Mobile Learning -Cyberlaw Course, the Application Development and Students Perceptions
Mobile learning concept are growing rapidly and has brought many significant convenience to the user as it is using ubiquitous devices which follow the latest trend. But in some cases, the mobile learning application is built without serious consideration in security aspect especially related to integrity and privacy of data. This paper discussed the development of online content using the mobile application concept and the acceptance of students on this new way for teaching and learning. MyCyberLaw is a mobile learning application for learning Cyber Law course. My-CyberLaw is developed to help lecturers to deliver learning module to the students. It also allow students to easily access the learning content anywhere and anytime. There are sections for lecturer sharing notes, assignments, send messages and upload student's grade. Student can view all content that have been shared by lecturer. This application is open to be downloaded and used by students. Majority of them appreciated this learning tool and would like to see more courses offered in mobile application version. MyCyberLaw is an innovation for secured mobile learning application, as well set as example of Internet of things in Education sectors. // Paper ID 562
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