Mobile learning, or mlearning, has become an umbrella, catch-all term for just about anything related to teaching and learning with mobile technologies. However, using the term dilutes the meaning, and it fails to recognize the inherent pedagogical stances that individuals are implementing. The purpose of this paper is to examination the definitions of mobile learning, identify their inadequacies, and propose components for a mobile learning environment with questions to consider for research and instructional design. Dr Michael M. Grant, PhD
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