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The Special Session "Motivating students with Mobiles" (MsM'2015), within the "IMCL 2015 - International Conference of Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning", in line with the objectives of the last year MsM'2014 Special Session, aims to continue and promote the discussion about the motivational aspects of mobile learning.
Mobile learning, offers learners the potential to acquire knowledge and skills in a ubiquitous and personalized manner, facilitating a learner-centered learning experience in "anytime and anywhere" settings. Among the numerous elements that are associated with a successful mobile learning strategy, emotional, affective and motivational factors are considered especially important and need to be further investigated.
The Special Session will provide an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present their latest work on evaluating the impact of mobile learning on student motivation and propose pedagogies, instructional design methodologies and implementations to support and enhance learning motivation through the appropriate uses of mobile technology.
The special session "Motivating Students with Mobiles" (MsM'2015) invites original papers (full/short/poster submissions) focusing on mobile learner motivation and engagement, self-regulation, perceptions, attitudes and acceptance, emotion and affective issues along with mobile learning performance.
Special focus will be given on motivation issues in game-based mobile learning and wearables-based learning. The topics include (but are not limited to):
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