Making Mobile Learning Highly Viable in Contexts with no Connectivity or Grid Power: A Recent Implementation
Workshop presentation by Dr. Venkataraman Balaji (Commonwealth of Learning), Dr. Mohamed Ally (Athabasca University), Vanita Shinde (Mann Deshi Foundation), and Mose Mose (National University of Samoa) for Mobile Learning Week 2017 in Paris, France, on 22 March 2017.
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Ally, Mohamed; Nasir, Zarmina; Abdulbaki, Anwar; Cheng, Ricky (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)A research project was carried out in using mobile learning to increase access to education. This project is contributing to the achievement of Goal 4 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) “inclusive and equitable ...
Ally, Mohamed (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2014-10)Mobile technology use has increased faster than that of any other technology in our history, and developing countries have the fastest growth rate of mobile technology acquisition. Mobile Web usage is expected to double ...
Onguko, Brown (2010-11)Among the sectors in which mobile phones have become very vital are banking, health management and education. In education, for example, as Houser, Thornton and Kluge (2002) have noted, mobile learning (i.e. learning with ...
Balaji, Venkataraman (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-01-05)Presented by Dr. V. Balaji at the 8th Global Communications Research Association in Bangalore, India, 5-7 January 2016.
Balaji, Venkataraman; Cheng, Ricky; Gruda, Michelle (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-02-24)Presented at Mobile Learning Week 2015, UNESCO (24 February 2015) held in Paris, France by Dr. Venkataraman Balaji (co-written with Mr. Ricky Cheng and Ms. Michelle Gruda), Commonwealth of Learning.