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Exploring students' mobile learning practices in higher education

Posted on 09 Oct 2013 with 0 comments
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In this Educause study, data was collected about ownership of mobile devices among students using a diverse sample from a large university. Students’ learning practices with mobile technologies and focused on the interactions among technologies, contents, and pedagogies were explored. The results indicate that learners need more access to academic-friendly devices, such as tablets, and additional support to integrate mobile technologies for learning. The findings also help clarify future directions of faculty development.


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