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The impact of learners' characteristics on m-learning preferences, and how m-learning preferences form choices in different contexts

Al Ismail, Mazen Ibrahim I


Students adopt different strategies, show a range of preferences, and make individual choices as they learn to learn effectively and efficiently. Facilitating students to customise their own preferred techniques will maximise students’ learning. Mobile devices allow learning to occur anywhere and at any time. However, the nature of mobile devices, such as the need to access a digital format on devices with small screens, influence students’...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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