Applications of Mobile Learning in Higher Education: An Empirical Study

Babita Gupta, Yangmo Koo

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As mobile devices' use among consumers accelerates at an exponential rate, there is a need to examine how these mobile devices can be used as effective learning tools and not just as a form of communication. In this paper, the authors use an empirical survey methodology to study various mobile learning tools that are currently available for use in higher education, their advantages and disadvantages in m-learning versus e-learning implementations, and to explore the current trends in m-learning.


  • E-Learning
  • Higher Education
  • M-Learning
  • Mobile Devices
  • Mobile Learning


  • Technology and Innovation
  • Higher Education

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