A study of mobile learning as part of everyday learning

Vavoula, Giasemi; O'Malley, Claire and Taylor, Josie (2005). A study of mobile learning as part of everyday learning. In: Attewell, Jill and Savill-Smith, Carol eds. Mobile Learning Anytime Everywhere: a Book of Papers from MLEARN 2004. London: Learning and Skills Development Agency, pp. 211–212.

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Abstract

Mobile learning as a concept has come about through the availability of mobile technologies. A number of questions about the phenomenon of mobile learning are raised: how does mobile learning integrate with other learning activities? When in the day does it happen and where? What does it relate to? What portion of everyday learning does it constitute? This paper outlines the first stages of an investigation aimed at addressing these questions through a study of everyday learning episodes

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