O objetivo desse artigo é compreender a relação entre as novas tecnologias de comunicação e informação (TICs) e o espaço urbano a partir de uma discussão sobre a mobilidade. Para tanto, o artigo propõe alguns princípios para a compreensão desse fenômeno: 1) a nova configuração comunicacional, que chamo de funções “pós-massivas” em contraposição à ideia de mídias de massa; 2) as novas funções e heterotopias dos lugares com a emergência de “territórios informacionais”, compreendendo aqui como as novas tecnologias de comunicação produzem socialmente o espaço e redefinem as dimensões locais. Analisaremos o uso dos telefones celulares em alguns projetos em mídias locativas (tecnologias e serviços baseados em localização) para ilustrar o nosso propósito.

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Olutayo Boyinbode and Dupe Fasunon Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria Este endereço de email está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa do JavaScript ativado para vê-lo.

Articles published in Science Direct between 2009 and 2014 (May) were screened in this research. This is because of its respectable position in the field of technology and peer-reviewed secured structure of this database. From a total of 161 articles within the scope of the screening 156 articles were included in the study. Through this research, new trends in mobile learning activities in recent years will be determined and a new way will be shown for researchers . "Mobile learning" keywords used during researching process and all the articles with "mobile learning" keywords were included in this study. As a result of this research, it is determined that the most studies in the field of mobile learning were published in 2013 in Malaysia, UK and Taiwan. Particularly undergraduate students was selected as the sample group of the researches. It is emerged that, experimental research was used maximum as a research model. Quantitative data collection tools were used most as a means of data collection. It was emerged that foreign language education is the most widely used field in mobile learning. It is seen that smart phones as mobile learning devices and IOS operating system as an operating system were used in the most researches. Mobile-based method is seen to be used as the teaching method in the present study

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Deploying an Interactive Mobile Learning System in the Classroom Olutayo Boyinbode and Dupe Fasunon Department of Computer Science, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria Este endereço de email está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa do JavaScript ativado para vê-lo. Abstract The great development of mobile technologies has made instructional messages to be sent from the educators to the learners easily through their mobile devices such as Smartphones, Apple iPhones, Pocket Pcs, Mobile Computers, Android phones, Tablets, Ipads etc. Communication between the instructors and the students can be done through text messages, voice as well as through images. This paper presents the architecture and the implementation of an interactive mobile learning system to enhance learning in the classroom. 

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3)Mobile Learning Methodology for European Trainers and VET Systems Quality Improvement

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  • a Institute for Technology and Quality, 33 Av. Prof. Dr. Cavaco Silva, Lisbon, Portugal
  • b “Petru Maior” University of Tirgu Mures, 1 Nicolae Iorga Street, 540088 Tirgu Mures, Romania

 Abstract

The purpose of the paper is to present the main results of the Leonardo da Vinci project for Transfer of Innovation entitled “Mobile learning methodology for European trainers and VET systems quality improvement” (Global SRS), co-financed by the European Commission. The Student Response System (SRS) for mobile devices is an online service that provides a just-in-time training, learning and evaluation methodology, supported by the most recent mobile technology. The Global SRS project has designed a European module for the SRS based “training of trainers”, supported on the learning outcomes. It aimed the valorisation of a training of trainer's module focused on open and mobile learning/teaching tools. The ECVET tolls are introduced within the project activities, towards the development of a common framework based on EQF and ECVET principles. The piloting evaluation results in the three partner countries: Portugal, Sweden and Romania are presented. There has been an overall positive response from the trainers as well as the students to the use of SRS. The more valorised aspect concerning using SRS in training is the promotion of active participation and learning.

Keywords:

vocational education and training (VET);

student response systems (SRS);

hand held devices;

European qualifications framework (EQF);

European credit system for vocational education and training (ECVET);

European quality assurance in vocational education and training (EQAVET)

2) Mobile learning: tendencies and lines of research

As mobile technologies have gained presence in all social groups, the interest for their applications in the educational field has grown steadily. The present article proposes an exploration of the concept of mobile learning with the intention of describing the possibilities of this methodology and establishing its development tendencies.

http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2536609

1) PROPOSTA DE APLICATIVO PARA DISPOSITIVOS MÓVEIS QUE AUXILIEM NO 

ENSINO DE MATEMÁTICA 
Tatiana Nilson dos Santos¹, Eduardo Germano da Silva² 
1Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina/ Laboratório de Tecnologias Computacionais - LabTeC 
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2Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina/ Laboratório de Automação e Robótica Móvel - LARM 
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