This book can be recommended to educators and trainers developing or using mobile learning most of the materials in the contextual chapters and useful glossary will endure and the case studies provide a useful and interesting snapshot of some of the projects undertaken by mobile learning pioneers and early adopters. An edited book with a dozen international case studies exploring the field of mobile learning ie the use of portable devices such as cellphones and personal digital assistants pdas for learning in a range of different contexts the book includes chapters on pedagogy technology usability and accessibility the conclusions point to new research directions in this emerging field. Mobile learningprovides useful authoritative and comprehensive guidance for professionals in higher and further education and trainers in the business sector who want to find out about the opportunities offered by new technologies to deliver support and enhance teaching learning and training earning and training. A handbook for developers educators and learners from mobile learning a handbook for developers educators and learners by scott mcquiggan lucy kosturko jamie mcquiggan and jennifer sabourin changing education with mobile learning 3 ignoring mobile learning because of potential distraction or misuse. Book review mobile learning a handbook for educators and trainers the use of mobile phone particularly the use of short messaging services sms has been described in chapter 7 by mike levy and claire kennedy to demonstrate how they were engaged with students over a seven week period to teach italian literature and society in italian
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