of mLearning by Clark N. Quinn

9. Seamless Learning: An International Perspective on Next Generation Technology Enhanced Learning by Marcelo Milrad, Lung-Hsiang Wong, Mike Sharples, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Chee-Kit Looi, and Hiraoki Ogata

10. Substantive Educational Change Is in the Palm of Our Children’s Hands by Cathleen A. Norris and Elliot M. Soloway

11. Future of Mobile Apps for Teaching and Learning by Ferial Khaddage and Christoph Lattemann

12. Mobile Learning Across Developing and Developed Worlds - Tackling Distance, Digital Divides, Disadvantage, Disenfranchisement by John M. Traxler

Section II. Learning and Learner Support

13. Mobile Learners: Who Are They and Who Will They Become? by Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

I14. Mindtools for Supporting Mobile Learning Activities by Gwo-Jen Hwang

15. Rethinking Scaffolding in Mobile Connectivist Learning Environments by Ozlem Ozan and Mehmet Kesim

16. A Mobile Pedagogy Approach for Transforming Learners and Faculty by Scott Hamm, George Saltsman, Stephen Baldridge, and Scott Perkins

17. The Power of the Personal: Discovering the m in m-Learning by Colleen Carmean, Jill L. Frankfort, and Kenneth N. Salim

18. Social vs. Individual Flow in Mobile Learning by Ah-reum Lee and Hokyoung Ryu

19. The ‘Reflective Student’: The Use of Mobile Devices through Seamless Educational Spaces and Authentic Learning Scenarios by Maria Cinque

20. Museums: Gateways to Mobile Learning by Denise M. Bressler

21. eBook Readers and PDAs for Work-based Learners by Ming Nie, Terese Bird, and Palitha Edirisingha

Secton III. Teaching and Instructional Design

22. Mlearning as a Catalyst for Pedagogical Change by Thomas Cochrane

23. Flipped Classroom Meets Mobile Learning by Aaron Sams

24. Team and Community Building Using Mobile Devices by Jackie Gerstein

25. Mobile Teaching and Learning in the Classroom and Online: Case Studies in K-12 by Michael M. Grant and Michael K. Barbour

26. Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Teaching by Andrew M. O’Loughlin, Siew Mee Barton, and Leanne Ngo

27. Teachers’ Tools: Designing Customizable Applications for M-learning Activities by Sara Price, Paul Davies, and William Farr

28. iPad Human Interface Guidelines for M-Learning by Sabrina Huber and Martin Ebner

29. Three-Dimension Design for Mobile Learning: Pedagogical, Design, and Technological Considerations and Implications by Xun Ge, Dingchung Huang, Huimin Zhang, and Beverly B. Bowers

30. Mobile Assessment: State of the Art by Stavros A. Nikou and Anastasios A. Economides

31. mMOOC Design: Ubiquitous, Open Learning in the Cloud by Inge de Waard

Section IV. Policies, Administration, and Management

32. Becoming an Mobile Insititution by George Baroudi and Nancy Marksbury

33. Framework for Implementing Mobile Technology by Ryan M. Seilhamer, Baiyun Chen, and Amy B. Sugar

34. So We Had This Idea: Bring Your Own Technology at Brebeuf Jesuit by Jennifer LaMaster and JD Ferries-Rowe

35. Towards a Holistic Framework for Ethical Mobile Learning by Laurel E. Dyson, Trish Andrews, Robyn Smith, and Ruth Wallace

36. Copyright and Fair Use in mLearning by Patricia Aufderheide

37. Accessibility in mLearning: Ensuring Equal Access by Jodi B. Roberts

38. The Role of Academic Libraries in the Development and Support of Mobile Learning Environments by Rachel Wexelbaum and Plamen Miltenoff

Section V. Cases and Perspectives

39. Mobile Learning Strategies for K-12 Professional Development by Dustin C. Summey

40. An Exploration of Mobile Learning to Enhance Student Performance in High School Mathematics by Vani Kalloo and Permanand Mohan

41. Becoming a Digital Nomad: Transforming Education through Mobile Devices by Sharon Stoerger

42. Mobile Medicine Praxis by Richard Brandt and Rich Rice

43. A Mobile Knowledge Management System for Military Education by Ioana A. STĂNESCU and Antoniu ŞTEFAN

44. M-Learning During Emergencies, Disasters, and Catastrophes – An Australian Story by Julie A. Willems

45. Improving Students’ Modern Language Speaking Skills Through Mobile Learning by Harry Grover Tuttle

46. How Mobile Learning Facilitates Student Engagement: A Case Study from the Teaching of Spanish by Elizabeth A. Beckmann and M. Daniel Martìn

47. Architecture of a Device Independent Collaborative Language Learning Game by Andreas Christ, Patrick Meyrueis, and Razia Sultana

48. An International Perspective on Mobile Learning by Diana J. Muir

49. M-Powering the Poor through Mobile Learning by Sheila Jagannathan

50. Acceptance of Tablet Devices for Learning and Teaching in Institutions of Higher Learning: The Malaysian Perspective by Zoraini Wati Abas and Raja Maznah Raja Hussain

51. Teachers as Learners: Concerns and Perceptions about Using Cell Phones in South African Rural Communities by Mpine Makoe

52. From MXit to Dr. Math by Adele Botha and Laurie Butgereit

53. Mobile Learning Games for Low Income Children in India: Lessons from 2004 - 2009 by Matthew Kam

Section I. Foundations and Future 1. An Historical Overview of mLearning: Toward Learner-Centered Education by Helen Crompton 2. M-learning as a Sub-field of Open and Distance Education by William C. Diehl 3. A Summary And Critique Of mLearning Research And Practice by Thomas Cochrane 4. A Socio-cultural Ecological Frame for Mobile Learning by Norbert Pachler, Ben Bachmair, and John Cook 5. Mobile Learning: New Approach, New Theory by Helen Crompton 6. Framework For Mobile Learning Integration Into Educational Contexts by Adeline Moura and Ana Amélia Carvalho 7. Learning and Teaching as Communicative Actions: A Theory for Mobile Education by Scott J. Warren and Jenny S. Wakefield 8. Future of mLearning by Clark N. Quinn 9. Seamless Learning: An International Perspective on Next Generation Technology Enhanced Learning by Marcelo Milrad, Lung-Hsiang Wong, Mike Sharples, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Chee-Kit Looi, and Hiraoki Ogata 10. Substantive Educational Change Is in the Palm of Our Children’s Hands by Cathleen A. Norris and Elliot M. Solloway 11. Future of Mobile Apps for Teaching and Learning by Ferrial Khaddage and Christoph Latteman 12. Mobile Learning Across Developing and Developed Worlds - Tackling Distance, Digital Divides, Disadvantage, Disenfranchisement by John M. Traxler Section II. Learning and Learner Support 13. Mobile Learners: Who Are They and Who Will They Become? by Agnes Kukulska-Hulme I14. Mindtools for Supporting Mobile Learning Activities by Gwo-Jen Hwang 15. Rethinking Scaffolding in Mobile Connectivist Learning Environments by Ozlem Ozan and Mehmet Kesim 16. A Mobile Pedagogy Approach for Transforming Learners and Faculty by Scott Hamm, George Saltsman, Stephen Baldridge, and Scott Perkins 17. The Power of the Personal: Discovering the m in m-Learning by Colleen Carmean, Jill L. Frankfort, and Kenneth N. Salim 18. Social vs. Individual Flow in Mobile Learning by Ah-reum Lee and Hokyoung Ryu 19. The ‘Reflective Student’: The Use of Mobile Devices through Seamless Educational Spaces and Authentic Learning Scenarios by Maria Cinque 20. Museums: Gateways to Mobile Learning by Denise M. Bressler 21. eBook Readers and PDAs for Work-based Learners by Ming Nie, Terese Bird, and Palitha Edirisingha Secton III. Teaching and Instructional Design 22. Mlearning as a Catalyst for Pedagogical Change by Thomas Cochrane 23. Flipped Classroom Meets Mobile Learning by Aaron Sams 24. Team and Community Building Using Mobile Devices by Jackie Gerstein 25. Mobile Teaching and Learning in the Classroom and Online: Case Studies in K-12 by Michael M. Grant and Michael K. Barbour 26. Using Mobile Technology to Enhance Teaching by Andrew M. O’Loughlin, Siew Mee Barton, and Leanne Ngo 27. Teachers’ Tools: Designing Customizable Applications for M-learning Activities by Sara Price, Paul Davies, and William Farr 28. iPad Human Interface Guidelines for M-Learning by Sabrina Huber and Martin Ebner 29. Three-Dimension Design for Mobile Learning: Pedagogical, Design, and Technological Considerations and Implications by Xun Ge, Dingchung Huang, Huimin Zhang, and Beverly B. Bowers 30. Mobile Assessment: State of the Art by Stavros A. Nikou and Anastasios A. Economides 31. mMOOC Design: Ubiquitous, Open Learning in the Cloud by Inge de Waard Section IV. Policies, Administration, and Management 32. Becoming an Mobile Insititution by George Baroudi and Nancy Marksbury 33. Framework for Implementing Mobile Technology by Ryan M. Seilhamer, Baiyun Chen, and Amy B. Sugar 34. So We Had This Idea: Bring Your Own Technology at Brebeuf Jesuit by Jennifer LaMaster and JD Ferries-Rowe 35. Towards a Holistic Framework for Ethical Mobile Learning by Laurel E. Dyson, Trish Andrews, Robyn Smith, and Ruth Wallace 36. Copyright and Fair Use in mLearning by Patricia Aufderheide 37. Accessibility in mLearning: Ensuring Equal Access by Jodi B. Roberts 38. The Role of Academic Libraries in the Development and Support of Mobile Learning Environments by Rachel Wexelbaum and Plamen Miltenoff Section V. Cases and Perspectives 39. Mobile Learning Strategies for K-12 Professional Development by Dustin C. Summey 40. An Exploration of Mobile Learning to Enhance Student Performance in High School Mathematics by Vani Kalloo and Permanand Mohan 41. Becoming a Digital Nomad: Transforming Education through Mobile Devices by Sharon M. Stoerger 42. Mobile Medicine Praxis by Richard Brandt and Rich Rice 43. A Mobile Knowledge Management System for Military Education by Ioana A. STĂNESCU and Antoniu ŞTEFAN 44. M-Learning During Emergencies, Disasters, and Catastrophes – An Australian Story by Julie Willems 45. Improving Students’ Modern Language Speaking Skills Through Mobile Learning by Henry Grover Tuttle 46. How Mobile Learning Facilitates Student Engagement: A Case Study from the Teaching of Spanish by Elizabeth A. Beckmann and M. Daniel Martìn 47. Architecture of a Device Independent Collaborative Language Learning Game by Andreas Christ, Patrick Meyrueis, and Razia Sultana 48. An International Perspective on Mobile Learning by Diana J. Muir 49. M-Powering the Poor through Mobile Learning by Sheila Jagannathan 50. Acceptance of Tablet Devices for Learning and Teaching in Institutions of Higher Learning: The Malaysian Perspective by Zoraini Wati Abas and Raja Maznah Raja Hussain 51. Teachers as Learners: Concerns and Perceptions about Using Cell Phones in South African Rural Communities by Mpine Makoe 52. From MXit to Dr. Math by Adele Botha and Laurie Butgereit

53. Mobile Learning Games for Low Income Children in India: Lessons from 2004 - 2009 by Matthew Kam

Author Bio

Zane L. Berge is Professor of Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Lin Y. Muilenburg is Assistant Professor of Educational Studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

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