Mobile seamless learning and its pedagogy
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- Seamless Learning in the Age of Mobile Connectivity, 2015, pp. 261 - 280
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© Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2015. Mobile connectivity enables learners to make connections across different contexts and across different learning experiences in the different contexts. This requires both ubiquity and seamlessness. However, both concepts need to be framed in relationship to a clearer understanding of what learning should entail. We will analyse relationships between ubiquity, seamlessness and learning in order to develop a view of seamless learning that addresses three issues: context, nature of learning and technological constellation. Building on the relationships that we propose between these three issues, we will discuss ways of framing pedagogy so that mobile seamless learning occurs.
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