The Necessity and Relevance of Mobile Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning ( mCSCL ) : A Review

@inproceedings{Asabere2012TheNA,
  title={The Necessity and Relevance of Mobile Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning ( mCSCL ) : A Review},
  author={Nana Yaw Asabere},
  year={2012}
}
Mobile learning (M-Learning) is a new and current flexible learning landscape which involves the use of mobile devices such as Personal Digital Assistant (PDAs), Mobile Phones and Smartphones to learn at anytime and at any location. M-Learning is currently being adopted worldwide in both academia and industry. The inclusion of social/collaborative learning in mobile learning is of utmost and vital importance due to its benefits and contributing factors to education/learning efficiency and… CONTINUE READING

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