Gi-Zen Liu

According to our database1, Gi-Zen Liu
  • authored at least 22 papers between 2007 and 2018.
  • has a "Dijkstra number"2 of five.



In proceedings 
PhD thesis 




Mobile-based collaborative learning in the fitness center: A case study on the development of English listening comprehension with a context-aware application.
BJET, 2018

Development and Usability Test of an e-Learning Tool for Engineering Graduates to Develop Academic Writing in English: A Case Study.
Educational Technology & Society, 2017

Integrating socio-cultural contexts and location-based systems for ubiquitous language learning in museums: A state of the art review of 2009-2014.
BJET, 2017

Towards the construction of a field: The developments and implications of mobile assisted language learning (MALL).
DSH, 2016

Enhancing successful outcomes of wiki-based collaborative writing: a state-of-the-art review of facilitation frameworks.
Interactive Learning Environments, 2016

Identifying learning features and models for context-aware ubiquitous learning with phenomenological research method.
IJMLO, 2016

Dedicated design and usability of a context-aware ubiquitous learning environment for developing receptive language skills: a case study.
IJMLO, 2015

Mindtool-Assisted In-Field Learning (MAIL): An Advanced Ubiquitous Learning Project in Taiwan.
Educational Technology & Society, 2014

Designing dynamic English: a creative reading system in a context-aware fitness centre using a smart phone and QR codes.
Digital Creativity, 2014

Towards the refinement of forum and asynchronous online discussion in educational contexts worldwide: Trends and investigative approaches within a dominant research paradigm.
Computers & Education, 2014

Learning how to write effectively for academic journals: A case study investigating the design and development of a genre-based writing tutorial system.
Computers & Education, 2014

Digital learning lives - By Ola Erstad.
BJET, 2014

Design and usability testing of a learning and plagiarism avoidance tutorial system for paraphrasing and citing in English: A case study.
Computers & Education, 2013

Developing multi-dimensional evaluation criteria for English learning websites with university students and professors.
Computers & Education, 2011

Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology (Book Review).
Educational Technology & Society, 2010

A key step to understanding paradigm shifts in e-learning: towards context-aware ubiquitous learning.
BJET, 2010

Instructional design theories and models Volume III - Edited by Charles M Reigeluth & Alison A Carr-Chelman.
BJET, 2010

Media, learning, and sites of possibility - Edited by Marc Lamont Hill & Lalitha Vasudevan.
BJET, 2009

Improving learning, skills and inclusion - By Frank Coffield.
BJET, 2009

New learning environments for language learning - Edited by Jean E Conacher & Helen Kelly-Holmes.
BJET, 2009

Innovating research topics in learning technology: Where are the new blue oceans?
BJET, 2008

A taxonomy of Internet-based technologies integrated in language curricula.
BJET, 2007