Emerging technologies in New Zealand: A pedagogical framework for mobile social media
Cochrane, Thomas Donald; Narayan, Vickel; Oldfield, James
Citation:Cochrane, T., Narayan, V., & Oldfield, J. (2015). Emerging technologies in New Zealand: A pedagogical framework for mobile social media. In V. Bozalek, D. Ng’ambi, D. Wood, J. Herrington, J. Hardman & A. Amory, Activity theory, authentic learning and emerging technologies(Eds.), (pp.126-143). New York, U.S.A.: Routledge. Available from link below.
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In this chapter we critique three mlearning case studies in a variety of higher education contexts illustrating how mlearning can enable authentic learning. Drawing on these experiences we explore how collaborative curriculum design can practically implement authentic mobile learning. Applying the nine principles of authentic learning to the context of mlearning has led us to identify six critical success factors for implementing mobile learning and has resulted in the development of a mobile social media framework for implementing authentic learning. We conclude that mobile learning can be a powerful catalyst for enabling authentic learning. Emerging technologies in New Zealand: A pedagogical framework for mobile social media - ResearchGate. Available from: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/268078730_Emerging_technologies_in_New_Zealand_A_pedagogical_framework_for_mobile_social_media [accessed May 28, 2015].