In the past couple of months I’ve been the guest editor for RCETJ’s special issue on learning while mobile. The issue went live this afternoon, and I’m very pleased with the way it came out.
Here is the lineup (articles are all freely accesible):
Bridging the Gap? Mobile Phones at the Interface Between Informal and Formal Learning
by John Cook, Norbert Pachler, and Claire Bradley
Affordances of PDAs: Undergraduate Student Perceptions
by Yanjie Song and Robert Fox
The Effect of Information Visualization and Structure on Mobile Learning
by Hyungsung Park
Using Place as Provocation: In Situ Collaborative Narrative Construction
by Deborah Tatar, Steve Harrison, Alli Crandell, and Matthew Shaefer
A Personalized Mobile Mathematics Tutoring System for Primary Education
by Xinyou Zhao and Toshio Okamoto
Thanks to all who contributed!!
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