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Comparative Study of the Mobile Learning Architectures

Abstract : With the emergence of mobile devices (Smart Phone, PDA, UMPC, game consoles, etc.), learning is changing from electronic learning (e-Learning) to mobile learning (m-learning). In fact, due to the mobility feature, it seems that the m-learning have to be adapted with the change within the context. Several researches addressed this issue and implemented a mobile learning environment to prove its usefulness and feasibility in various domains. In this article, we conduct a comparative study between a list of mobile learning architectures and methods that are presented in the literature. The performance of these architectures is evaluated based on several criteria, such as the adaptation management, which is an important parameter for the management and customization of the learning resources for the learners, as well as the environment, which is a core part of mobile learning systems.
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Sameh Baccari, Florence Mendes, Christophe Nicolle, Fayrouz Soualah-Alila, Neji Mahmoud. Comparative Study of the Mobile Learning Architectures. e-LEOT 2nd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training, Sep 2015, Novedrate, Italy. ⟨hal-01238370⟩



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