Last week, I described mobile devices as multitasking tools that enable users to seamlessly collaborate and communicate with others, to consume and create content, and to research and manage information.These learning activities help the new generation of connected learners make sense of the world around them as they navigate and apply knowledge on the go. As mobile devices provide a personal interactive experience with content in a new and appropriate context of use, it is important to consider the following matters when designing anytime, anywhere learning experiences.
Does mobile learning have any effect on how motivated students are to learn? What have studies and research found out about the relationship between m-learning and student motivation? (Interesting thoughts for #mobilegov!
The only thing better than Blogging is the comments one gets below a post. Comments I believe is the real killer app of Blogs and some times comments are so ... (RT @rjacquez: newPost: Is eLearning on Tablets really Mobile Learning?
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