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Indoor mapping and navigation using geographic information systems
Goran Sekirarski, 2016, bachelor thesis/paper

Abstract: This study present proposal work with prototypes that use Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) and NFC technology for indoor navigation using mobile device with help by using geographic information system to create geotagged maps to building in this diploma thesis. The study used an experimental approach with open source software and hardware engineering tools and technologies which minimized cost. A preliminary experiment with RFID and NFC tools helped to understand the compatibility of certain RFID infrastructure with NFC and helped to determine if and how NFC could be used. The capability of NFC in leveraging its low-cost infrastructure of passive tags, its embedment in mobile devices and the ubiquity of the mobile device provided a cost effective solution with good accuracy.
Keywords: Geographic information system, CAD, RFID, Wi-Fi, Near Field Communication, indoor navigation, indoor positioning, NFC Internal, mobile device
Published: 24.04.2017; Views: 808; Downloads: 44
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Mobile learning usage and preferences of vocational secondary school students
Antun Biloš, Davorin Turkalj, Ivan Kelić, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to determine the current status of mobile device usage and mobile learning adoption in vocational education and training (VET) secondary schools in three European Union countries (Austria, the Czech Republic, and Germany). The research focused on exploring students’ mobile device usage habits, their attitudes toward education in the context of mobile application support, and preferences regarding mobile learning features. The research confirmed a high level of mobile device usage among secondary school students on a daily basis; smartphones and laptops were the most commonly used devices. The vast majority of participants perceived themselves to be advanced mobile device users, but reported a deficit of ICT-assisted mobile learning experience. However, the majority of respondents with prior ICT-assisted education experience described it as a positive or very positive experience. In addition, study participants tended to agree that mobile learning will play a significant role in education in the future. The paper also explored the reported differences among the students in the three countries and suggested several implications for understanding students’ views of mobile learning. The findings provide insights into possibilities of m-learning implementation while creating a framework for m-learning application development in the VET secondary school environment.
Keywords: mobile learning, secondary school education, online teaching, student mobile device usage, m-learning, mobile teaching
Published: 14.11.2017; Views: 356; Downloads: 53
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