Critical issues of m-learning: design models, adoption processes, and future trends

  title={Critical issues of m-learning: design models, adoption processes, and future trends},
  author={Mary Louise Crescente and Doris Lee},
  journal={Journal of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers},
  pages={111 - 123}
E-learning can be broadly defined as content designed for access through electronic communication, such as the Internet, intranets, digital versatile discs, and synchronous and asynchronous modules. M-learning carries the idea of e-learning a step further by adapting its content to handheld devices such as iPods (a digital audio and storage device from Apple Corporation), personal digital assistants, and smartphones. The main objective of m-learning is to provide the learner the ability to… 

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