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Using Mobile Phone Applications in Teaching and Learning Process

Associate professor Dr. Mohammed Farrah, Ala' Khalid Abu-Dawood
2018 International Journal of Research in English Education  
The results showed that most students responded positively to using mobile applications in teaching and learning processes.  ...  The study aims to identify the benefits, difficulties, and resolutions of using mobile phone applications.  ...  What are the difficulties of using mobile phone applications in teaching and learning? 3. What are the solutions for the problems caused by using mobile phone applications in teaching and learning?  ... 
doi:10.29252/ijree.3.2.48 fatcat:gl7527456ncnbnsyaj7dng5qm4

The depiction of preferred and needed autonomous learning method among Generation Z in Universitas Aisyisyah Yogyakarta

Setya Putri Rahayu
2019 EnJourMe  
students prefer and need in mobile application that can boost their spirit in developing autonomous learning through new technology.  ...  Moreover, the study also reveals that students prefer and need mobile application which owns dictionary-like feature with complete explanation on each word, what the word means and how the word is used  ...  One of important consideration that students mentioned was that mobile phone application should not be paid and free form them because some good mobile applications are not free, and students have to pay  ... 
doi:10.26905/enjourme.v4i2.3595 fatcat:u5jet5sxwbfg7mjo2c26ijgsei

E-Learning: Students Input for Using Mobile Devices in Science Instructional Settings

Ozkan Yilmaz
2016 Journal of Education and Learning  
Findings show that mobile phones should be selected as required equipment for usage of mobile devices in e-learning setting.  ...  First part of questionnaire related to mobile devices, second part related to user preferences and third part contains open ended question to get students ideas about usage of self-phones in science educational  ...  First, what is interesting in this data is that students' views are not clear about using mobile phone in education.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v5n3p182 fatcat:a25hr4tx5vhctbqxnm5ay6f2v4

Word of Mouth Marketing Strategy

Suraj Krishnan, L. C.
2018 International Journal of Computer Applications  
the way in which the market functions. [3] This paper is critical observation on how an organization or an entity can use this kind of social media presence to influence their process of new product development  ...  Figure 9 : 9 Negative phone feedback Figure 10 : 10 Best phone brands The survey had questions pertaining to Describe what you like about your phone? e. Describe what you hate about your phone?  ...  Now for unknown sources scour twitter for information regarding the phones and what others think about these same flagship devices. Positive phone feedbackThere is stark contrast in these feedback.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2018917447 fatcat:2n5aak6wyfgvlfj6a5fosaxrry

An Investigation on the Characteristics of Mobile Applications: A Survey Study

Harleen K. Flora, Xiaofeng Wang, Swati V. Chande
2014 International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Science  
The study contributes towards a greater understanding of mobile software and the current trends in the mobile application development.  ...  In order to build high quality mobile applications, it is imperative to understand the key characteristics that define mobile applications, which if wisely considered and implemented, can facilitate the  ...  Mobile Application Types and Categories To be successful in mobile application development (MAD), it is imperative to have a profound understanding of what mobile applications really are and how they differ  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijitcs.2014.11.03 fatcat:7zwh647korajzevoj2u2t3geoy

Integrated of Mobile Phone as Interactive Media in Extensive Listening

Abdul Kodir Al-Baekani, Iwan Ridwan, A.G. Abdullah, J. Foley, I.G.N.A. Suryaputra, A. Hellman
2018 SHS Web of Conferences  
using mobile phone as an interactive media in extensive listening.  ...  (10%), and usefulness and fun (7%) to use their mobile phone in English listening.  ...  They have been downloaded those application on their Mobile Phone. And also the topic or material of listening which should be listened by students, it was downloaded by them.  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20184200006 fatcat:t755am2fezfq7irsyj5lekpeuu

Exploring the Futures of Mobiles for Social Development Using Ethnographic Futures Research

Phillip Olla, Jyoti Choudrie
2009 International Conference on Information Systems  
For practitioners, such research offers the potential of obtaining a rich, simple and clearer understanding of mobile application development.  ...  By applying EFR it is concluded that there is definitely a need for a different way of thinking about how mobile phone services should be created and deployed to marginalized communities to avoid the unsustainable  ...  The study conclusively revealed that there is definitely a need for a different ways of thinking about how mobile phone services should be created and deployed to marginalized communities in order to avoid  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/OllaC09 fatcat:wl4k2idbnnds3artf3qegcttru

Fifth graders' perceptions of mobile phones and GIS technology

Adiv Gal
2019 International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE)  
The use of the mobile phone and the new application as part of M-Learning made it easier for most students to create authentic learning, that is, learning focused on problems in the real world, and included  ...  <p><span>The era of M-learning, specifically the use of mobile phones, has been hardly noticeable in elementary schools. GIS technology is also rarely implemented there.  ...  Positive or negative aspects of the use of a mobile phone and the application The positive aspects of conducting the survey using mobile phones and the new application received an average score of 3.88  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijere.v8i1.16246 fatcat:cpza4jml65a6bhj3tiuw4efwpu

Perceived quality of mobile cell phones: an initiative to develop local product

Hotniar Siringoringo, Heidy Olivia Thaeras
2018 International Journal of Business Innovation and Research  
Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Siringoringo, H. and Thaeras, H.O. (2018) 'Perceived quality of mobile cell phones: an initiative to develop local product, Int.  ...  Questionnaires were distributed to 390 mobile cell phones consumers and all were valid to be proceeded to data analyses. Quality function deployment was used to analyse the data.  ...  In developing new mobile cell phone, product's features that should be put on first priority should be the application.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbir.2018.089751 fatcat:iiqlemacqbeurniegs4pxy44py

Transafe: a crowdsourced mobile platform for crime and safety perception management

M. Hamilton, F. Salim, E. Cheng, S. L. Choy
2011 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS)  
At the centre of the proposed platform is the design and development of a mobile phone application that can contribute to people feeling safer by supporting users to report crimes and misdemeanors that  ...  This paper describes a proposed mobile platform, Transafe, that captures and analyses public perceptions of safety to deliver 'crowdsourced' collective intelligence about places in the City of Melbourne  ...  the various areas in the city and a good understanding of the impact of publicizing specific information; thus, their experience in identifying what information should be kept private and what can and  ... 
doi:10.1109/istas.2011.7160600 dblp:conf/istas/HamiltonSCC11 fatcat:6joojexxgbhrbh2djqac7q45ha

The Portuguese Maritime Voyages of Discovery: the exploration of the history of a city with an App as an educational resource

Cláudia Faria, Elsa Guilherme, Joaquim Pintassilgo, Maria João Mogarro, Ana Sofia Pinho, Mónica Baptista, Isabel Chagas, Cecília Galvão
2019 Digital Education Review  
Students also emphasized as positive aspects the fact that they had to face different challenges and the need to mobilize their knowledge to solve them.  ...  Data were collected from participant observation, students' questionnaires and interviews to students and teachers.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was developed within the project 'Roteiro dos Descobrimentos' (PT02_2ºRPS_0017) funded by EEA Grants, within the program PT02 -Gestão Integrada das Águas Marinhas e Costeiras  ... 
doi:10.1344/der.2019.36.85-99 fatcat:qmvu5h5i3rexdkytlzl2b2yipi

Consumer privacy in the era of big data: a survey of smartphone users concerns

Tevfik Sukru Yaprakli, Musa Unalan
2017 Pressacademia  
Also, there is a large and ever increasing number of mobile phone applications on the market.  ...  Smartphones increase rapidly and become high-speed mobile data networks progressively appearing everywhere in the recent years.  ...  However, there is a lack of understanding of what consumers think about the data collection and using their personal information that is getting from applications as a result of their mobile phone use.  ... 
doi:10.17261/pressacademia.2017.509 fatcat:je62xp6lkrcjzmp6mgpfy2h3de

Usages Of Mobile Phone In Rural Agricultural Marketing Function: A Study On Chirirbandar Thana, Dinajpur District, Bangladesh

Mst. Farjana Rahman
2017 Zenodo  
This paper analyzes the usages of mobile phone in rural agricultural marketing function. Now a day's farmers are more conscious about the usages of mobile phone in agricultural activities.  ...  This means mobile phone usages consider as an important and integrate part of agricultural marketing function by the rural farmers and marketers.  ...  Correspondingly, a positive view that mobile phones offer good value for money appears to support the uptake of mobile phone applications.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.439705 fatcat:mxafjmgxkrdwjbqf3spmopnsgi

Safety planning for technology: displaced women and girls' interactions with information and communication technology in Lebanon and harm reduction considerations for humanitarian settings

Kristy Crabtree, Petronille Geara
2018 Journal of International Humanitarian Action  
Any consideration of information and communications technology introduction should include an understanding of the globally common and locally unique barriers to access and usage, necessary service precautions  ...  The latter includes specific beneficiary messaging, mobile data collection procedures, and planned safety measures for shared or borrowed devices among other recommendations.  ...  The authors would like to also acknowledge the contributions of casework staff from ABAAD, Danish Refugee Council, International Rescue Committee, INTERSOS, and Caritas in the data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41018-018-0031-x fatcat:hnpwsxyjvzgs3i4m4tvvgmepby

Using participatory activities with seniors to critique, build, and evaluate mobile phones

Michael Massimi, Ronald M. Baecker, Michael Wu
2007 Proceedings of the 9th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - Assets '07  
To inform the design of mobile phones for seniors, we ran several participatory activities where seniors critiqued current mobile phones, chose important applications, and built their own imagined mobile  ...  We found that our participants wanted more than simple phone functions, and instead wanted a variety of application areas.  ...  In order to create accessible and useful mobile phones, we must first develop a better understanding of seniors' needs and capabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1296843.1296871 dblp:conf/assets/MassimiBW07 fatcat:2aua5we2bjcxpp4rnltajh4c54
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