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Using a mobile phone to support learning: experiences of engineering students in Libya

Posted on 13 Aug 2013 with 0 comments
Digital divide Equity ICT in education Learning environment Mobile learning

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This article presents findings from a case study carried out at two Libyan Universities and concerns engineering students’ experience and perceptions of using mobile phones to support their learning. The findings focus primarily on how students use their mobile phones to support learning. The article also provides an analysis of relationships between students’ demographic characteristics and access to technology, and use of mobile phones for learning.


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