Using Activity-Oriented Design Methods (AODM) to investigate mobile learning.

Daisy Mwanza-Simwami

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Abstract

The past few years have witnessed significant interest and developments in researching mobile learning, with a lot of important contributions being made towards understanding and defining mobile learning (Kukulska-Hulme and Traxler, 2005; Sharples, et al., 2007; Wali et al., 2008; Winters, 2007). However, current research efforts are being redirected towards a new agenda to establish appropriate methods for investigating mobile learning, as this book testifies (see also Kjeldskov and Graham, 2003; Hagen et al., 2005). This chapter contributes to this research effort by articulating how to adapt Activity-Oriented Design Methods (AODM – see Mwanza, 2002) for use in mobile learning research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResearching Mobile Learning
Subtitle of host publicationFrameworks, Tools, and Research Designs
EditorsGiasemi Vavoula, Norbert Pachler, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme
Place of PublicationSwitzerland
PublisherPeter Lang
Chapter6
Pages97-122
ISBN (Print) 9783039118328
Publication statusPublished - 7 May 2009

Keywords

  • Mobile learning
  • Activity Theory
  • Methods

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