Leveraging the teamwork model for effective integration of interactive materials on mobile devices in visual media communication, innovation, and impact on society

  • Luis Ochoa Siguencia Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego im. Jerzego Kukuczki in Katowice
Keywords: ELENE project, interactive materials, mobile devices, TEAMWORK model


The issue of waste in printed materials can be effectively addressed by leveraging technology, especially mobile devices, in language learning initiatives. This research focuses on integrating interactive materials through the TEAMWORK model, with the ELENE project serving as a case study. The overarching goal is to assess how the TEAMWORK model can streamline planning and execution in mobile-assisted language learning endeavours. By evaluating effectiveness, identifying challenges and best practices, and offering practical recommendations, this study aims to improve language education outcomes through technology integration while reducing the environmental impact associated with traditional printed materials. The research methodology involves a thorough examination of integrating interactive materials on mobile devices using the TEAMWORK model, with a specific focus on the ELENE project. It commences with a comprehensive literature review and progresses to qualitative data collection through interviews and observations. The TEAMWORK model serves as a guiding framework for planning and execution, with data gathered through surveys and usage analytics. Analysis techniques are employed to evaluate the model’s impact on project outcomes and to derive practical recommendations for stakeholders, all aimed at enhancing language education practices and technology integration.
The research results highlight the effectiveness of integrating interactive materials on mobile devices using the TEAMWORK model, as evidenced by the ELENE project. Qualitative analysis revealed that the structured approach provided by the TEAMWORK model significantly improved planning and execution phases, leading to better project outcomes and increased learner engagement. Quantitative data further corroborated these findings, demonstrating measurable enhancements in language proficiency and user satisfaction. Challenges such as technical constraints and resource limitations were effectively managed through proactive risk mitigation strategies outlined by the model. Overall, the results underscore the value of the TEAMWORK model in optimizing mobile-assisted language learning initiatives and offer valuable insights for stakeholders involved in similar endeavours. The integration of interactive materials on mobile devices, guided by the TEAMWORK model within the ELENE project, has significantly improved language learning outcomes. Through structured planning and execution, the TEAMWORK model effectively enhanced project outcomes and increased learner engagement. Practical implications include actionable recommendations for stakeholders involved in similar projects, offering insights for maximizing the effectiveness of technology integration in language education.


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How to Cite
Siguencia, L. O. (2024). Leveraging the teamwork model for effective integration of interactive materials on mobile devices in visual media communication, innovation, and impact on society. Innovations in Publishing, Printing and Multimedia Technologies, 70-77. https://doi.org/10.59476/ilpmt2024.70-77