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Benchmarking sustainable urban mobility: The case of Curitiba, Brazil
(ELSEVIER SCI LTDOXFORD, 2012)
Transportation planning is currently being confronted with a broader planning view, which is given by the concept of mobility. The Index of Sustainable Urban Mobility (I_SUM) is among the tools developed for supporting ...
Mobile Sensemaking: Exploring Proximity and Mobile Applications in the Classroom
We propose mobile sensemaking as a collaborative mechanism to explore and understand information in highly mobile and fluid situations, where people engage in multiple parallel, rapid and ad-hoc interactions, rather than ...
Android based mobile environment for moodle users
This paper is about the development of a platform that eases, throughout Android based mobile devices, mobility of users of virtual courses at Technological University of Panama. The platform deploys computational techniques ...
Recent findings on intergenerational income and educational mobility in Chile
(Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2007)
This paper provides new evidence on intergenerational mobility in Chile. Income mobility elasticities for Chile are the range of 0.52 to 0.67, which stand as fairly high in comparison with the international evidence. ...
The T-Mobile Dance
Marshalling meaningful mobility: Readiness opinions and experiences of mobile learning (ML) at a School of Education [PowerPoint presentation]
Higher educational institutions are transitioning from a predominantly traditional mode of educating to more flexible approaches. Mobile education is being pursued as a viably effective option. Even in the face of educational ...
Multiple views of sustainable urban mobility: The case of Brazil
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2008)
The aim of this work is to identify key factors of a sustainable urban mobility concept in a particular context. A multiple criteria decision analysis method was developed to identify the main variables associated to the ...
Mobility-as-a-service platform: a study of urban mobility in São Paulo
The concept of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) recently emerged with the rise of new mobility solutions and the increasing need for multimodality in cities. The existing literature on MaaS schemes focuses on cities in developed ...