The future of m-learning is under debate

July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p10
Trade Publication
The potential of m-learning is currently constrained by the limitations of mobile devices, but these will soon have larger screens. It will not be long before they can be linked to learning management systems, which would increase their usefulness as part of a wider training strategy. Some delegates in the forum felt they would use m-learning if it were widely available, others were not sure.


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