Mobile devices enable pupils to decode edificial remains and symbols by spontaneously accessing additional information electronically. This article provides guidelines for mobile learning in history on the basis of mobility and enquiry- and design-based learning. The authors explore ways in which pupils may use their mobile devices to create innovative forms of collaboratively generated products like digital stories or geocaches. By drawing on social networks in order to promote discussion and publications, such products entail social participation and commitment. Mobile history learning also helps pupils to understand public debates about history, memory, and identity.
Alexander König and Daniel Bernsen
A Comparative Approach
The world is fast becoming increasingly digital, networked, and mobile. The use of mobile devices is a growing educational trend and determines how knowledge is taught and used when teaching and learning. This article presents the results of a comparative analysis of web and mobile educational content, which focuses on instructional issues that affect learning in a mobile context—namely, length, density, complexity, purpose, and structure. It then demonstrates that mobile content is shorter, denser, and more complex than the content of other types of educational media, and it proposes a critical assessment of how such content should be designed.
A Burgeoning Field of Research
Recherche sur l’Histoire du Cinéma, 2007). 3 Frederick James Smith, “The Evolution of the Motion Picture: Looking into the Future with Thomas A. Edison,” The New York Dramatic Mirror , 9 July 1913, 24. 4 Paul Saettler, The Evolution of American Educational
Educational Films: A Historical Review of Media Innovation in Schools
Eckhardt Fuchs, Anne Bruch, and Michael Annegarn-Gläß
Translator : Nicola Watson
methods and processes used in schools to teach and learn. A comprehensive historical investigation of the interaction between progressive education, new educational technology and new media presents, in no small part due to the complications associated
Framing 30 June 1941 in Wikipedia
Trust and Information Usefulness,” British Journal of Educational Technology 44, no. 3 (2013): 502–517. 7 Christian Pentzold, “Fixing the Floating Gap: The Online Encyclopaedia Wikipedia as a Global Memory Place,” Memory Studies 2, no. 2 (2009): 255