Mobile phone learning
Mobile Phone Learning is a course taught by Nabeel Ahmad and Dominic Mentor that explores how to use mobile phones for learning.
According to Mentor and Ahmad, the ways in which students from various disciplines learned to apply the information provided was a testament "to the rapidly increasing interest among students from different disciplines in using a ubiquitous technology for anything they can imagine."
The true value of incorporating mobile phones in a learning environment, as stated in the team's recent article at Educause, is that anyone can use the same device in a different way for educational benefit.
Read the article here and gain access to the syllalbus here.
How is mobile techology impacting associations and how can your association take advantage of this ubiquitous technology to advance education? These are just some of the questions we'll be discussing at digitalNow 2011, where experts in mobile, education, behavior economics and more will be providing you the tools and information you need to bring help your organization take advantage of the Mobile revolution.
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