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Title Promoting active learning through the integration of mobile and ubiquitous technologies / Jared Keengwe, editor
Imprint Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pa., 17033, USA) : IGI Global, [2015]
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Note Includes bibliographical references
The benefits and challenges of mobile and ubiquitous technology in education / Victoria M. Cardullo, Vassiliki "Vicky" I. Zygouris-Coe, Nance S. Wilson -- Benefits and challenges of mobile learning in education / Abha Vishwakarma -- Mobile devices in higher education classrooms: challenges and opportunities / Ieda M. Santos -- The benefits and challenges of mobile technologies in education: a perspective for Sub-Saharan Africa / Julius Sonko -- Preparing educators for development of innovative teaching using mobile technology / Deborah Watlington, Renee Murley, Annette Cornelius, Torre Kelley -- Implications of mobile devices in a bachelor of education program / Norman Vaughan, Kimberley Lawrence -- Active learning, mentoring, and mobile technology: meeting needs across levels in one place / Dianna L. Newman, Jessica M. Lamendola, Meghan Morris Deyoe, Kenneth A. Connor -- Mobile learning: effective strategies for K-12 learning environments / Esther Ntuli, Sylvia Suh -- Effectiveness of using mobile technologies in teaching and learning / Olalere Mudasiru Yusuf, Bolanle Idayat Lawal, Mary Bose Oyewusi -- Quality enhancement for mobile learning in higher education / Ebba Ossiannilsson -- The laptop, the tablet, and the smartphone attend lectures / Hagit Meishar Tal, Gila Kurtz -- Mobile technology and learner autonomy in language learning / Zineb Djoub -- Mobile technologies: changing the face of education from social networking to e-learning / Belinha S. De Abreu -- Information literacy and lifelong learning: a review of literature / Tella Adeyinka -- Ambient learning conceptual framework for bridging digital divide in higher education / Simon Nyaga Mwendia, Peter Waiganjo Wagacha, Robert Oboko
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"This book showcases the widely varied ways that technology can be applied to enhance classroom learning, closely examining and critiquing the best methods in assimilating technologies for faculty, teachers, administrators, technology staff, directors of learning centers, and other education technology leaders interested in incorporating new technologies within the classroom for engaging student learning"--Provided by publisher
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
Link (Original) (DLC)2014021059
Print version: 146666343X 9781466663435 (DLC) 2014021059
Subject Educational technology
Mobile communication systems in education
Classroom learning
Education technology
Information technology
Innovative teaching approaches
Mobile applications
Mobile technology
Student learning
Virtual learning environments
Alt Author Keengwe, Jared, 1973- editor
IGI Global, publisher
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