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Mobile Learning by Maria Uther (ed.)

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Mobile Learning
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038976615
Number of pages: 88

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Why would we use mobiledevices for learning? Do mobile devices help or hinder learning? How do we evaluate mobilelearning? The evolution of new technologies has certainly influenced the way that we can answerthese questions, and these papers provide useful commentary on the current state of play.

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