Mobile learning is a rapidly developing mode for teaching and learning to deliver content to learners. Additionally, mobile learning can aid both formal learning in traditional classrooms and informal settings outside classes. This paper explains how the mobility of learners can contribute to the process of acquiring knowledge, skills, and experiences, and further investigates how to design an effective model. This study also explores activities in which students can use mobile devices to facilitate their learning. Additionally, there are many factors that affect students’ learning outcomes. In this paper, researcher investigates how to design an effective socio-technical model by integrating cultural difference to maximize the benefits of mobile learning. The potential outcome of doing this research is a mobile learning success model, which includes different aspects of using mobile learning in higher education.
"Mobile Learning: Designing a Socio-Technical Model to Empower Learning in Higher Education,"
LUX: A Journal of Transdisciplinary Writing and Research from Claremont Graduate University:
1, Article 23.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/lux/vol2/iss1/23