Mobile Education

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    Abstract

    Editors’ Note: This chapter explores the potential of mobile education
    within the context of elearning. Portable devices can help bring into education elements of physical mobility that do not exist as much in classroom settings, thus reconnecting with a more natural state of being. Wireless sensors, cloud computing, digital publishing, and educational interactivity offer new pedagogic models of m-learning via online reference tools, curriculum material, external research, and strategic learning. Interesting trends to watch include the eschoolbag, whereby digital textbooks replace all print-based content (as mandated for elementary schools in the Republic of Korea by 2014). Challenges also arise in schools of rural inclusion, protection against cheating and cyberbullying, and enforcement of appropriate behaviour.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGlobal Mobile
    Subtitle of host publicationApplications and Innovations for the Worldwide Mobile Ecosystem
    EditorsPeter A. Bruck, Madanmohan Rao
    Place of PublicationMedford, New Jersey
    PublisherInformation Today Inc
    Chapter10
    Pages197-212
    Number of pages16
    ISBN (Print)978-1-57387-462-5
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Mason, J. C. (2013). Mobile Education. In P. A. Bruck, & M. Rao (Eds.), Global Mobile: Applications and Innovations for the Worldwide Mobile Ecosystem (pp. 197-212). Medford, New Jersey: Information Today Inc.
    Mason, Jonathan Charles. / Mobile Education. Global Mobile: Applications and Innovations for the Worldwide Mobile Ecosystem. editor / Peter A. Bruck ; Madanmohan Rao. Medford, New Jersey : Information Today Inc, 2013. pp. 197-212
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    Mason JC. Mobile Education. In Bruck PA, Rao M, editors, Global Mobile: Applications and Innovations for the Worldwide Mobile Ecosystem. Medford, New Jersey: Information Today Inc. 2013. p. 197-212