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A Survey Study to Gather Requirements for Designing a Mobile Service to Enhance Learning from Cultural Heritage

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This study was carried out to gather user requirements using a questionnaire survey. The study has investigated how people may use mobile location-aware technologies for learning purposes in cultural heritage contexts. This paper presents the results of this survey study and outlines a number of challenges for further development.

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  • Mobile learning
  • Informal learning
  • Location-based
  • Cultural heritage

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Alkhafaji, A., Fallahkhair, S., Cocea, M., Crellin, J. (2016). A Survey Study to Gather Requirements for Designing a Mobile Service to Enhance Learning from Cultural Heritage. In: Verbert, K., Sharples, M., Klobučar, T. (eds) Adaptive and Adaptable Learning. EC-TEL 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 9891. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45153-4_60

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