Web Service Testing and Usability for Mobile Learning
Chang, Victor (2006) Web Service Testing and Usability for Mobile Learning. In, IEEE Computer Society: The First International Conference on Mobile Communications and Learning MCL 2006, April 23-27, 2006, 23 - 27 Apr 2006.
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Based on the summary of recent renowned publications, Mobile Learning (ML) has become an emerging technology, as well as a new technique that can enhance the quality of learning. Due to the increasing importance of ML, the investigation of such impacts on the e-Science community is amongst the hot topics, which also relate to part of these research areas: Grid Infrastructure, Wireless Communication, Virtual Research Organization and Semantic Web. The above examples contribute to the demonstrations of how Mobile Learning can be applied into e-Science applications, including usability. However, there are few papers addressing testing and quality engineering issues – the core component for software engineering. Therefore, the major purpose of this paper is to present how Web Service Testing for Mobile Learning can be carried out, in addition to re-investigating the influences of the usability issue with both quantitative and qualitative research methods. Out of many mobile technologies available, the Pocket PC and Tablet PC have been chosen as the equipment; and the OMII Web Service, the 64-bit .NET e-portal and the GPS-PDA are the software tools to be used for Web Service testing.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Additional Information:||Event Dates: April 23-27, 2006|
|Keywords:||Web Service, Usability, Web Service Testing, Mobile Learning, 64-bit .NET e-portal, OMII Web Service, GPS-PDA.|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science
|Date Deposited:||09 Dec 2005|
|Last Modified:||27 Mar 2014 20:04|
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