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The Multi-Criteria Impact of a Multimedia Mobile Application




The impact analysis of a multimedia mobile application requires a multi-criteria process of breaking down the complex quality attributes implicated into an educational process conducted with the support offered by the newest mobile device hardware and software capabilities. A separation between attributes of quality is necessary to be done and, consequently, a model of interaction between educational forces should be proposed. From our theoretical model we emphasized a possible correlation between the metric indicator named effectiveness of a multi-media mobile application and a classification order, amongst a series of mobile application, generated by a multi-criterion making decisions mathematical method. We correlated the indicator of a general academic performance, previously studied and published, with the effective-ness of a multimedia mobile application and a multi-criteria process of making decisions considering our main objective as being orientated to the goal of finding arguments for a reasona-ble explanation concerning the impact generated by an optimum utilization of a multimedia mobile application. Our contribution is based on a theoretical model which emphasizing similarities between the teacher’s role and the mobile technology with multimedia support on behalf regarding a possible path toward a higher academic performance resulted from such a power transition.

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  • Dinu MIHAIL-VADUVA, 2021. "The Multi-Criteria Impact of a Multimedia Mobile Application," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 25(2), pages 15-28.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:25:y:2021:i:2:p:15-28

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