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MOBILE LEARNING USING SMS : A MOBILE BUSINESS APPLICATION

@inproceedings{Petrova2004MOBILELU,
  title={MOBILE LEARNING USING SMS : A MOBILE BUSINESS APPLICATION},
  author={Krassie Petrova},
  year={2004}
}
Flexible eLearning strongly relies on student access to personal computers both on campus and from outside. Today the predominant mode of eLearning is "online"Web browsing using a personal computer. It is already predicted that in the near future the number of mobile communication devices (such as mobile phones and handheld computers) will exceed the number of personal computers. Mobility and context-aware services can be used successfully in the educational environment and researchers in the… Expand

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