A Mobile Learning Model for Universities -Re-blending the Current Learning Environment

  • Khaddage F
  • Lanham E
  • Zhou W
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The use of mobile technologies in education impacts learner motivation, collaboration, information sharing, mobility and interactivity which provide opportunities for learners, teachers and the university. This paper investigates the use of mobile learning technologies in higher education, and proposes a blended mobile learning model, which has the ability to serve the emerging learning process and delivery, and provide a well balanced learning environment that meets the current learners needs.




Khaddage, F., Lanham, E., & Zhou, W. (2009). A Mobile Learning Model for Universities -Re-blending the Current Learning Environment. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (IJIM), 3(0). https://doi.org/10.3991/ijim.v3s1.949

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