Mobile group blogging in learning: a case study of supporting cultural transition
Shao, Yinjuan (2010) Mobile group blogging in learning: a case study of supporting cultural transition. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
A mobile group blog is an example of a Web 2.0 social space, as well as a tool for the instant collection of contextual information, the immediate sharing of information and later reflection. Records in the form of multimedia created through mobile blogging can assist people to keep a versatile representation of artefacts they encounter on the move in everyday life. Overseas students are an example of a large group of people whose cultural learning could be supported by this technology. They could share contextual information and their own stories with other people currently experiencing the host culture, as well as people who do not have the opportunity to experience the host culture first-hand.
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