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New technologies, new pedagogies: Mobile learning in higher education

New technologies, new pedagogies: Mobile learning in higher education
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Publisher: University of Wollongong
ISBN-13: 9781741281699
Number of pages: 138

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The purpose of this e-book is to explore the use of mobile devices in learning in higher education, and to provide examples of good pedagogy. We are sure that the rich variety of examples of mobile learning found in this book will provide the reader with the inspiration to teach their own subjects and courses in ways that employ mobile devices in authentic and creative ways.

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