Jane Yau joined the CeLeKT research group as a postdoc fellow in Nov 2010. Her doctoral thesis was focused on a mobile context-aware learning schedule framework with Java learning objects. For more information about her doctoral studies and publications, please see the link below. She has published around 30 scientific articles in the area of mobile learning including a book chapter and 8 journal articles. Her current research activities include 1) the design and evaluation of context-aware learning hints in the Geometry Mobile (GeM) project, 2) research on mobile contextual language and museum learning, 3) qualitative video analysis of mobile learning project trials, and 4) research on mobile learning education in developing countries.
Joy, M., Yau, J., Sinclair, J. & Hagan. S. (in progress) Open Educational Resources for Computer Science. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies.
Yin, C., Hirokawa, S., Yau, J., Nakatoh, T., Hashimoto, K. & Tabata, Y. (in progress) Analyzing research trends with cross tabulation search engine. Special Issue of the International Journal of Distance Education. Technologies.
Sollervall, H. , Gil de la Iglesia, D., Milrad, M., Petersson, O., Salavati, S. & Yau, J. (2011). Trade-offs between didactical and technological design requirements affecting the robustness of a mobile learning activity. Proceedings of The International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2011
Yau, J., Gil de la Iglesia, D., Milrad, M., Petersson, O., Salavati, S. & Sollervall, H. (2011). Identifying the potential needs to provide mobile context-aware hints to support students’ learning. Proceedings of The International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2011.
Yau, J. & Joy, M. (2011). M-learning generations and interview study results of a mobile context-aware learning schedule framework. In “Combining E-Learning and M-Learning: New Applications of Blended Educational Resources". IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
Yau, J. & Salavati, S. (2011) Researchers' and teachers' perspectives on the use of mobile technologies for inquiry-based learning. Proceedings of IADIS International Conference Mobile Learning, pp. 136-143.
Didac Gil de la Iglesia
Lisa M. Rühmann
Jane Yin-Kim Yau