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Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education CONTEXT-AWARE WRITING IN UBIQUITOUS LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS ∗

By Tzung-shi Chen, Cheng-sian Chang, Jeng-shian Lin and Hui-ling Yu

Abstract

With the popularization of wireless networking and with the progress of mobile computing technology, the efficiency of handheld devices has been improved and more applications are possible. Combining handheld devices and E-learning will become an important way of learning in the future. This research uses access to a wireless network, handheld devices, and RFID tags to build a Context-Aware Writing System (C-Writing for short) for ubiquitous learning environments. Based on the practical use of C-Writing by students in a ubiquitous learning environment, we evaluated the learning results. We used a questionnaire to evaluate the learning situations regarding the users ’ attitudes, system acceptance, system quality, content quality, and interaction with the environment. The result of the research shows most of the students approve this system’s benefit, and he/she is willing to use similar system for learning in the future. Moreover, students are able to efficiently improve their learning performance and students ’ attention and interest will be attracted to observe different things by using this system

Topics: Collaborative learning, context-aware learning, mobile learning, situated learning, ubiquitous learning
Year: 2013
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