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Title of Article Improving Undergrad Students’ Practical Work and Perception in Complex Science Experiments with a Semi-Automated Image Processing Mobile Application 
Date of Acceptance 31 May 2018 
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     Title of Journal International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation 
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     Institute of Journal Inderscience 
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     Volume 2018 
     Issue 13 
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     Year of Publication 2018 
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     Abstract Certain scientific education experiments require calculation and analysis, which take multiple steps and a large amount of time. It would be more effective in science lab learning if we could apply a mobile device technology to help students deal with complicated steps in the scientific analysis. SDS-PAGE is a basic protein analysis for several applications, such as disease markers or drug targets in medicine. SDS-PAGE users have to calculate the protein molecular weight before performing a further step, but the traditional approach consists of several complex steps, such as taking a logarithm of every single molecular weight of standard markers. This article implemented and evaluated a novel method for calculating the protein molecular weight on SDS-PAGE using a mobile app and applied it to a science lab experiment to support learning from anywhere at any time. The experimental results showed that the average protein molecular weight calculation time of the mobile app approach was significantly lower than the traditional approach. In addition, based on the perception questionnaire, it was found that the protein learning time was reduced and user satisfaction was increased. 
     Keyword Mobile Learning, Ubiquitous Learning, Science Experiments, Electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE Gel Analysis 
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565040083-2 Mr. JAKKRIT JUNRAT [Main Author]
Engineering Master's Degree

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