Priorities and Needs in Mobile Learning Technologies for Distance Education : A Delphi Study

@inproceedings{Kurubacak2008PrioritiesAN,
  title={Priorities and Needs in Mobile Learning Technologies for Distance Education : A Delphi Study},
  author={Gulsun Kurubacak},
  year={2008}
}
The main purpose of this study was to identify, categorize and rank the future research priorities and needs for mobile learning technologies. The key research inquiries were the following: (a) What are the major research issues and challenges identified by online workers for mobile learning technologies over the next ten years?, (b) What are the major research categories identified by online workers for mobile learning technologies over the next ten years?,(c) What are the major research… CONTINUE READING

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