CLASSROOM, UBIQUITOUS, AND MOBILE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE LEARNING
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AbstractMobile educational systems have started to emerge as potential high quality educational environments that support not only school/college/university education but also life-long learning. The exponential growth of wireless technology in recent years, increasing availability of high bandwidth network infrastructures, advances in mobile technologies and the popularity of handheld devices have opened up new accessibility opportunities for formal education and life-long learning. This keynote address will discuss various aspects of the research that is aimed to exploit the benefits of location, context, device and learner modeling, and combine them with advanced mobile technology to achieve personalized delivery of rich multimedia learning objects: anywhere and anytime; collaborative problem-solving in the context of learners &apos; surroundings, authentic problem-solving through multiple forms of input; and appropriate use of these different media formats as part of problem-solving for rich learning experiences.