compares mobile-learning with electronic learning (e-learning)studies into four types - Of interest to instructional designers of open and distance learning to learn about the concepts of mobile learning and how mobile technologies can be incorporated into their teaching and learning more effectivel of mobile learning
mLearning Exploration EDTEC700
EDTEC700Mobile-Ready Learning Environments
Defining Mobile Learning Clark Quinn, professor, author, defined mobile learning as the intersection of mobile computing (the application of small, portable, and wireless computing and communication devices) and e- learning (learning facilitated and supported through the use of information and communications technology)
What’s a Learning Environment The physical or virtual setting in which learning takes place
People - In The Know ~ mobile learning is less about the technology than about the experiences it can mediate. Devices don’t deliver learning; that’s constructed by the learner. Instead, mobile devices are conduits for stimulating curiosity and active learning.