CURRENT SCENARIO IN MOBILE LEARNING – HIGHER EDUCATION ____________________________ NADIAH BT HASSAN KHALID BIN MAT PARDI.
CURRENT SCENARIO IN
MOBILE LEARNING –
NADIAH BT HASSAN
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Satisfaction of Distance Learners towards Mobile Learning in USMIssham Ismail, ThenmolliGunasegaran, P. P. Koh & RozhanM.Idrus (2009)UniversitiSains Malaysia
2. Through the system the lecturer will send notes, important notice and remainder to the E-learning portal.
4. Most of the respondents were satisfied with ML which the item related to the study material, important notes and remainder. However, the respondents were not satisfied with the cost of communication with the tutor and other students in ML course.
Adoption of Mobile Learning Among Distance Education Students in USM.Issham Ismail, Rozhan M. Idrus, Azidah Abu Ziden and MunirahRosli (2009)UniversitiSains Malaysia
3. This system has helped the learners to pace their studies. By using mobile learning, learners easily get any information that they need at anytime anywhere.
4. The learners are also excited to take another mobile learning assisted course if the course is relevant with their learning need.
Mobile Learning via SMS at Open University Malaysia: Equitable, Effective, and Sustainable Tina Lim, MansorFadzil, and NorziatiMansorOpen University Malaysia
areas of support to their learners:
face-to-face sessions (Ericsson Global, n.d.; Viljoen, du Preez, & Cook, 2005; Kajumbula, 2006; Yousof, 2007; Keegan, Kismihok, Mileva, & Rekkedal, 2009);
Obtain learners’ mobile phone number from Registry database
Prepare .txt file
Key in SMS, set
delivery date and time
Process flow of one way SMS
Process flow of interactive SMS
Process flow of interactive SMS when
The Mobile Learning Readiness of the Post Graduate Students NorazahNordin, Mohamed AminEmbi, Ruhizan M Yasin, SaemahRahman and Melor Md. YunusUniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia
2. The students’ readiness towards the mobile learning approach in the teaching and learning process was investigated.
3. Based on the implementation, the students agreed that mobile phones had successfully enhanced the teaching and learning process. Mobile-learning activities are effective ways to motivate students and to enhance interaction.
4. The impact of the study is that mobile content should also be implement to other post-graduate courses.
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4. M-learning potentially moves learning outside classrooms and into students’ environments (both real and virtual) to promote critical thinking process.
5. It shows that students’ attitude toward the usefulness of a mobile learning system and creativity improved significantly.
Role of institutions of higher learning towards a knowledge-based community utilising mobile devicesRozhan M. Idrus & Issham Ismail (2010)
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University of Manchester, UK
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