m-Learning and its benefits

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m-Learning and its benefits

  1. 1. Photo by: Algogenius By: Noushan Farooqi
  2. 2. Photo by: mkhmarketing
  3. 3. -Clark Quinn Photo by: LandoCol
  4. 4. Photo by: Calsidyrose
  5. 5. Photo by: Sean MacEntee
  6. 6. Photo by: Guian Bolisay
  7. 7. Photo by: James Whatley
  8. 8. Photo by: Jonathon Colman
  9. 9. E-learning lets you fail WITHOUT FEAR; hence encouraging exploration and testing of ideas Photo by: Fabrice Helmbacher
  10. 10. Photo by: Alexey Kljatov
  11. 11. -Terry Heick Photo by: Yohann Aberkane
  12. 12. Photo by: Ian Guest
  13. 13. Photo by: Renato Targa
  14. 14. “ONLINE LEARNING CAN BE A LIFELINE TO THOSE WHO HAVE OBSTACLES SUCH AS GEOGRAPHICAL DISTANCES OR PHYSICAL DISABILITIES” -Paul Levinson Photo by: Melisande
  15. 15. Photo by: fdecomite
  16. 16. Photo by: Gioia De Antoniis
  17. 17. Photo by: penguincakes
  18. 18. Photo by: Matteo Parrini
  19. 19. Photo by: Joshua Gardner
  20. 20. Photo by: mkhmarketing
  21. 21. “ .” – Sal Khan (Founder of KHAN ACAEMY) -Bill Gates Photo by: Steve Jurvetson
  22. 22. SOURCES • https://www.khanacademy.org/talks-and-interviews/key-media- pieces/v/salman-khan-talk-at-ted-2011--from-ted-com • http://insights.elearningnetwork.org/?p=507 • http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/why-e-learning-is-so- effective/ • http://www.teachthought.com/technology/12-principles-of-mobile- learning/ All images are from Flickr and have been used under the Creative Commons license.

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