Presentation for the VII International Seminar of the UOC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning: Mobile Technologies for Learning & Development.
The steady increase in the number of mobile devices nowadays, particularly among younger people, leads to the emergence of new paradigms in several areas of activity including education. As an example of a new paradigm in the teaching / learning we could refer the m-learning (mobile learning) that, just as technology, has continued and evolved into the Blended Mobile Learning (BML) model. In this presentation we will talk about a BML context oriented model that relies on the use of open source software for the LMS, mLMS and a tool related to the programming environment. The learning context is a relevant aspect of the model by the technical and economic constraints that BML involves.