Mobile Learning Transforming Education & Training

Ms. Sneha H. Pisey, Prof. P. L. Ramteke, Prof. B. R. Burghate

Abstract


With the great development in technology, there is always the danger that the equilibrium between technology and learning is disturbed. This paper aims to look at m-learning from an educational perspective. The context of this perspective is higher and lifelong education in a developing country. Mobile learning as a concept has come about through the availability of mobile technologies. A major benefit of using wireless mobile technology is to reach people who live in remote locations where there are no schools, teachers, or libraries. Mobile technology can be used to deliver instruction and information to these remote regions without having people leave their geographic areas. This will benefit communities in such places since students and workers will not have to leave their families and jobs to go to a different location to learn or to access information.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v3i3.1240

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