The Case for M-Learning

The Case for M-Learning
technology
Christine Huang
  • 16 may 2008

Augmented Learning by Eric Klopfer is the latest full-scale argument in support of “m-learning”, or learning via mobile devices and applications rather than PC/desktop. In his study, Klopfer offers a history of education and pedagogical practices, “edutainment”, and mobile games, and also offers recent examples of different ways educational programs have been integrated with mobile technology, and to what effect. The book’s publisher, MIT Press, offers a brief synopsis of Klopfer’s findings regarding educational games:

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