Mobility at a medical ward: design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application

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Abstract

The paper reports from the MINI-project in which the authors are currently designing a mobile e-learning service for physicians in clinical training. The paper presents results from the analysis trying to grasp what mobility means in this specific context and which design challenges and decisions have been made on this basis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDHRS 2006 : Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium
EditorsO. W. Bertelsen, M. Brynskov, P. Dalsgaard, O. S. Iversen, M. G. Petersen, M. Wetterstrand
PublisherDepartment of Computer Science, Aarhus University
Publication date2006
Pages31-32
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventDanish HCI-Research Symposium - Århus, Denmark
Duration: 15 Nov 200615 Nov 2006
Conference number: 6

Conference

ConferenceDanish HCI-Research Symposium
Number6
CountryDenmark
CityÅrhus
Period15/11/200615/11/2006
SeriesDAIMIPB
Number580
ISSN0105-8517

Keywords

  • Mobility
  • Medical ward
  • M-learning
  • Design requirements

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Kanstrup, A. M., & Christiansen, E. (2006). Mobility at a medical ward: design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application. In O. W. Bertelsen, M. Brynskov, P. Dalsgaard, O. S. Iversen, M. G. Petersen, & M. Wetterstrand (Eds.), DHRS 2006: Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium (pp. 31-32). Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University. DAIMIPB, No. 580
Kanstrup, Anne Marie ; Christiansen, Ellen. / Mobility at a medical ward : design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application. DHRS 2006: Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium. editor / O. W. Bertelsen ; M. Brynskov ; P. Dalsgaard ; O. S. Iversen ; M. G. Petersen ; M. Wetterstrand. Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, 2006. pp. 31-32 (DAIMIPB; No. 580).
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Kanstrup, AM & Christiansen, E 2006, Mobility at a medical ward: design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application. in OW Bertelsen, M Brynskov, P Dalsgaard, OS Iversen, MG Petersen & M Wetterstrand (eds), DHRS 2006: Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium. Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, DAIMIPB, no. 580, pp. 31-32, Danish HCI-Research Symposium, Århus, Denmark, 15/11/2006.

Mobility at a medical ward : design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application. / Kanstrup, Anne Marie; Christiansen, Ellen.

DHRS 2006: Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium. ed. / O. W. Bertelsen; M. Brynskov; P. Dalsgaard; O. S. Iversen; M. G. Petersen; M. Wetterstrand. Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, 2006. p. 31-32 (DAIMIPB; No. 580).

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Kanstrup AM, Christiansen E. Mobility at a medical ward: design challenges and decisions for an m-learning application. In Bertelsen OW, Brynskov M, Dalsgaard P, Iversen OS, Petersen MG, Wetterstrand M, editors, DHRS 2006: Proceedings of the sixth Danish human-computer interaction research symposium. Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University. 2006. p. 31-32. (DAIMIPB; No. 580).