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Cloud-Based Mobile Learning

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  • Alexandru BUTOI

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  • Nicolae TOMAI

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  • Loredana MOCEAN

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As the cloud technologies are largely studied and mobile technologies are evolving, new di-rections for development of mobile learning tools deployed on cloud are proposed.. M-Learning is treated as part of the ubiquitous learning paradigm and is a pervasive extension of E-Learning technologies. Development of such learning tools requires specific development strategies for an effective abstracting of pedagogical principles at the software design and implementation level. Current paper explores an interdisciplinary approach for designing and development of cloud based M-Learning tools by mapping a specific development strategy used for educational programs to software prototyping strategy. In order for such instruments to be user effective from the learning outcome point of view, the evaluation process must be rigorous as we propose a metric model for expressing the trainee’s overall learning experience with evaluated levels of interactivity, content presentation and graphical user interface usability.

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  • Alexandru BUTOI & Nicolae TOMAI & Loredana MOCEAN, 2013. "Cloud-Based Mobile Learning," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 17(2), pages 27-40.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:17:y:2013:i:2:p:27-40
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