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(8), 1095-1104. 33. Ma, W. W., Andersson, R. R., & Streith, K. O. (2005). Examining user acceptance of computer technology: An empirical study of student teachers. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 21(6), 387-395. 34. Menzi, N., Önal, N., & Çalışkan, E. (2012). Investigating educational researchers’ views of using mobile technologies for educational purposes based on technology acceptance model. Ege Journal of Education, 13(1), 40-55. 35. Mun, Y. Y., & Hwang, Y. (2003). Predicting the use of web-based information systems: selfefficacy, enjoyment, learning goal

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The article presents results of a qualitative research conducted among 83 respondents (28 teachers and 55 students) from four European countries, using tablets for work at school. The aim of the research was to investigate the scope of mobile technology usage in teaching and its usefulness in supporting the educational process based on the experiences of teachers and students. The individual interviews and focus group interviews present a picture of teachers and students who realistically assess the advantages and disadvantages of tablets and who now redefine their role in the educational process as a result of their exposure to the pedagogic use of mobile devices

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The purpose of this paper is to make conceptual analysis support of the travelling of people with disabilities by using mobile technologies. Based on the conducted qualitative research, an analysis of the requirements for LBSs (local based services) to support the safe travel of people with health disabilities in the context of price and energy consumption optimization has been done. It was accompanied by the conceptual analysis of the use of the LBS to support the safe travel for people with disabilities in both individual and collective tourism. The concept of the application, which will fulfil all discussed requirements, was created. It is based on the analysis of the requirements for safe travel of disabled persons, analysis of available mobile technologies, and analysis of dynamic health assessment options by using neural networks. The presented concept includes the key components of a solution: procedures for reactive and preventive care and individualization of the system settings according to the specific needs.

(na) rowerzystów. Portal Rowerowy Wrocław, http://www.rowerowy.wroclaw.pl/index_aktualnosci.php5?dzial=4&kat=9&art=370&limit=24, 16.05.2006, [6] K. Strzecha, T. Koszmider, K. St˛epie´n, Mobile Technologies Based Distributed System for the Improvement of the Current Situation of Cyclists Moving within the Lodz Agglomeration, 7th IEEE International Conference MEMSTECH’2012, Polyana, Ukraina, 2012 [7] System Ewidencji Wypadków i Kolizji, http:// www.rowerowy.bialystok.pl/sewik/

). Criterion-validity of commercially available physical activity tracker to estimate step count, covered distance and energy expenditure during sports conditions. Frontiers in physiology , 8 , 725. Wang, J. B., Cataldo, J. K., Ayala, G. X., Natarajan, L., Cadmus-Bertram, L. A., White, M. M., Madanat, H., Nichols, J. F., & Pierce, J. P. (2016). Mobile and wearable device features that matter in promoting physical activity. Journal of mobile technology in medicine , 5 (2), 2-11. Warraich, M. U. (2016). Wellness routines with wearable activity trackers: A systematic

.portalspozywczy.pl/handel/wiadomosci/startuje-pierwszy-wpolsce-wirtualny-sklep,78352.html (date accessed: 30.11.2012). 20. Prigg M. (2012), Online Shopping Goes Virtual With a Perfect Recreation of a Supermarket (And You Never Need to Leave the Sofa to Walk Through It) , http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2205408/Onlineshopping-goes-virtual-perfect-recreation-supermarket-walk-leavingsofa.html?ito=feeds-newsxml (date accessed: 03.04.2013). 21. Ruhi U., Turel O. (2005), Driving Visibility, Velocity and Versatility: The Role of Mobile Technologies in Supply Chain Management , Journal of Internet Commerce, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 95-117. 22

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Usage of mobile technology will help the flying personnel to coordinate and implement assigned tasks. Due to usage of smartphone, equipped with appropriate application, user will have the ability to track all task and recommendations with are automatically generated by the system. This type of solution will eliminate prophylaxis and training failings and positively affect the ability to flight of aviation personnel. Furthermore presented tool is also a mobile source of knowledge, data base containing: bulletins, information about aviation events, etc. The paper is a characteristic of the mobile application designated to supervise preventive and training duties of flying personnel, it presents operation algorithm, mathematical model and describes the purpose of the application.

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This article elaborates an existence of a positive effect of the use of mobile technologies by managers, according to their competences, on the efficiency of explicit knowledge transfer in a manufacturing company. It focuses on the set of the competences of managers, who use the mobile technologies in manufacturing companies and is based on a survey and data obtained from 119 Polish manufacturing enterprises. This article develops a framework of how managers can determinate the knowledge transfer in a manufacturing company and further discusses the research results.

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Purpose: This paper examines the consumers′ acceptance and usage of technology, which is an important and widely discussed topic. The aim is to explore the impact of moderators (gender, age, experience in using mobile Internet technologies) and trust towards one’s intention to use a mobile phone for purchases (to acquire goods). Methodology: Empirical research was conducted among Warsaw students with the use of the UTAUT2 model (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology), extended so as to encompass the concept of trust. Data was analysed using partial least squares path modelling (PLS-SEM) and the SmartPLS 3 programme. The multi-group analysis was employed (PLS-MGA) to measure the impact of moderating variables. Findings: Research results indicate that trust has no significant impact on one’s intention to use a mobile phone for purchases. Gender is an important moderator of the relationship between the independent variable of price value and the independent variable of habit with the dependent variable of the intention to use a mobile phone for purchases. Age is an important moderator in the relationship between the independent variable of hedonic motivation and the independent variable of habit with the dependent variable of the intention to use a mobile phone for purchases. Experience is not an important moderator of any relationship specified in the hypotheses.

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