Some recently published primary research papers that help to inform mobile learning approaches and mobile learning policy:
- From the E-Learning Guild, their report on m-learning, published in August this year. More than half of respondents reported that their organisations are using m-learning, and there are a number of other trends that demonstrate the increasing relevance and importance of mobile learning.
- Two reports on mobile life and mobile youth, from the UK (via All about Mobile Life). From the Mobile Youth report: the survey of over 1,250 young people found that 51% of 10 year olds, and 70% of 11 year olds own a mobile phone (with the majority on pre-paid plans), with Nokia, Motorola, and Samsung the three most popular brands among young people (aged 11-17).
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