Conceptual Framework: A Mobile Software Model for Web Based Learning


Currently, mobile devices are very extensively used in our society as we have realized the large number of brought mobile devices in each recent year. With rapid advancing evolution of wireless networking technologies and innovation in mobile devices, a mobile learning has become another alternative learning. This article presents an innovative software development of a mobile learning using mobile software applications technology for Web Based on-line learning. Therefore we proposed adaptive new technologies in education a better learning. Learners can learn anywhere and anytime on a network. In addition applications technology for on-line learning using the mobile software development in a general design framework model. Our framework is a general model of application structural design of a prototype via the mobile learning on web. The diagrams will be the main interactions of learners, designer, and developers according to user requirements. System designers and developers can more easily comprehended and implemented the system. Moreover simplify the design system this can reduce the number of symbols used and avoid the ambiguous design. The framework describes the steps taken in a graphical interface in the system. This objective of this research was to understand the design mobile applications software of a web based on-line learning system by Information Flow Diagram (IFD) model. The purpose of our research is guiding principles and developing an alternative tool for designing and analyzing a mobile software design.

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Titiya Chomngern, Rangsit University, Thailand
Paniti Netinant, Rangsit University, Thailand

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Conference: ACSET2016
Stream: Technology and Society: Computers, Technology & Society: IT Delivery

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