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  • 1. Assignment1:
    • Summarizing Two Studys
    • Done by:
    • Aida Said AlSalmi
    • Hanaa Saif Al Zuhaibi
  • 2. THE EFFECTS OF MOBILE DEVICES AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY ON E-LEARNING B. SASIDHARa -University Tun Abdul Razak, B. V. DURGA KUMARb -Sunway University College (2005) http://www.scribd.com/doc/25177947/The-Effects-of-Mobile-Devices-and-Wireless-Technology-on-E-Learning First study
  • 3. Objectives
    • The objective of the study is to establish the effect of wireless technology and mobile devices on e-learning.
    • Further, the study looks at the effect of demographic factors such as course of study, age and gender on effectiveness of e-learning.
  • 4. Methodology
    • Sample
    • The sample consisting of 300 students from three different universities: Monash University Malaysia (100 students), Sunway University College (150 students), and UNITAR (50 students).
  • 5. Methodology
    • Instrument and procedure
    • A survey was used to evaluate the effect of wireless technology and mobile devices on e- learning.
    • A questionnaire on the perception of wireless technology and mobile devices in e-learning.
    • Likert-scale questions were used to measure the perceptions.
  • 6. E-PORTFOLIO FOR REFLECTIVE LEARNING
    • © 2005, USC Center for Learning: J. Higdon, T. Tran
    • http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/WRC0563.pdf
    Second study:
  • 7. Features:
    • Empowers students:
    • Enable faculty:
    • Enrich learning experience:
  • 8. Empowers students:
    • Maintain an ongoing record of their learning.
    • Develop ownership and control of learning process.
    • Retrospectively and prospectively reflect on learning experience.
    • Build critical thinking skills and meta-cognitive learning strategies.
    • Provides multiple opportunities for instructor, peer and group feedback.
  • 9. Enable faculty
    • Maintain a contextual record of student learning.
    • Increase opportunities for feedback and assessment.
    • Work smarter and more efficiently.
    • Discover and demonstrate logical pathways to academic success.
  • 10. Enrich learning experience:
    • Allows faculty to align their instruction to student needs based on actual student responses, not hunches about what students need.
    • Provides pathways for connecting curricular and extra-curricular learning experiences. (informal learning)
    • Develop an authentic knowledge base of student learning and instructional strategies for program evaluation and accreditation purposes.

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