The future is here: m-learning in higher education

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Authors: Giousmpasoglou, C. and Marinakou, E.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/26690/

Journal: Proceedings - 2013 4th International Conference on e-Learning Best Practices in Management, Design and Development of e-Courses: Standards of Excellence and Creativity, ECONF 2013

Pages: 417-420

ISBN: 9780769550367

DOI: 10.1109/ECONF.2013.35

The way we learn has changed dramatically in the new millennium. The introduction of e-learning in higher education in the late 1990s has opened Pandora's Box, and brought radical changes in the way undergraduate and postgraduate programs are designed and delivered. The rapid developments and popularity of handheld devices such as smart phones and tablet PCs using wireless networks and mobile internet have marked new developments in higher education, introducing the so-called mobile learning (m-learning). This means that university students can have access to their studies related content, anytime, anywhere in a personalised manner, this is what renders m-learning so popular and fashionable among university students globally. Nevertheless, instructors are now challenged as they have to adopt new pedagogies in learning and teaching. This paper discusses the concept of m-learning, as well as the current developments and challenges related to the major stakeholders (educators and students) in higher education. © 2013 IEEE.

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Authors: Giousmpasoglou, C., Marinakou, E. and IEEE

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/26690/

Journal: 2013 FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON E-LEARNING "BEST PRACTICES IN MANAGEMENT, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF E-COURSES: STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE AND CREATIVITY

Pages: 417-420

DOI: 10.1109/ECONF.2013.35

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