Designed and user-generated activity in the mobile age

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Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Traxler, John; Pettit, John;
(2007)

The paper addresses the question of how to design for learning taking place on mobile and wireless devices. The authors argue that learning activity designers need to consider the characteristics of mobile learning; at the same time, it is vital to realise that learners... View more
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