Instructional Design Principles for Mobile Learning
With the exponential development of mobile devices and technologies, mobile learning has been in great use in higher education. This chapter will discuss the opportunities and challenges of mobile learning in higher education and review existing literature related to the design principles and frameworks for m-learning. Finally, this chapter will recommend comprehensive design principles with examples of mobile apps that closely applied the design principles.
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