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Introducing a mobile learning attitude scale for higher education

Khaddage, Ferial and Knezek, Gerald 2013, Introducing a mobile learning attitude scale for higher education, in WCCE 2013 : Learning while we are connected : Proceedings of the IFIP Computers in Education 2013 World Conference, Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, Torun, Italy, pp. 226-235.

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Title Introducing a mobile learning attitude scale for higher education
Author(s) Khaddage, Ferial
Knezek, Gerald
Conference name IFIP Computers in Education. World Conference (10th : 2013 : Torun, Poland)
Conference location Torun, Poland
Conference dates 2 - 5 Jul. 2013
Title of proceedings WCCE 2013 : Learning while we are connected : Proceedings of the IFIP Computers in Education 2013 World Conference
Editor(s) Reynold, Nicholas
Webb, Mary
Publication date 2013
Series Vol. 1
Conference series IFIP Computers in Education World Conference
Start page 226
End page 235
Total pages 10
Publisher Nicolaus Copernicus University Press
Place of publication Torun, Italy
Keyword(s) attitude scale
mobile learning
higher education
informal learning
Summary The Mobile Learning Scale v1 .0 consists of seven Likert items drawn from the key points developed for a paper on mobile learning prospects for informal learning in higher education (Khaddage & Knezek, 2011 ). Many of these points had been initially developed during the 2011 International Summit on ICT in Education (UNESCO, Paris, 2011 ), where the first author was Rapporteur for the working group Co-Chaired by the second author. In order to assess the performance of the instrument, data were gathered from 81 undergraduate and graduate university students during August and September of 2011. Data were assessed for strength of agreement on individual items and for internal consistency reliability of the seven item-scale. Initial indications are that the instrument has good reliability for university students (Alpha = .85) and can be useful for assessing attitudes toward mobile learning technologies and applications within the intended audience of higher education learners. Potential uses and plans for future research are discussed.
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ISBN 9788323130901
Language eng
Field of Research 130212 Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
109999 Technology not elsewhere classified
080502 Mobile Technologies
Socio Economic Objective 970110 Expanding Knowledge in Technology
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2013, Nicolaus Copernicus University Press
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