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000101431 245__ $$a‘Location is not enough!’: an Empirical Study of Location-Awareness in Mobile Collaboration
000101431 269__ $$a2005
000101431 260__ $$bIEEE Press$$c2005
000101431 336__ $$aConference Papers
000101431 520__ $$aThere is an ever growing number of mobile learning applications based on location-awareness, However, there is still a lack of information concerning how it might impact socio-cognitive processes involved in collaboration. This is what the following empirical study aimed to address. We used a mobile and collaborative game, running on Tablet PCs, to test two conditions. In one experimental condition, groups could see the positions of each member; while in the other location-awareness was not provided. All users could use the Tablet PC to communicate through annotations. We found no differences between the two conditions with regard to the task performance. Neither were there any differences in terms of cognitive workload. However, players without the location-awareness indications had a better representation of their partners’ paths. They wrote more messages and better explicated their strategies. The paper concludes with remarks about how this can be taken into account by mobile learning practitioners.
000101431 6531_ $$amobile learning
000101431 6531_ $$alocation-awareness
000101431 6531_ $$acollaboration
000101431 6531_ $$agame
000101431 700__ $$0241776$$g157990$$aNova, N
000101431 700__ $$aGirardin, F
000101431 700__ $$aDillenbourg, P$$g155704$$0240137
000101431 7112_ $$dNovember 28-30, 2005$$cTokushima, Japan$$aIEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education
000101431 773__ $$tProceedings of the third IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education$$q21-28
000101431 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/101431/files/paper_wmte2005.pdf$$zn/a$$s165785
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000101431 937__ $$aCRAFT-CONF-2007-003
000101431 973__ $$rREVIEWED$$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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