Mobile Learning: A Handbook For Educators and Trainers by John TraxlerMobile Learning: A Handbook For Educators and Trainers by John Traxler

Mobile Learning: A Handbook For Educators and Trainers

EditorJohn Traxler, Agnes Kukulska-hulme

Paperback | October 27, 2005

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Emphasising the issues of usability, accessibility, evaluation and effectiveness and illustrated by case studies drawn from contemporary projects from around the world, this book considers:

  • the fundamentals of mobile technologies and devices
  • the educational foundations of modern networked learning
  • the issues that underpin mobile learning and make it accessible for all users
  • the challenges of making mobile learning a substantial and sustainable component in colleges, universities and corporations
  • implications and issues for the future.

Mobile Learning provides useful, authoritative and comprehensive guidance for professionals in higher and further education and trainers in the business sector who want to find out about the opportunities offered by new technologies to deliver, support and enhance teaching, learning and training.

Title:Mobile Learning: A Handbook For Educators and TrainersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:228 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.6 inPublished:October 27, 2005Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415357403

ISBN - 13:9780415357401

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Editorial Reviews

' This book can be recommended to educators and trainers developing or using mobile learning. Most of the materials in the contextual chapters (and useful glossary) will endure, and the case studies provide a useful and interesting snapshot of some of the projects undertaken by mobile learning pioneers and early adopters. Whilst the technologies used in future mobile learning initiatives may differ from those used in the projects reported in the book, some of the issues faced may be similar, particularly those relating to human and organisational factors, and it is helpful that we can learn from the experiences of others.' - ESCalate, Higher Education Academy