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Augmenting Large-enrollment Instruction with Mobile Learning
|Title:||Augmenting Large-enrollment Instruction with Mobile Learning|
|Author Affiliation:||Michael-Brian Ogawa - University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||In many higher education institutions, mobile devices, such as cellular phones and media players, are ubiquitous in students’ lives (Lenhart & Madden, 2007). Therefore, practitioners can leverage mobile devices for learning. The purpose of this study was to determine the amount of students that study on mobile devices in a large-enrollment introductory course, their preferences, and the most effective methods to deliver course content to mobile devices. The researcher found that a majority of students did not study mobile learning content on mobile platforms. However, students that utilized mobile devices to augment their studies preferred mobile learning to utilize downtime and their current resources. The researcher also discussed design implications for the development of mobile learning content.|
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TCC 2010 Proceedings|
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