博碩士論文 975904607 詳細資訊


姓名 裴光好(Bui Quang)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 資訊工程學系
論文名稱 透過手機來整合多種學習資源來括曾在紙張上的學習
(Integrating multiple learning resources by using mobile phones to augment paper-based learning)
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摘要(中) 有一連串的研究已經整合紙張和數位文件去支持一個整合的學習環境。不過,其中大多數沒有解決一個問題,就是學習者困難在劉覽不同資源的時候還要同時從事主要的學習過程。本論文的目標是發展一個系統,稱為 DroidLearn,以增加紙張的教科書與移動電話和多種學習資源的整合到一個超文本系統。作為一個超文本系統,DroidLearn讓學習者將錨落在某一份文件,然後從不同的超文本文件進行收集,管理和組織信息。一個電話和紙張介面的目的是要縮小差距介於學習者之間,紙本教科書和移動電話,並提供良好的用戶體驗與交互的多個文件。為了評估該系統的作用,我們進行了一次用戶評價研究。本研究結果提供證據,證明 DroidLearn顯著提高學習表現以及用戶的滿意度。
摘要(英) A number of researches have been performed to integrate paper and digital documents to support an integrative learning environment. However, most of them did not address the issue that learners are difficult to navigate through different resources while still engaging with the primary flow of the learning process. The goal of this thesis is to develop a system called DroidLearn to augment paper-textbook with mobile phone and integrate multiple learning resources into a hypertextual system. As a hypertextual system, DroidLearn enables learners to anchor on a document and refer to, collect, manage and organize information from different hypertext documents. A phone-and-paper interface was designed to bridge the gap between learners, paper textbooks and mobile phones and to offer a good user experience of interacting with multiple documents. To assess the effect of the system, we conducted a user evaluation study. The results of this study provide evidence that DroidLearn significantly enhances learning performance as well as user satisfaction.
關鍵字(中) ★ 紙張為基礎的學習
★ 超文本系統
★ 超文本文件
★ 電話及文件界面
★ 紙張教科書
★ 移動計算
★ 移動學習
★ 人機交互
關鍵字(英) ★ paper-based learning
★ hypertextual system
★ mobile learning
★ human-computer interaction
★ mobile computing
★ paper textbook
★ phone-and-paper interface
★ hypertext documents
論文目次 Chapter 1. Introduction ................................................................................................... - 1 -
1.1. Background .................................................................................................................... - 1 -
1.1.1. Mobile phones serve as a useful learning tools ....................................................... - 1 -
1.1.2. Paper-based learning and environment factor ........................................................ - 1 -
1.1.3. Collaborative learning ............................................................................................. - 2 -
1.1.4. Learning from Hypertext Documents ...................................................................... - 3 -
1.2. Motivation ...................................................................................................................... - 4 -
1.3. Scope of this Thesis ........................................................................................................ - 5 -
1.4. Organization of this Thesis .............................................................................................. - 7 -
Chapter 2. Related Work ................................................................................................. - 8 -
2.1. The use of Electronic documents and Mobile devices in Reading .................................... - 8 -
2.2. The incorporation of computing device with paper ....................................................... - 10 -
2.2.1. Page Identification and Location Tracking ............................................................. - 10 -
2.2.2. Paper-based Linking .............................................................................................. - 12 -
2.3. Mobile phone’s applications to offer online supports ................................................... - 14 -
2.4. Using Hypertext Documents ......................................................................................... - 15 -
Chapter 3. The Google’s Android Platform .................................................................. - 17 -
3.1. Overview ...................................................................................................................... - 17 -
3.2. Activity Lifecycle ........................................................................................................... - 18 -
3.3. User Interface ............................................................................................................... - 23 -
3.3.1. View Hierarchy ...................................................................................................... - 24 -
3.3.2. Layout ................................................................................................................... - 25 -
3.3.3. Widgets ................................................................................................................ - 26 -
3.3.4. UI Events............................................................................................................... - 26 -
3.3.5. Menus .................................................................................................................. - 27 -
3.3.6. Adapters ............................................................................................................... - 27 -
3.3.7. Styles and Themes ................................................................................................ - 28 -
Chapter 4. System Design and Implementation ............................................................ - 29 -
4.1. System Architecture ..................................................................................................... - 29 -
4.1.1. Passage Capture Module ....................................................................................... - 30 -
4.1.2. Page Location Module ........................................................................................... - 31 -
4.1.3. Flow Controller and Online Material Viewers ........................................................ - 32 -
4.1.4. User Interface ....................................................................................................... - 33 -
4.1.5. System Database................................................................................................... - 33 -
4.1.6. Sharing and Notification Module ........................................................................... - 33 -
4.1.7. Web-based learning materials ............................................................................... - 34 -
4.2. Implementation ............................................................................................................ - 35 -
4.2.1. Linking between paper-textbook and mobile phone.............................................. - 35 -
4.2.2. Navigating between learning resources on Touch screen mobile ........................... - 36 -
Chapter 5. User Study Evaluation and Results............................................................. - 39 -
5.1. Course Materials .......................................................................................................... - 39 -
5.2. Task .............................................................................................................................. - 39 -
5.3. Results .......................................................................................................................... - 41 -
Chapter 6. Summary and Conclusion ........................................................................... - 43 -
References ...................................................................................................................... - 45 -
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指導教授 陳國棟(CHEN- GWO DONG) 審核日期 2010-7-19

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