Investigation into students preferred interface on mobile devices and their pedagogic performance

ID: 49894 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Ali Alowayr and Rachel McCrindle, University of Reading, United Kingdom

Wednesday, November 16 2:45 PM-3:05 PM

Presider:
Ali Alowayr, United Kingdom

The advancement of mobile learning technologies has made it viable for developments in education and technology to be combined in order to fulfil educational needs worldwide. Teaching organisations are now adopting new teaching methods, informal learning approaches and emerging technologies, such as smart phones and tablets to support the delivery of learning skills, materials, collaboration, knowledge sharing and lifelong learning. The goal of this research is to investigate the benefits that mobile learning can bring to students studying English as part of their courses in higher education institutions within Saudi Arabia. The aim of the research is to investigate the interface between the teacher and student that resides on the mobile devices and ascertain whether the form of representation affects student engagement and pedagogic results. The aim of the research is to investigate the interface between the teacher and student that resides on the mobile devices and ascertain ....

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