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Structuring mobile and contextual learning

by Christian Glahn, Marcus Specht
11th International Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning ()
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Many attempts have been made to define the nature and focus of mobile learning. This study is based on a previous expert study that intends to structure the research problems that are underlying the domain of mobile and contextual learning. The previous study identified three core clusters of research problems in our domain. This paper analyses the research problems underpinning the previously identified clusters and identifies research topics within these clusters. This supports a more structured understanding of research problems that are specific to mobile and contextual learning and how these problems are related.

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