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By Santi Caballe, Fatos Xhafa, Thanasis Daradoumis, Angel A. Juan

During the last decade, the desires of academic firms were altering based on more and more complicated pedagogical types and with the technological evolution of e-learning environments with very dynamic educating and studying standards. Architectures for dispensed and intricate M-Learning structures: using clever applied sciences explores cutting-edge software program architectures and systems used to aid allotted and cellular e-learning platforms. Containing study from prime overseas specialists, this complicated booklet offers important references to help studying practices for academicians, researchers, and practitioners.

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Geographic Territories and Users’ Localization The Logbook - The Learning Scenario The main activity area of the platform is the logbook as it is a point of collaboration and discussion among students. In the LogBook area students can see their classmates’ photos/comments and add their own material in order to discuss and collaborate on-line. A different logbook is created for each learning path. The logbook is a record of how the team dealt with the questions of each Game Path. The Players have to add a comment in order to support their answer, whether that is right or wrong.

The game author can also initiate or clear the team’s GPS positions from the database by selecting the relevant option. Figure 14. Select destination and the relevant questions Figure 15. Add a new territory of interest 23 Developing Tools that Support Effective Mobile and Game Based Learning Figure 16. Add a new SMS question Answer Statistics SMS statistics is an ASP page where the teacher is able to see how many students have answered to the previously sent SMS question. In order to see the COLLAGE Statistics page, the PDA browser should be Java enabled.

Furthermore the, project has demonstrated that spatial limitations of informal learning spaces can be counterbalanced with the proper pedagogical approach and the right tools. The student is not limited to pre-generated expert content, but is able to provide other students with his/her unique knowledge and experience, thus belonging to a community of learners. As mobile learning continues to challenge the boundaries imposed by traditional classroom learning, it raises questions about its significance in relation to wider ambitions to improve education and exploit technology in furthering that aim.

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