Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 13 Issue 2


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Cyber-communic@tion etiquette: The interplay between social distance, gender and discursive features of student-faculty email interactions

Abbas Mehrabi Boshrabadi, Sepideh Bataghva Sarabi

Research has shown that the discursive patterns students use in their email interactions with their teachers are not linguistically and socio-culturally appropriate. Accordingly…

Impact of contextuality on mobile learning acceptance: An empirical study based on a language learning app

Stephan Böhm, Georges Philip Constantine

This paper aims to focus on contextualized features for mobile language learning apps. The scope of this paper is to explore students’ perceptions of contextualized mobile…


Augmented reality, the future of contextual mobile learning

Roopesh Kevin Sungkur, Akshay Panchoo, Nitisha Kirtee Bhoyroo

This study aims to show the relevance of augmented reality (AR) in mobile learning for the 21st century. With AR, any real-world environment can be augmented by providing users…


An investigation into risks awareness and e-safety needs of children on the internet: A study of Devon, UK

Fenio Annansingh, Thomas Veli

This paper aims to investigate children interaction in cyberspace and their use of Web 2.0 technologies. It sought their perception of internet risks as well as their knowledge…


Learning with LinkedIn: Students' perceptions of incorporating subject-related blogging in an international marketing course

Nataliya Galan, Akbar Khodabandehloo

This paper aims to report the results of implementation of blogging within a LinkedIn discussion group in an international marketing course for a multicultural group of students…

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