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Towards Mobile University Campuses
COMMUNICATION AND COGNITION (2007)
  • Rositsa Doneva, University of Plovdiv
Abstract
The introduction of the term mobile leaning (m-learning) reflects the tendency to provide more accessible and flexible education services using the newest achievements of mobile technologies. The paper presents research and experimental work in the field of m-learning, conducted in the University of Plovdiv. Possibilities to introduce m-learning for university students are presented and perspective tendencies for research in the fields are discussed.
Keywords
  • Mobile Learning,
  • e-Learning Environment,
  • Mobile Campus,
  • ASP.NET Mobile Designer
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Publication Date
2007
Citation Information
Abu-Al-Aish, Ahmad. "Toward mobile learning deployment in higher education." School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics, PhD Thesis, Brunel University, 2014. Miskon S., W. Bandara, E. Fielt, G. Gable, Understanding Shared Services: An Exploration of the IS Literature, Proc. Of the 20th Australian Conference of Information Systems, 2-4 Dec. 2009, Melbourne, 379 – 384.
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