21st World Conference on Mobile, Blended and Seamless Learning (mLearn2021)

All short papers are available below with all long papers being published in a Special Issue of the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL). A link to the Special Issue will be provided soon.

 Long Papers

Author/s Title
Torbjörn Ott and Marco Tiozzo Digital Media Ethics: Benefits and Challenges in School Education
Kathryn MacCallum and David Parsons Integrating Mobile Mixed Reality to Enhance Learning Before, During and After Physical Field Trips
Vladena Bätge Jahn and Koen Lombaerts Actualizing Affordances of Audiobooks within a University Course
Pengiran Shaiffadzillah Pengiran Omarali Considerations of Game Dynamics and Mechanics in College Students’ use of Mobile Games for Learning
Ellen Rusman and Jeroen Storm MirrorMe@work: a theory-informed methodology to support novice teachers’ individual and collective professional development at the workplace
Marguerite Koole and Kaleigh Elian Evaluating Students’ Experiences of a weekly ‘Hour of Code’: Cookies or Cake?
Farshad Farahnakian, Janika Leoste and Fahimeh Farahnakian Student Emotion Detection in Teaching Feedback Systems: A Literature Survey

 Short Papers

Author/s Title
Neil Cowie and Mehrasa Alizadeh Exploring virtual reality: A student-centred approach
Johanna Kero, Virpi Salo, Piiku Pakkanen, Sini-Charlotta Kamberg, Krista Toivonen, Päivi Sanerma and Anniina Tohmola Web-based multiprofessional joint eSimulation between educational institutions in Finland
Evgeny Patarakin and Vasiliy Burov The story of the MES educational community, told using network analysis and agent-based modeling
Oleg Shvaikovsky, Priit Reiska and Mart Laanpere Towards assessment with automatically generated concept maps

Other participation:

Workshop – Vladena Bätge Jahn, Design your own Asynchronous (Audio)Book Club or Learning Circle in Higher Education or Lifelong Learning

Panel – Aga Palalas, David Parsons, Stavros A Nikou and Selwyn Rodulfo, Mobile Learning Pedagogies

Poster – Johanna Lundqvist, Karin Franzén and Gun-Marie Wetso, Differentiated instruction and integrated digital technologies in Swedish preschools and schools: A large-scale co-production study