IEEE International Workshop on Mobile and Wireless Technologies in Education,

August 29-30, 2002, Växjö University, Växjö, Sweden

WMTE 2002 Accepted Papers:

Paper #

Paper's title

Contact Author

Category Assigned

4
xTask – adaptable working environment

Ketamo (Finland)

Long paper

10
A Mobile Scaffolding-Aid-Based Bird-Watching Learning System

Chen (Taiwan)

Long paper

13
Applying Wireless Technologies to Build a Highly Interactive Learning Environment

Liu (Taiwan)

Long paper

16
Design and Implementation of Ad Hoc Classroom and eSchoolbag Systems for Ubiquitous Learning

Chang (Taiwan)

Long paper

23
Walking & Talking - Sharing best practice

Lundin (Sweden)

Long paper

26
Handheld Use in K-12: A Descriptive Account

Curtis (USA)

Long paper

32
Research to Industry Four Years of Observations in Classrooms Using a Network of Handheld Devices

Davis (USA)

Long paper

36
Collaboration Design Patterns: Conceptual Tools for Planning for The Wireless Classroom

DiGiano (USA)

Long paper

40
The Electronic Guidebook: A Study of User Experiences using Mobile Web Content in a Museum Setting

Hsi (USA)

Long paper

Paper #

Paper's title

Contact Author

Category Assigned
1 Toward an Interactive Museum Guide System with Sensing and Wireless Network Technologies

Kusunoki (Japan)

Short Paper
8 Environmental Detectives: PDAs as a Window into a Virtual Simulated World

Klopfer (USA)

Short Paper
9 Mobile learning and Mobility in Teacher Training

Seppala (Finland)

Short Paper
11 Mobile learning in personnel training of university teachers

Seppala (Finland)

Short Paper
12 Towards a Philosophy of M-Learning

Nyiri (Hungary)

Short Paper
14 M-Education: Bridging the Gap of Mobile and Desktop Computing

Farooq (USA)

Short Paper
17 The Role Of Mobile Devices In E-Learning: A Survey Of Current Projects And First Experiences With A Wireless E-Learning Environment

Noesebakel (Germany)

Short Paper
21 KLeOS: A personal, mobile, Knowledge and Learning Organisation System

Vavoula (UK)

Short Paper
27 Alternative learning arenas – pedagogical challenges to mobile learning technology in education

Mifsoud (Norway)

Short Paper
33  Supporting Learning in Context: Extending Learner-Centered Design to the Development of Handheld Educational Software

 Luchini (USA)

 Short Paper
41 Improving communication through mobile technologies: Which possibilities?

Divitini (Norway)

Short Paper
42 Pattern-Based Annotations on E-books: From Personal to Shared Didactic Content

Desmoulins (France)

Short Paper
44 SMS and Interactivity – Some Results from the Field, and its Implications on Effective Uses of Mobile Technologies in Education

Stone (UK)

Short Paper
46 Lightweight Extensions of Collaborative Modeling Systems for Synchronous Use on PDA's

Hoppe (Germany)

Short Paper
47 C-Notes: Designing a Mobile and Wireless Application to Support Collaborative Knowledge Building

Milrad (Sweden)

Short Paper
49 PDAs in Medical Education and Practice

Smoerdal (Norway)

Short Paper

Paper #

Paper's title

Contact Author

Category Assigned

2
Mobile Agents in Adaptive Learning Systems

Kinshuk (New Zealand)

Poster

3
A Concept Mapping Tool for Pocket PC Computers

Chan (UK)

Poster

5
mLearning for kindergarten’s mathematics teaching

Ketamo (Finland)

Poster

15
The AD-HOC Project: eLearning Anywhere, Anytime

Malliou (Greece)

Poster

19
Mobile communications technologies for young adult learning and skills development (m-Learning)

Gustafsson (Sweden)

Poster

22
Methods for Synchronizing Distributed Participants in a Net-Scenario

Lundin (Sweden)

Poster

25
Evaluating WAP Usability: "What Usability?"

Kiili (Finland)

Poster

29
Positioning technologies in learning

Malmborg (Spain & Sweden)

Poster

31
Mobile Internet usability: What can ‘Mobile Learning’ learn from the past?

Uther (Finland)

Poster

43
Understanding New Tool Use: An Evaluation of the Use of PDAs for Reading Course Materials

Wacott (UK)

Poster