MES

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AcronymDefinition
MES2-(N-Morpholino)ethanesulfonic Acid
MESManufacturing Execution Systems
MESMetabolic Syndrome
MESMis En Scene (film terminology)
MESMechanical Engineering Services (various locations)
MESManagement and Engineering Services
MESMinistry of Emergency Situations (various locations)
MESMedical Equipment Service (various locations)
MESMonitoring and Evaluation System
MESMitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (Japan)
MESManaged Ethernet Switch
MESMinistère de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité (French: Department of Employment and Solidarity; various locations)
MESMatières En Suspension (French)
MESMiddle East Section (various organizations)
MESMedical Equipment Services (various locations)
MESMusical Ear Syndrome (auditory hallucinations)
MESMclaren Electronic System
MESMobile Education System
MESMacromedia Enterprise Server
MESMobile Enterprise Server
MESMcat Enabled Server
MESManagement Elements
MESManaged Ethernet Service
MESMobile Enterprise Suite
MESManufacturing Execution System
MESMiscellaneous Equipment Specification
MESMessage System
MESMicrosoft Exchange Server
MESMazda Europe Service
MESMicro Engineering Solutions
MESManufacturing Extension Systems
MESMaster in European Studies (various schools)
MESMark E. Smith (UK musician)
MESMarkets for Ecosystem Services (environmental approach)
MESMagnolia Elementary School (various locations)
MESMinimum Efficient Scale (economics)
MESMcMaster Engineering Society (McMaster University; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
MESMultibeam Echo Sounder (oceanography)
MESMicrosoft Enterprise Services (software)
MESMaster of Environmental Studies (degree)
MESMain English Speaking (Australia)
MESMethanesulfonic Acid
MESMobile Earth Station (INMARSAT)
MESMicroembolic Signals (transcranial doppler monitoring)
MESMilitary Engineering Services
MESMarconi Electronic Systems
MESMuslim Educational Society
MESMaximal Electroshock Seizure (test)
MESMeeting and Event Services (various organizations)
MESMedical Ethics Society (various organizations)
MESMarine Evacuation System
MESMalheur Experiment Station (Oregon State University)
MESMedical Education Summit
MESMinistério do Equipamento Social (Portuguese Ministry for the Social Equipment)
MESMicrosoft Exchange System
MESMedical Equipment Sets
MESMaster of Environmental Science (degree)
MESMain Engine Start
MESMobile End System
MESManual Encoding Station (baggage)
MESMcMaster Economics Society (McMaster University; Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
MESMaster Earth Station
MESMiniature Edison Screw (type of cap on electric bulb)
MESMedia, Entertainment and Sports Club (various universities)
MESMedan, Indonesia - Polonia (Airport Code)
MESMoney Ethic Scale
MESMuseum of Earth Sciences (various locations)
MESMultimedia Emergency Session
MESMarketable Equity Securities
MESMetro Ethernet Services
MESMississippi Engineering Society
MESMechanical Engineering Solutions (various locations)
MESMalaysian Endodontic Society
MESMesquite Elementary School (various locations)
MESMitered End Section
MESMiscellaneous Equipment Specifications
MESMaintenance Engineering System
MESMine Effects Simulator
MESMossbauer Emission Spectroscopy
MESMinister for Environment and Science
MESManawatu Evening Standard (New Zealand newspaper)
MESMagnetischer Eigenschutz (German; magnetic self-protection; degaussing device)
MESMedical Expense Statement
MESMeasurement Evaluation System (semiconductors)
MESMinimum Efficient Firm Size
MESMedium-Energy Source
MESMission Electronic System
MESManagement Engineering Squadron
MESMaple Equipment Specialists
MESMicrofilm Exposure System
MESMechanical Event Simulator
MESMessage Entry System
MESMissing Entire Statement (software fault)
MESMultilateral Education System
MESMilitary Essentiality Status
MESMines Effects Simulation
MESMedium Errored Second (31-320 errors/second)
MESMotor End Support
MESMetro Edge Switch
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As discussed, it overcomes the constraints of distance, time and cost experienced in traditional campus-based learning by providing the advantages of a mobile education system and apps that connects students, faculty and practitioners everywhere.
Xcode was awarded the $30,000 grant to deliver their out-of-the-box innovation "health signals", a mobile education system to develop TB medication adherence connecting peer educators and caregivers from local communities with TB patients.
Xcode's mobile education system is being executed in association with The Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), the state-run tuberculosis control initiative of the Indian government.
For example, Lehner & Nosekabel (2002) defined it as "any service or facility that supplies a learner with general electronic information and educational content that aids in acquisition of knowledge regardless of location and time." Vavoula and Sharples (2002) indicated "three ways in which learning can be considered mobile: learning is mobile in terms of space; it is mobile in different areas of life; it is mobile with respect to time." From these definitions, a mobile education system should be capable of delivering education content anytime and anywhere the learners need it.
All the participants were initially asked to go through the prototype mobile education system. After getting familiar with the prototype, they were given a questionnaire to fill in.
In terms of convenience to the users, 80% of all the participants agree or strongly agree that the prototype mobile education system can bring more convenience to the users.
* the functionality of the mobile education system is not as good as the desktop system, so it will not bring more convenience; and
* books should be renewed with mobile education system;
Both the learners and the teachers will benefit from the mobile education system for convenient and instant access to education resources.
Will you consider using a Mobile Education System through mobile devices and wireless networks?
mobile phone, PDA) currently, will you be willing to buy a mobile device in order to use a Mobile Education System? 1.
More complex mobile applications, such as telemedicine, interactive gaming and mobile education systems, won't be realistically available until carriers begin launching more of their 4G network offerings next decade.
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