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Can I have a Mooc2Go, please? On The Viability of Mobile vs. Stationary Learning. / Zhao, Yue; Robal, Tarmo; Lofi, Christoph; Hauff, Claudia.

Europ. Conf. on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL). Leeds, UK, 2018.

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Zhao Y, Robal T, Lofi C, Hauff C. Can I have a Mooc2Go, please? On The Viability of Mobile vs. Stationary Learning. In Europ. Conf. on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL). Leeds, UK. 2018

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title = "Can I have a Mooc2Go, please? On The Viability of Mobile vs. Stationary Learning",
abstract = "The use of mobile technology has become a part of our dailylives and enabled us to perform tasks that once were possible only onstationary computers on-the-go anywhere and at any time. This shifthas also affected the way we learn. The use of mobile devices on-the-gorequires users to multitask and divide attention between several activi-ties. In the context of learning, it may lead to high cognitive load andpotential disruptions. While many MOOC platforms have provided thepossibility for learning on mobile devices, the learning situation and itseffect on learners’ while using mobile devices on-the-go has not been stud-ied in full. Contrary to the majority of available mobile learning studieswhich are conducted in lab conditions, we focus on real-life situationscommonly experienced by learners while learning on-the-go. We studythe differences in MOOC learners’ performance and interactions in twodifferent learning situations with mobile devices: stationary learning andlearning on-the-go on the edX platform.",
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