Mobile Learning Researches Towards Individuals with Disabilities: A Content Analysis Between 2005 and 2015

Hakan CEVAHİR [1] , Muzaffer Özdemir [2]

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In parallel with the advancing technology, forms of learning have also vary with the introduction of mobile devices into our lives. Mobile learning environments has also attracted the attention of researchers in parallel to the development of technology in recent years. Mobile learning environments can be set the learning process according to individuals and allows the individual to interact with content. The use of mobile technology is easy. In particular, eliminating the communication and transportation problems provide equal opportunities for people with special educational needs. In particular, they provide equal opportunities for people with special educational needs by eliminating the communication and transportation problems. Therefore, the importance of applications developed for mobile devices is increasing day by day. Mobile applications can meet some of the educational needs of individuals with disabilities. It also contributes to the development of their communication skills. Mobile technology can produce solutions to different problems for individuals with a disability when considering the needs for such training, communication and muscle development of these individuals

ABSTRACT

In parallel with the advancing technology, forms of learning have also vary with the introduction of mobile devices into our lives. Mobile learning environments has also attracted the attention of researchers in parallel to the development of technology in recent years. Mobile learning environments can be set the learning process according to individuals and allows the individual to interact with content. The use of mobile technology is easy. In particular, eliminating the communication and transportation problems provide equal opportunities for people with special educational needs. In particular, they provide equal opportunities for people with special educational needs by eliminating the communication and transportation problems. Therefore, the importance of applications developed for mobile devices is increasing day by day. Mobile applications can meet some of the educational needs of individuals with disabilities. It also contributes to the development of their communication skills. Mobile technology can produce solutions to different problems for individuals with a disability when considering the needs for such training, communication and muscle development of these individuals.

In this study, in the field of educational technology from 2005 until 2015, a content analysis of researches on mobile applications for individuals with a disability survey was conducted. Educational technology classification form was used for the analysis of selected articles and they were analyzed using descriptive statistical methods.

In this context, the purpose of this study is to identify the types, analysis methods, research area, data collection methods and sampling properties of research on the use of mobile learning applications for individuals with disabilities, identify research trends, and show the direction to researchers.

Abstract: Mobile Learning, Mobile Learning Applications, Inviduals with Disabilities

Mobil öğrenme, mobil öğrenme uygulamaları, yetersizliği olan bireyler
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Yazar: Hakan CEVAHİR

Yazar: Muzaffer Özdemir

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APA CEVAHİR, H , Özdemir, M . (2015). Mobile Learning Researches Towards Individuals with Disabilities: A Content Analysis Between 2005 and 2015. Istanbul Journal of Open and Distance Education, 1 (2), . Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/iuauzed/issue/8774/109703
MLA CEVAHİR, H , Özdemir, M . "Mobile Learning Researches Towards Individuals with Disabilities: A Content Analysis Between 2005 and 2015". Istanbul Journal of Open and Distance Education 1 (2015): <http://dergipark.gov.tr/iuauzed/issue/8774/109703>
Chicago CEVAHİR, H , Özdemir, M . "Mobile Learning Researches Towards Individuals with Disabilities: A Content Analysis Between 2005 and 2015". Istanbul Journal of Open and Distance Education 1 (2015):
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