The potential use of mobile technology: enhancing accessibility and communication in a blended learning course

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Mayisela, Tabisa;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Education Association of South Africa
  • Journal: South African Journal of Education (issn: 0256-0100, eissn: 2076-3433)
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  • Subject: Special aspects of education | computer access | Education (General) | blended learning course | collaboration | social networks | L7-991 | mobile technology | communication | LC8-6691
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

Mobile technology is increasingly being used to support blended learning beyond computer centres. It has been considered as a potential solution to the problem of a shortage of computers for accessing online learning materials (courseware) in a blended learning course. ... View more
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