Final Program mLearn 2012 (PDF)

15th of October 2012

Monday 15.10.2012

Venue:
Engaging Learning Environment
Minerva Square, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, K2 floor, Siltavuorenpenger 5A, 00014 University of Helsinki

Chair: Christian Glahn

Practioners' track

9:00-13:00

WS 1: Showcasing operator led mEducation innovation and Education Sector/Mobile Industry collaboration (part I)

14:00-18:00

WS 1: Showcasing operator led mEducation innovation and Education Sector/Mobile Industry collaboration (part II)

Methods track

9:00-13:00

WS 2: Ethical Issues in Mobile Learning

Special Topics

9:00-13:00

WS 4: mLearning Solutions for International Development: Rethinking what's possible (part I)

WS 5: Mobile Augmented Reality for Learning

14:00-18:00

WS 4: mLearning Solutions for International Development: Rethinking what's possible (part II)

WS 6: Mobile Learning in Security and Defense Organisations

18.30 - 20.00
Welcome Reception

Hosted by Vice-Rector Jukka Kola
Lehtisali, University of Helsinki Main Building, Unioninkatu 34

 

Tuesday 16.10.2012

Venue:

Sirkus hall
Helsinki Congress Paasitorni
Paasivuorenkatu 5 A, 00530 Helsinki

8.00 Registration

9.00 Opening
Welcome words:

Marcus Specht, CELSTEC Open Universiteit Nederland
Jari Multisilta, CICERO Learning, University of Helsinki
Mike Sharples, The Open University UK

9.30 Keynote

Riitta Vänskä, Nokia
Chair: Jari Multisilta

10.30 Sessions #1 case studies and #2 language learning

 

#1 Case studies (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Hiroaki Ogata

 

 

27

Helen Farley and Angela Murphy. The use of mobile technologies to overcome digital inequities in prison education: a pilot project

20

 SHORT PAPER

47

Yong-June Choi, Kiburm Song, Jieun Kim and Hokyoung Ryu. Mobile ‘SqueeView': Caring for the elderly with Mobile Learning

20

 SHORT PAPER

37

Marc Beutner and Rasmus Pechuel. Acceptance, Chances, and Problems of Mobile Learning in Vocational Education in Enterprises

20

 SHORT PAPER

 

#2 Language learning (Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Mohammed Ally

 

 

35

Agnieszka Palalas. Mobile-Enabled Language Learning Eco-System

30

 FULL

PAPER

8

Olga Viberg and Åke Grönlund. Mobile Assisted Language Learning: A Literature Review

30

 FULL

PAPER


12.00 Lunch

Restaurant Paasi (2nd floor)

13.00 #1 Showcases, Posters and Networking
Sirkus Foyer (0 floor)

Chair: Marcus Specht

14

Mireille Yanow, Peter Galuardi and Justin Fort. Thuze: The Interactive Mobile Learning Solution (Industry Showcase)

 

 SHOWCASE

77

Wolfgang Reinhardt, Christoph Suntrup and Caius Cioran. Mobile access to scientific event information: An Android tablet application for ginkgo

 

 SHOWCASE

63

Harri Ketamo. Eedu elements, a Finnish K-6 school in a mobile game

 

 SHOWCASE

2

Mika Setälä. MLE-Moodle in the museum education and in the biology exam in the woods

 

 Poster

32

Kasper Hiltunen, Juha Hartvik, Mia Porko-Hudd and Marlene Johansson. Talking Tools – learning sloyd with smartphones

 

 Poster

50

Robert Fekete, Robert Dudas.

LingoBee - Creating a buzz in Mobile Language Learning

 

 Poster

38

David Parsons and Krassie Petrova. Developing a Mobile Learning Game on the Android Platform

 

 SHOWCASE

 

Markku Ranta. Skillmo: applications for learning.

 

 

14.00 Sessions #3 inquiry based learning and #4 case studies

 

#3 Inquiry-base Learning (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Brendan Tangney

 

 

44

Sohaib Ahmed and David Parsons. Evaluating ‘ThinknLearn': A Mobile Science Inquiry Based Learning Application in Practice

30

 FULL

PAPER

9

Will Woods and Eileen Scanlon. iSpot Mobile – A Natural History Participatory Science Application

30

 FULL

PAPER

 

#4 Case studies (Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: John Traxler

 

 

61

Marco Kalz, Marcus Specht and Michiel van Oosterzee. Impact of tablet computers and eBooks on learning practices of law students

20

 SHORT PAPER

71

Miikka Eriksson. Smartphones in vocational tourism education: Truly useful or just another reason to find new excuses

20

 SHORT PAPER

15.30 Coffee Break

Sirkus foyer (0 floor)

16.00 Sessions #5 mHealth and #6 technologies

 

#5 mHealth and learning (Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Tom Brown

 

 

29

Bridget Maher, Hendrik Drachsler, Marco Kalz and Marcus Specht. The CLAS App - A mobile solution to improve handover procedures between hospital interface and general practitioner

30

 FULL

PAPER

65

Jo Colley, Claire Bradley, Geoff Stead and Jessica Wakelin. Global MedAid – evolution of an mlearning app for international work-based learners

30

 FULL

PAPER

28

Ville Karavirta and Lasse Hakulinen. Educational Accelerometer Games for Computer Science

20

 SHORT PAPER

11

Andy Pulman, Jacqui Taylor, Kate Galvin and Mike Masding. Designing useful type 1 diabetes education mobile apps

30

 FULL

PAPER

 

#6 Technologies (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: David Parsons

 

 

49

Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Anne Adams, Rebecca Ferguson, Mark Gaved, Yishay Mor and Rhodri Thomas. Augmented reality and mobile learning: the state of the art

30

FULL

PAPER

70

Naif Aljohani and Hugh C Davis. Learning Analytics in Mobile and Pervasive Learning Environments

30

FULL

PAPER

25

Mengmeng Li, Hiroaki Ogata, Bin Hou and Noriko Uosaki. Context-aware Multimodal Interfaces Enhancing Ubiquitous Learning

20

SHORT PAPER


17.30 – 19.00
IAmLearn AGM (Sirkus hall)

20.00 Dinner and Social Event

Restaurant Paasi
Helsinki Congress Paasitorni, 2nd floor, Paasivuorenkatu 5 A, 00530 Helsinki
 

Wednesday 17.10.2012

9.00 Keynote

Eric Klopfer, MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program and the Education Arcade
Chair: Marcus Specht

10.00 Coffee Break

Sirkus foyer (0 floor)

10.30 Sessions #7 orchestration and blending and #8 professional and teacher training

 

#7 Orchestration, technology adoption (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Elizabeth FitzGerald

 

 

43

Bernardo Tabuenca, Stefaan Ternier and Marcus Specht. Everyday patterns in lifelong learners to build personal learning ecologies

30

FULL

PAPER

78

Inge de Waard. Investigating learner interactions via ubiquitous access

20

SHORT PAPER

46

Janak Adhikari, Dr. David Parsons and Dr. Anuradha Mathrani. Bridging Digital Divides in the Learning Process: Challenges and Implications of Integrating ICTs

20

SHORT PAPER

16

Alexandra Tyers. A gender digital divide? Women learning English through mobile, Internet and television in Bangladesh

30

FULL

PAPER


 

 

#8 Teacher training (Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

 

 

53

Christopher Walsh, Robina Shaheen, Tom Power, Claire Hedges, Masuda Khatoon and Md. Sikander Mondol. Low Cost Mobile Phones for Large Scale Teacher Professional Development in Bangladesh

30

 FULL

PAPER

34

Andreas Möller, Barbara Beege, Stefan Diewald, Luis Roalter and Matthias Kranz. MobiDics - Cooperative Mobile E-Learning for Teachers

30

FULL

PAPER

21

Nomusa Dlodlo and Thato Foko. Challenges facing eTextbook provision to South African schools

20

SHORT PAPER

12.00 Lunch
Restaurant Paasi (2nd floor)

13.00 Keynote

Introduction: Sanna Lukander, Rovio Learning
Lauri Järvilehto, Filosofian Akatemia Oy
Chair: Jari Multisilta, CICERO Learning, University of Helsinki

14.00 Session #9 technologies and #10 mHealth and mobile games

 

#9 Technologies (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Jocelyn Wishart

 

 

45

Mpine Makoe. The Pedagogy of Mobile Learning In Supporting Distance Learners

30

FULL

PAPER

13

Mike Sharples, Sam Meek and Gary Priestnall. Zapp: Learning about the Distant Landscape

30

FULL

PAPER

48

Dirk Börner, Marco Kalz and Marcus Specht. Ambient Learning Displays: lecture series and results from a participatory design study

20

SHORT PAPER

64

Geoff Stead. mLearning – towards open formats

30

FULL PAPER

 

#10 mHealth, mobile games, and AR
(Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Christian Glahn

 

 

57

Mikko Ahonen and Tarmo Koppel. Mobile learning and health-risk management of pulsed microwave technologies

30

 FULL

PAPER

6

Hartmuth Ernst, John Harrison and David Griffin. Iterative design and delivery of high impact, multiple platform, scenario-based interactive mobile learning activities in the health sciences

20

SHORT PAPER

33

Birgit Schmitz, Marcus Specht and Roland Klemke. An Analysis of the Educational Potential of Augmented Reality Games for Learning

30

 FULL

PAPER

41

Stefaan Ternier, Atish Gonsalves, Fred de Vries and Marcus Specht. Serious games at the UNHCR with ARLearn, a toolkit for mobile and virtual reality applications

20

 SHORT PAPER

15.30 coffee break
Sirkus foyer (0 floor)

16.00 session #11 classroom systems and #12 technologies, parallel to Doctoral Consortium

 

 

#11 Classroom response systems (Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Jari Multisilta

 

 

40

Jenni Rikala and Marja Kankaanranta. The Use of Quick Response Codes in the Classes

30

FULL

PAPER

76

Michael Sievers, Wolfgang Reinhardt, Dennis Kundisch and Philipp Herrmann. Developing electronic classroom response apps for a wide variety of mobile devices – Lessons learned from the PINGO project

20

SHORT PAPER

62

Avinash Nandwani, Laura Crane, Reuben Edwards and Phil Benachour. The Magic Door: Smart Interactions between Students and Lecturers using Contactless Technologies

20

SHORT PAPER

 

#12 Mobile technologies and content
(Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Marcus Specht

 

 

72

Asim Jalal, Nicholas Gibbins, David Millard and Bashir Al-Hasshimi. A Model to facilitate discovery of Adaptive Learning Resources for Mobile Learner

20

SHORT PAPER

56

Yishay Mor and Orit Mogilevsky. A Learning Design Studio in Mobile Learning

20

SHORT PAPER

1

Azidah Abu Ziden and Muhammad Faizal Abdul Rahman. The Use of SMS Quiz System as an Alternative in Teaching and Learning

20

SHORT PAPER

67

Jinyi Wang and Petter Karlström. An Exploratory Study of iPad Usage in Interaction Design Learning

20

SHORT PAPER

69

Jarkko Mylläri, Sanna Vahtivuori-Hänninen, Jenni Rikala, Tiina Mäkelä, Marja Kankaanranta, Anna Aarnio, Lasse Lipponen, Pia Niemelä, Tuula Nousiainen and Kristiina Nurmela. Towards Mobile Curriculum with Systemic Learning Solutions

20

SHORT PAPER

 

Doctoral Consortium

Room 304 (3 ½ floor)

 

Chair: Marco Kalz

 

 

Dorothy (Willi) Fahlman

Nurses' Informal Learning using Mobile Devices

20

Athabasca University Canada

Rob Power

QR Cache: Connecting mLearning practice with theory

20

Athabasca University / College of the North Atlantic-Qatar

Birgit Schmitz

Designing Mobile Learning Games to Support Learners with Special Needs

20

Open University of the Netherlands

Johan Eliasson

Human-Computer Interaction for Mobility and Learning

20

Stockholm University

Ding Jie

From Initiative to Sustainable Change: A Case Study of School ICT Reform through Information Ecology Perspective

20

Beijing Normal Universtiy

Abeer Alnuaim

Location-based mobile learning for higher education students – developing an application to support critical thinking

20

University of the West of England

Margarete Grimus

Mobile Learning as a chance to enhance education in developing countries – on the example of Ghana

20

University of Graz

                       

Thursday 18.10.2012

9.00 Keynote

Brendan Tangney, Trinity College Dublin
Chair: Mike Sharples

10.00 Coffee break

Sirkus foyer (0 floor)

10.30 Sessions #13 frameworks and theory and #14 tablets

 

#13 Mobile learning frameworks and theory
(Sirkus hall)

 

 

 

Chair: Marcus Specht

 

 

17

Thomas Cochrane, Laurent Antonczak and Daniel Wagner. Heutagogial approaches to mlearning: from student- generated content to international co-production

30

 FULL

PAPER

55

Yu Wei and Hyo-Jeong So. An Evaluation Framework on Contextual Mobile Learning: Deriving from a Systematic Review

30

 FULL

PAPER

4

Noeline Wright. Pedagogy, continuance theory and mobile devices: Findings from a New Zealand case study

20

 SHORT PAPER

42

John Traxler. Context as Text in Mobile Digital Literacy

20

 SHORT PAPER

 

#14 Tablets (Room 302-303)

 

 

 

Chair: Jari Multisilta

 

 

18

Thanel Voigt and Machdel Matthee. Tablets with Restricted Mobility: Investigating User Acceptance in a South African Mathematics Mobile Learning Project

30

 FULL

PAPER

7

Rebecca Joanne Hogue. iPad Professional Development Program

20

 SHORT PAPER

31

Martin Smith and Agnes Kukulska-Hulme. Building Mobile Learning Capacity in Higher Education: E-books and iPads

20

 SHORT PAPER

36

Jacobus Liebenberg. Unravelling the text book as embodied curriculum: An Actor-Network Theory view of an Android-based eBook implementation in a South African Secondary School

20

SHORT PAPER

12.30 Closing Ceremony, prize giving and handover to mLearn 2013
Sirkus Hall


13.30 Lunch

Restaurant Paasi (2nd floor)

 

 

mLearn 2012 is sponsored and organized in collaboration with