Students Acceptance of Mobile Learning for Higher Education in Saudi Arabia

  title={Students Acceptance of Mobile Learning for Higher Education in Saudi Arabia},
  author={Ayman Bassam Nassuora and Prince Sultan},
  • Ayman Bassam Nassuora, Prince Sultan
  • Published 2012
Mobile learning is the next step in the development of distance learning. Widespread access to mobile devices and the opportunity to learn regardless of time and place make the mobile learning an important tool for lifelong learning. The research objectives are to examine the possibility of acceptance in mobile learning (mLearning) and study main factors that affect using mLearning that focus on higher education students in Saudi Arabia. The researcher used a quantitative approach survey of 80… CONTINUE READING
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