Supporting Mobile Learning with WhatsApp based on Media Richness

@inproceedings{Boyinbode2017SupportingML,
  title={Supporting Mobile Learning with WhatsApp based on Media Richness},
  author={Olutayo Kehinde Boyinbode and Oluwatoyin C. Agbonifo and Aderonke Ogundare},
  year={2017}
}
With the proliferation of mobile devices, mobile learning has become a learning paradigm in education. [...] Key Result This study suggests that developers and designers of an m-learning environment could adopt WhatsApp as a suitable information delivery medium to support corresponding learning activities in a mobile learning environment.Expand
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