Atmaram Mulliah's research while affiliated with University of Alberta and other places

Publications (2)

Article
Mobile devices are becoming increasingly powerful and accessible as wireless networks cover most of our daily environment and a variety of software frameworks makes the task of building mobile applications simpler. M-learning applications are a new and interesting breed of mobile applications for supporting a broad range of learning activities on a...
Article
In this paper, we discuss MediCol, a JXTA- based P2P application to support the interaction of a cohort of medical students in their surgery rotation. MediCol supports many of the natural interactions occurring among peer students and their rotation supervisors, including note taking, discussion of cases during patient visits, and rotation portfoli...

Citations

... These numbers can also be roughly translated to other countries as almost everybody possess at least one mobile phone. Another point that can be said is from Mulliah and Stroulia claims, that reinforce how mobile devices are becoming much more well-equipped compare to the time before, they claimed that "Mobile devices are becoming increasingly powerful and accessible as wireless networks cover most of our daily environment and a variety of software frameworks" [11]. ...
... Therefore, learning is no longer restricted to only having attending classes. Mulliah (2006) commented that there are three advantages of m-learning in the likes of convenience, collaboration and fun as opposed to e-learning. In addition, m-learning devices are portable and small in size, thus it is easy to carry around at one's convenience (Schwiderski-Grosche & Knospe, 2002). ...