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  • 1. Supporting Mobile Learners: An Action Research Approach
    Krassie Petrova & Chun Li
    25th June 2010
    eLearning Research Group
  • 2. Research Motivation
    My experiences as an EAS student.
    Vocabulary learning: memorize new words iteratively and practice them regularly.
    Time and location limitations.
    Mobile technologies, such as mobile phone texting (SMS) , promote learning to be ubiquitous.
  • 3. Research Questions
  • 4. Research Methodology
    Action Research
  • 5. Research Cycles and Duration
  • 6. Research Setting
  • 7. Nokia PC Suite
  • 8. mLearning flow in Research Cycle One
  • 9. Timetable of EAS Class
  • 10. Sample of Academic Vocabulary Test
  • 11. mLearning Text Messages
  • 12. Data Collection in Research Cycle One
  • 13. Data Analysis Framework
  • 14. Research Findings in Research Cycle One
  • 15. Data Analysis in Research Cycle One
  • 16. Data Analysis in Research Cycle One
  • 17. Data Analysis in Research Cycle One
  • 18. Data Analysis in Research Cycle One
  • 19. Research Cycle Two
  • 20. mLearning Flow in Research Cycle Two
  • 21. mLearning Text Messages
  • 22. Data Collection in Research Cycle Two
  • 23. Research Findings in Research Cycle Two
  • 24. Research Findings in Research Cycle Two
  • 25. Data Analysis in Research Cycle Two
  • 26. Conclusion
  • 27. Further research: Research Cycle Three
  • 28. Acknowledgements
  • 29. References
  • 30. Thank You
  • 31. Discussion