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Arokiasamy Anantha Raj A. (Xiamen University Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia)
A Systematic Review Approach of Mobile Technology Adoption in Higher Education
Economics, Management and Sustainability, 2017, vol. 2, nr 2, s. 48-55, bibliogr. 41 poz.
Szkolnictwo wyższe, Kształcenie, Technologie mobilne
Higher education, Learning, Mobile technologies
JEL Classification: A22, D83, I23
Many educators agree that mobile technology has great potential not only to improve our educational practices but also to change traditional learning platforms and classroom learning environments. There are also many advantages to integrating mobile technology into the 21st century classrooms to support teaching and learning. Mobile technology tools such as iPads, iPad mini, mobile applications, tablets, palm devices, e-readers and smartphones are becoming real-world tools that should be integrated into modern instructional practices to support digital learners and to promote meaningful learning. Educators are harnessing mobile devices within and beyond the classroom due to the flexibility, portability, affordability and popularity of those devices. This study explores the effectiveness of mobile technology adoption within 21st century classrooms processes and outcomes. (original abstract)
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