Fostering Students' ‘Use My Own Device' Attitude: Developing All-in-one Mobile Learning Application

Bikanga Ada, M. (2014) Fostering Students' ‘Use My Own Device' Attitude: Developing All-in-one Mobile Learning Application. International Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing, 4(1), pp. 15-33. (doi: 10.4018/ijtem.2014010102)

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This paper describes the development of an all-in-one mobile learning platform, to support students' use of their own mobile handheld devices for assessment and feedback. The application incorporates several features that can be found in many other individual applications, into one platform. The features allow students' participation in peer feedback activities; they also enable students to access their feedback, leave comments on their summative feedback, participate in class discussions, take formative assessment in form of quizzes, and create quizzes for their peers. The application is also designed to alleviate tutors' workload issues by providing a group feedback feature with three options. Fostering students' Use My Own Device (UMyOD) attitude using this all-in-one mobile learning application requires tutors' active involvement to make their class more interesting, interactive and engaging, more active than passive, and increase student attention span.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Bikanga Ada, Dr Mireilla
Authors: Bikanga Ada, M.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science
Journal Name:International Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing
ISSN (Online):2155-5613

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