A Theory of Learning for the Mobile Age

@inproceedings{Sharples2007ATO,
  title={A Theory of Learning for the Mobile Age},
  author={Mike Sharples and Josie Taylor and Giasemi N. Vavoula},
  year={2007}
}
Most adults and adolescents in developed countries now own mobile phones and media devices, and for many people in developing countries a mobile phone can offer the only means of sending long distance messages. In a parallel development to the spread of personal technology, since the early 1980s schools, colleges and universities have experimented with handheld technology for learning, including classroom response systems, data probes, and handheld writing tools. Universities allow students to… CONTINUE READING

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