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It's mobile, but is it learning?
Education technology solutions
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond University
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Kinash, S. (2011). It's mobile, but is it learning? Education technology solutions, 45, 56-58.

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Mobile learning is defined as a portable process of teaching and study using internet-connected devices such as laptops, tablets and smart phones. The two defining features of mobile learning are represented in the words of the term. Mobile learning unleashes educational technology from the computer and the LCD projector on the teacher’s desk and allows students of all levels to have their resources available at all times whether at home or school. The second feature is that the devices are put to use for educational purposes.
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Shelley Kinash. "It's mobile, but is it learning?" Education technology solutions Vol. 45 (2011) p. 56 - 58
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