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Can Lean Media Enhance Large Group Learning? An Empirical Investigation of Mobile Information and Communication Technology

Helen S. Du, Jin-Xing Hao, Ron Chi-Wai Kwok, Christian Wagner
2006 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
A mobile information and communication technology, namely the Mobile Interactive Learning System (MILS), was used to enhance large group learning in a university setting.  ...  The results were drawn from an empirical evaluation of a structural equation model, and from analyses of variance between the two users groups (with versus without MILS).  ...  Hence, the key research question of this article is as follows: "Can a lean communication medium, namely mobile ICT, enhance learning when used in a large group classroom environment?"  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/DuHKW06 fatcat:ywrqdvyxxfbxdgkiq4pjdr7oya

Using mobile communication technology in high school education: Motivation, pressure, and learning performance

Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Qin Gao, Li-Mei Wu
2008 Computers & Education  
Then the impacts of using combination of mobile and Internet communication technology -SMS + email, SMS + online forum -were examined with another experiment of 45 students.  ...  New communication technology, especially mobile communication technology, is supposed to be effective in encouraging interaction between the student and the instructor and improving learning efficiency  ...  The impact of using mobile communication technologies in learning environments has been examined empirically by several studies, concluded as enhancing availability and accessibility of information networks  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2006.03.008 fatcat:gyqgotw5yjdwdkmkksynlflbdy

Students' Uses and Gratifications for Using Computer-Mediated Communication Media in Learning Contexts

Zixiu Guo, Felix B. Tan, Kenneth Cheung
2010 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
non-CMC media within a learning context.  ...  Despite a growing stream of research into the use of computer-mediated communication (CMC) media in higher education, there remains limited understanding about the students' motivations for using CMC alongside  ...  Readers who have the ability to access the Web directly from their word processor or are reading the paper on the Web, can gain direct access to these linked references.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02720 fatcat:sskulev4gzhrjmligbmc7d5zvm

Exploring the interplay between question-answering systems and communication with instructors in facilitating learning

Cheng Yi, Runge Zhu, Qi Wang
2021 Internet Research  
system logs that recorded the interaction between students and the system throughout a semester.FindingsThe results show that using a QA system alone does not improve students' learning processes or outcomes  ...  However, the use of a QA system significantly improves the positive effect of instructor communication.Originality/valueThis study contributes to the literature on learning and education technology, and  ...  Hence, an important future research direction is to examine how users' interaction with the system and the impact of system use on their learning may change over time.  ... 
doi:10.1108/intr-08-2020-0459 fatcat:exspbvk2mbbxdb5lbmhtzedllq

Wiki-based community collaboration in organizations

Osama Mansour, Mustafa Abusalah, Linda Askenäs
2011 Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Communities and Technologies - C&T '11  
It concludes by showing that the openness of the wiki has a dual impact on wiki collaboration and also discusses how the wiki might serve as both an enabler and inhibitor for community and knowledge collaboration  ...  At this respect, the current paper reports results from an interpretive case study focusing on the use of a wiki for knowledge collaboration and sharing at a large multinational organization.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I wish to acknowledge the KM department at CCC represented by Dr. Amr El-sersy and Dr. Mustafa Abusalah for their generous cooperation and endless support for my empirical research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2103354.2103366 dblp:conf/candt/MansourAA11 fatcat:zfm4b3kp3feutnre75j4bymfvm

"The Four Cs of Disaster Partnering: Communication, Cooperation, Coordination and Collaboration"

Eric C. Martin, Isabella M. Nolte, Emma Vitolo
2014 Academy of Management Proceedings  
With these basic components, social networking enables interaction and communication among Internet users, allowing them to author, edit, and share numerous types of texts, pictures, videos and audios.  ...  In the current time, social media plays an important role in our lives in many ways and we can also see its use in the development and humanitarian aid fields.  ...  development find: Youth in particular value the social and interactive opportunities for learning; Access to virtual communities or online is ; and Peer-based learning is a key feature of the way in which  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2014.13532abstract fatcat:uchsj7wm7reklln42qoibc44hq

E-Governance and Smart Communities

Amanda Coe, Gilles Paquet, Jeffrey Roy
2001 Social science computer review  
Old forms of governance are being replaced with the emergence of the City-State and the establishment of local and regional "smart communities" that aggressively embrace the tools of this new age."  ...  The technology of telecommunications and information and the economics of a global economy are rapidly converging...Power is being realigned and wealth redefined.  ...  In the ecology of social groups and civic associations there must be must be a similar openness, particularly when NICT can be a powerful vehicle for information exchange and learning across localities  ... 
doi:10.1177/089443930101900107 fatcat:bunsoithk5edlkv6wunf6yqd34

Preparing Technical Communication Students to Function as User Advocates in a Self-Service Society

Yvonne Cleary, Madelyn Flammia
2012 Journal of Technical Writing and Communication  
Technical communication students need a thorough understanding of the challenges that may interfere with an audience's ability to use websites and other online documentation.  ...  Technical communication educators should prepare students to function as user advocates for members of these groups.  ...  The hand-on experience of working online with peers to produce content reminds students of the very real complexities of using lean communication media, communicating across time-zones, interacting with  ... 
doi:10.2190/tw.42.3.g fatcat:vrczvccajzccjifvqh7zeq3nb4

Oral Communications

2007 Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism  
OC2-5 Oral Communications Prevalence of overweight and obesity in 11-year old in 9 European countries (The Pro Children Study) Acknowledgement This research was partially supported by CDC, Unicef and Fogarty  ...  had a change in FFM of -454 Ϯ 178 g/year (lean body mass losers) during the same period.  ...  & exposed to active learning; Grp 2: 830 mg/L of Sia alone; Grp 3: active learning alone as the control (140 mg/L).  ... 
doi:10.1159/000105119 fatcat:oc72blx5dvfobb2mxkwshq2pvm

Linking ages in communal settings

D. Lansdale, L. Chappelle
2002 Gerontechnology  
The versatility, decreasing costs, and increasing power of telephone voice menu systems are expanding their use for a large variety of tasks.  ...  Experiment 2 examined two types of support aids: a screen phone and a graphical aid.  ...  , and enhancement through their potential to facilitate many aspects of daily life like housing, mobility, communication, and learning.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.140.00 fatcat:oio76wionvgbpn4dprmkzff2l4

A Review of Internet-Based Communication Research in China

Yong Hu, Lei Chen
2022 Online Media and Global Communication  
Understanding the Internet and its impact on China is not only a key to understanding modern China and its relationship with the world, but also a powerful complement to the classical topics of communication  ...  Combing through the transformation of Internet-based communication research in China, this paper summarizes the achievements in five key areas, reflects on the failures, and makes a call to return to the  ...  , interactivity, extensiveness, etc.) and communication impacts (decentralization, high efficiency, democratic enhancement, etc.)which are originally characteristics of the network itselfas a result, every  ... 
doi:10.1515/omgc-2022-0009 fatcat:b33xeri5djglppbckigd4y6xn4

Neighbouring Communities: Interaction, Lessons and Opportunities

Michael Cook, Simon Colton
2018 International Conference on Computational Creativity  
We report here on several notable communities in the area: the Procedural Generation Jam, the National Novel Generating Month, the Twitterbot community and the #Cre-ativeAI movement.  ...  We reflect on these communities as sources of lessons for our field and opportunities for future growth and knowledge exchange, as well as raising awareness of sources of inspiration beyond academia.  ...  This would enhance every aspect of the community, from the kinds of work undertaken, to extending the impact of the work on the wider world.  ... 
dblp:conf/icccrea/CookC18a fatcat:nu3solnvjvaihiq7ribjiuw7t4

Media Choice in Multicultural Business Interactions

Mervi Varhelahti, Marjo Joshi, Mirjamaija Mikkilä-Erdmann, Carmen Pérez-Sabater
2017 Hermes - Journal of Language and Communication Studies  
The aim of this study was to identify which media is chosen for Computed-mediated Communication (CMC) in multicultural business interactions when the main language of communication is English as a lingua  ...  The team structure, communication processes, choice of language, cultural diversity and ethical rules of the company play an important role in communication and are meaningful when choosing the media for  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Erasmus+ Project CoMoViWo, Communication in Mobile and Virtual Work under Grant KA 2014-1-F101-KA203-00851 (The European Commission support for the production  ... 
doi:10.7146/hjlcb.v0i56.97230 fatcat:f4dztrubv5bbponabizslbhd3a

Beyond participation to co-creation of meaning: mobile social media in generative learning communities

Sarah Lewis, Roy Pea, Joseph Rosen
2010 Social Science Information  
We propose engaging the potential of mediated social interaction to foster 'generative learning communities' and describe an informal learning social media application under development known as 'Mobltz'embracing  ...  concepts of 'mobile media blitz' with the intentional emphasis on the syllable 'mob'.  ...  His current work is examining how informal and formal learning can be better understood and connected (http://life-slc.org), and developing the DIVER paradigm for everyday networked video interactions  ... 
doi:10.1177/0539018410370726 fatcat:xmopjslv3bc5lamjrzsgaastsi

A Survey on Machine-Learning Techniques for UAV-Based Communications

Petros S Bithas, Emmanouel T Michailidis, Nikolaos Nomikos, Demosthenes Vouyioukas, Athanasios G Kanatas
2019 Sensors  
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be an integral part of the next generation wireless communication networks.  ...  In this context, the machine-learning (ML) framework is expected to provide solutions for the various problems that have already been identified when UAVs are used for communication purposes.  ...  In Reference [82] , a similar system model to Reference [81] was assumed, in which UAVs are used to wirelessly charge a large number of energy-constrained IoT devices; ML can enhance the performance  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19235170 pmid:31779133 pmcid:PMC6929112 fatcat:pnur7lmpj5bj7poebmdfpd6bhi
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