Facets of Mobile Lifelong Learning Services
Dirin, Amir; Laine, Teemu; Nieminen, Marko (2020)
Lane, Chad H.
SCITEPRESS Science And Technology Publications
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Dirin A., Laine T., Nieminen M., (2020). Facets of Mobile Lifelong Learning Services. Lane C., Zvacek S., Uhomoibhi J. (Eds.)., Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Education - Volume 1., SCITEPRESS Science And Technology Publications.
In the era of digital services and digital connectivity, a massive amount of knowledge has become available and accessible all the time and for all ages. This mandates significant structural changes in the ways in which knowledge are shared and contents are presented. The ways in which knowledge is shared and learners become engaged with that knowledge are crucial in lifelong learning. In lifelong learning the knowledge and the content must be delivered to learners at the right time, without distractions and noise. The traditional educational offering in classrooms is not anymore feasible and supportive as learning happens in a disengaged manner in lifelong learning. In new lifelong learning services, user experience (UX) plays a key role in delivering content appropriately and supporting transition of learning between different contexts with adaptive learning media. The objective of this study is to illustrate and elaborate on the roles of feelings and emotions in engaging students i n lifelong learning applications. We have applied systematic literature review (SLR) to identify emotional factors associated with lifelong mobile learning (m-learning) environments. Based on the findings, we propose an application concept as a case study to demonstrate how emotional factors can manifest themselves in lifelong learning applications. Finally, based on the findings of the literature review and the case study evaluation, we propose a model illustrating the facets in lifelong learning applications