Students bring 2-3 devices to class, 100% of 18-29 year olds own a cellphone and 94% own a smartphone (PEW Research Center, 2018), reflecting ubiquitous mobile device ownership among university-aged students across the U.S. Due to the surge of personal devices, campus infrastructure is increasing capacity to rapidly meet demands for wireless access, and instructors are using mobile learning to push classroom boundaries within and beyond the campus environment. This brief showcases innovative uses of mobile learning uncovered through a cross-campus study at four campuses. Our findings have implications for administrative, funding, information technology, and curricular decisions on individual campuses, and across university systems.
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Rockey, Alex; Eastman, Samantha; Colin, Mindy; and Merrill, Margaret
"Spotlighting Innovative Use Cases of Mobile Learning,"
The Emerging Learning Design Journal: Vol. 6
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.montclair.edu/eldj/vol6/iss1/3