From e-learning to m-learning
This project sets in place the first stage in the creation of a global provision of training on the wireless internet. It sets in place the first building block for the next generation of learning: the move from distance learning (d-Learning) and electronic learning (e-Learning) to mobile learning (m-Learning).
The project explores new technology for mobile learning. Today networks and equipment are developed that increase the flexibility of the learner to study independent of time and place. Laptops, smart phones and pocket PCs make it possible for students to study under circumstances and at places where study before was impossible.
The m-learning project have developed prototypes of courses for mobile learning and tried out different types of distance courses for different types of mobile equipment in different European contexts.
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NKI Nettstudier (Norway)
Ericsson Competence Solutions (Ireland)
Fernuniversitat in Hagen (Germany)
Distance Education International (Ireland)
University of Rome III (Italy)