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Mobile Media Learning by Seann Dikkers et al.

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Mobile Media Learning
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Publisher: ETC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1312981253
Number of pages: 271

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Mobile Media Learning shares innovative uses of mobile technology for learning in a variety of settings. From camps to classrooms, parks to playgrounds, libraries to landmarks, Mobile Media Learning shows that exciting learning can happen anywhere educators can imagine.

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